The Wolseley Nine was a car of the lower middle class brought out by Wolseley brought in 1934.
The car had a 4-cylinder engine with a capacity of 1,018 cc, overhead camshaft and liquid cooling. The cars were built on a chassis with a length of 2286 mm. The 4-door sedan design was 3645 mm long and 1397 mm wide. The curb weight of the vehicle when equipped with wire wheels was 876 kg.
The maximum speed the cars could reach was 95 km/h.