Bailey

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by BobT, Jan 28, 2012.

  1. BobT

    BobT Trader - Tour Operator

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    Does anyone have any experience of the new Bailey motorhomes?
     
  2. motorhomelover

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    Looks like this motor home is not too popular
    sorry i only keep up to date with the RV scene

    euro vans all seam much of the same same
    light flimsy and expensive with little power :Doh:
     
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  3. jhorsf

    jhorsf Read Only Funster

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    The body construction method is very new how the panels are fastened together this newness would put me off
     
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    and R/V's are just the same,but over powered and thirsty,thats why they never move off the drives.
    8/10 to the gallon:Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    From what I have seen so far, am dubious of this manner of construction. It appears to work on caravans but motorhomes not sure.

    From what I have seen I do not like the width of the caravan bit to the cab end seems over wide, making vision without very wide mirrors on the cab a possible blind spot.

    I would sooner someone else be the guinea pig.
     
  6. Terry

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    I think they offer a 10yr ingress G/TEE so they must be confident
    terry
     
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    son in law has a baily caravan, not quite the same I know, but hes pleased with it so far seems fairly well made to me, nothings fallen off yet
     
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    checked the larger van out today with thought of poss change[although its the smaller 620 that will suit me best,this was not available] does seem like very good value with the technical side, payload,tow weight ect. alko chassis does make for easy acces without need for electric step. lowline does look a bit odd and square,not the best looker in town but i allso have wonders about being the one to test for bailey. forgot to ask options on fitting awning on new body.caravans with alutec have a special fitting !!
    in balance spec for price what to compere with ???
     
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    We are currently waiting to hear about the date for a test drive at a dealers in Albrighton! - they said it would be Feb 2012 when we applied.
     
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