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[column grid=”2″ span=”1″]The first year of production, 1913, sold only roadsters. Popularity increased
due to the public’s fancy for the wire wheels and inspite of the car looking like a
cyclecar instead of a small conventional automobile. Sales increased each
year to its peak year in 1916 totaling 27,800 units sold.
Production dropped rapidly after 1920 and by 1923 Saxon stopped production.