The Morris Sixteen was a vehicle of the upper middle class introduced by Morris introduced in 1936 as a successor to the Oxford 6.

The Morris 16 had, like his predecessor, a side-valve six-cylinder in-line engine with a displacement of 2,062cc. All four wheels were suspended on semi-elliptic springs. The vehicles were available as four-door sedans. The total length of the cars was 4801 mm, the width was 1778 mm with the wheelbase being 2972 mm. The empty weight of the cars was 1435 kg.

The Sixteen was replaced by the Morris Eighteen which had a more powerful engine.