The faithful and uprated 25/30 continued in production until 1926, though the first new model of the decade was the 3.8-litre 19/9 hp which was available until 1925. That year saw the arrival of the company's first six, the 18/50, which replaced the 25/30. Two years later its capacity was increased from 2.2 to 3.2 litres.
Further six-cylinder models followed, the 2-litre in 1928 and the 20.9 hp Super Six of 1931. A sign of the times, however, was the Ten of 1932, having a Coventry-Climax overhead inlet/side exhaust engine of 1100cc; three years later came the Regis range of smaller cars, a Ten and 1.5 litre six cyl. with engines also by Coventry-Climax.
They failed to put the company round, and private car production was stopped in 1937, though commercial vehicles produced up until 1956.