The Stoewer Greif Junior is a car (named after the city coat of arms manufacturing town Szczecin) of the middle classmade by Stoewer between 1935 and 1939, as the successor of the R 180.
The model was produced about 900 times with a completely new, more elegant body design.
The front wheels were hung on a two transverse leaf-springs. The rear wheels were mounted on a pendulum swing axis with a transverse leaf-spring. The vehicle had an air-cooled four-cylinder OHV boxer engine mounted up front. The cars were fitted with a four-speed gearbox, driving the rear wheels.