Crouch was a British manufacturer of automobiles.
The company Crouch Cars Limited of Coventry began in 1912 with the production of automobiles. 1928 production ended.
The first model was called Carette. It was a tricycle, in which the individual wheel was back. The two-cylinder engine with 904 cc displacement initially was replaced in 1914 by an engine with 1018 cc capacity, which made 10 hp. Between 1914 and 1921 there was the Model 4 - Wheeler with four wheels, the two-cylinder engine from Coventry Climax with 1115 cc capacity was installed in the center of the vehicle. 1922 was followed by the 8/18 HP with front engine and 1248 cc capacity, which was offered until 1923. Only in 1924 there was the 10 HP, whose four-cylinder engine with 1197 cm ³ capacity came from Anzani. From 1923 there was the four-cylinder Model 12 HP with 1496 cc and 30 hp, and in 1926 the smaller four-cylinder model 11/27 HP 1368 cc.
A vehicle of this make is to visit Transport Museum in Coventry in Coventry.