The Wolseley 16 was a car with four-cylinder engine that Wolseley brought out in 1906.
They had a four-block engine with a 3335cc capacity and lateral vertical valves (sv). The power output was 18 bhp (13.3 kW) at 1,000rpm.
There were two chassis, one being 2362 mm and the other 2489 mm.
There were several bodies.
In 1911 the 16 was replaced with the Wolseley 16/20 .