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    Austin A40 Somerset vehicle overview


    Austin A40 Somerset
    Manufacturer:BMC
    Production:1952-1954
    173,306
    Predecessor:Austin A40 Devon/Dorset
    Successor:Austin A40 Cambridge
    |midsize car
    Body styles:FR 4-door saloon
    FR 2-door convertible
    Engines:1.2 L I4

    See Austin A40 for other A40 models.

    The A40 Somerset was an automobile sold by the Austin Motor Company from 1952 through 1954. It replaced the A40 Devon and was quite similar to that body-on-frame car, including using the same 1.2 L straight-4 pushrod engine. The engine was updated to produce 42 hp (31 kW), however.

    The Somerset featured an updated "Transatlantic" body style designed for export and resembled the larger A70 Hereford. The Somerset was initially only a 4-door saloon, though a 3-passenger 2-door convertible model was also sold. Over 173,000 were sold before the Somerset was replaced by the A40 Cambridge in 1954.


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