The Wolseley 11/22 was an automobile of the lower middle class produced by Wolseley in 1925.
Like it's predecessor, the cars had a 4-cylinder engine with a 1261 cc capacity and water cooling, but instead of the overhead camshaft, overhead valves with rocker arms were used. Cars came on a chassis with a length of 2464 mm. The bodies were 3,683 mm long and 1,575 mm wide. The car weighed 864 kg.
In 1929, the production has was terminated. Only in 1936/1937 was a successor produced.