The last Bullnose Morris was made in 1926 but its successor, called the Flatnose, retained many features including the 11.9 hp engine. The later 13.9 hp Oxford ceased production in 1929. The Cowley continued through to 1934 and the short lived Twelve-Four model, produced only in 1935, was in reality a Cowley by another name. There was also a Cowley-Six with a six cylinder engine.
In 1932, the Cowley gained a rear-mounted petrol tank, hydraulic brakes and Magna-type wire wheels.
The body and radiator design were also new. Although no longer reaching the 50,000 sales per year of the Cowley's heyday, output for 1932 model was still a respectable 25,000, making it the best selling Morris model of that year.