Bonham was founded in 1898, by Robert Bonham, in Redditch, Worcestershire, UK. The company started out as a bicycle maker, which then developed to make motorcycles by 1907. Of course, anyone would, joining the ease of a bicycle with the internal combustion engine was just the first step in Robert's search for speed. In 1911, he started developing a motor car, which was finished right before WW1 broke out. After the war, Bonham invested on making 2 and 4 wheeled motor vehicles.
By the late 1920s, the production of cars far outweighed the production of bikes, making up 2/3s of the revenue of the company. Being in a region of the country that didn't suffer as much from the air strikes in WW2, Bonham was able to quickly get back on its feet soon after the war ended.
The company is known for its blend of innovative solutions, luxury and performance. Bonham aims to cater for the more demanding buyer, who seeks more than a simple run-around.
The biggest seller of the range is the small executive saloon, the Bonham Chaucer, which is widely known for its blend of good handling, elegant styling and outstanding passenger comfort.
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