Singer New Vogue
1966-1970, 47655 produced.
Saloon,4 doors,4 seats
Estate,4 doors,4 seats
An up-market Singer joined the new Rootes "Arrow range" in 1966, the "new" Vogue. The Vogue used a 1725cc four cylinder engine which developed around 80bhp and could be mated to a choice of manual, manual-overdrive or automatic transmission. Other mechanical items included MacPherson front suspension and an optional brake servo.
The Singer Vogue came with a choice of saloon or estate bodies, all well finished and trimmed to the usual Singer standard. Production of the Singer Vogue continued until 1970 when the marque was quietly discontinued following the Rootes take-over by Chrysler .
80 bhp @ 5000 rpm
0 - 50 mph - 11.9 secs
Standing Q - m - 21.4 secs
Fuel Consumption - 24 mpg
Max Speed - 84.9 mph
|1725cc||S4 OHV||Hillman S4 OHV||81.5mm x 82.55mm||9.2|
|Drivetrain||Steering||Front Suspension||Rear Suspension|
|Top Speed||0-60||SQM||MPG||Engine Pwr||Comment|
|85 mph||24 mpg|
|Description||Auctioneer||Date||Hammer Price||Hammer Price
|802||Singer Vogue Estate (1967)||Cheffins||6 Apr 2002||£100.00||-|
|234||Singer Vogue (1966)||RTS Auctions Ltd||20 Jun 1999||£1675.00||-|
|215||Singer Vogue (1968)||RTS Auctions Ltd||17 Sep 1995||£90.00||-|
|008||Singer Vogue (1969)||ADT||24 Jul 1995||£725.00||-|
Buyers Datafile. Hillman Super Minx
|Publication||Practical Classics February 2001|
|Buyers Datafile. Hillman Super Minx, Singer Vogue, Humber Sceptre. Super Minxes. They’re Minxes, only bigger. Russ Smith finds what this Rootes range has to offer.|