The Ten Sports was a car produced by Crossley between 1932 and 1933. It is unknown how many were made.

The Ten used a 1122cc Coventry-Climax engine and was fitted with twin carburettors on the sports model. The engine produced 40bhp. The engine featured overhead inlet valves and a side exhaust. The engine was connected to a Moss four speed gearbox via a single plate clutch.

The chassis was 8ft and had semi-elliptical springs all round. There were Bendix cable-operated brakes on all four wheels.

The car could reach speeds of 65mph (105kmh).

The tourer cost £350 when new and the saloon cost £385.