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Author: PaulW2

Location: Bucks

PostPosted: Tue Sep 13, 2011 8:26 pm    Post subject:  

Also, the rear lounge of the 760 seem to have no place where one can put a cup of coffee/glass of wine down, whether in lounge or bed configuration?

All the others - Elddis, Bessacarr, Swift - have this as well as space for a TV.

Author: stewartwebr

Location: Scotland Edinburgh

PostPosted: Tue Sep 13, 2011 11:53 pm    Post subject:  

To add my 2p worth. They look a bit dated, on the outside they look like the budget type van like the Swift Escape or the Elddis. On the inside they also look very last year IMHO. The fabric looks very much like the stuff used by Swift 3 or 4 seasons ago.

The price will be the huge factor. I really don't think many motorhome owners will give a hoot about there new Alu frame.

I will not be buying for sure!

Stewart

Author: duxdeluxe PostPosted: Wed Sep 14, 2011 12:59 am    Post subject:  

I'm undecided. The graphics have eliminated some of the dated/conservative looks but they don't seem to offer that much apart from the Alutech construction giving better payloads it would seem. If they can sell enough new ones, the apparently leakproof build will certainly hold up secondhand values. Not sure about the interior either

As previous posts - price will determine most things.

Author: Mickyblueyes

Location: Sunny Yorkshire

PostPosted: Sun Sep 25, 2011 5:34 pm    Post subject:  

Just noticed on Beck's Motorhome's web site that they have put prices to these now.

2012 BAILEY APPROACH SE 760 - 44,995

2012 BAILEY APPROACH SE 740 - 42,995

2012 BAILEY APPROACH SE 620 - 41,500

All can be seen on their stock list page which includes a few different pics;

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Author: Ozzyjohn

Location: Shropshire

PostPosted: Sun Sep 25, 2011 6:54 pm    Post subject:  

Prices are shown, but with the following caveat:

"Please note that the price quoted is approximate and has not as yet been confirmed"

Regards,
John

Author: Mickyblueyes

Location: Sunny Yorkshire

PostPosted: Sun Sep 25, 2011 6:58 pm    Post subject:  

Ozzyjohn wrote:
Prices are shown, but with the following caveat:

"Please note that the price quoted is approximate and has not as yet been confirmed"

Regards,
John


Yup agree, but they are unlikely to be 'un-educated guesswork'

Wink

Author: Stanner

Location: Cambs

PostPosted: Sun Sep 25, 2011 7:42 pm    Post subject:  

Saw a Bailey "Concept" low profile van on the A.421 at Finmere near Buckingham tonight - it must have been one of the test vehicles.

I got the Bailey brochure through in the post last week and was puzzled to see that Bailey have become the most recent members of the "4 berth, but only 2 traveling seats" club.

What is the point? Rolling Eyes

Author: Nethernut

Location: NE Scotland

PostPosted: Sun Sep 25, 2011 7:55 pm    Post subject:  

Stanner wrote:
I got the Bailey brochure through in the post last week and was puzzled to see that Bailey have become the most recent members of the "4 berth, but only 2 traveling seats" club.

What is the point? Rolling Eyes


Agree - how can a motorhome be 4 berths if only 2 people can travel in it. Why not say 2 berth. It seems to be mainly Brit manufacturers who quote in this way. Shame that they haven't got a real 4 berth amongst them.

Author: Nethernut

Location: NE Scotland

PostPosted: Wed Oct 26, 2011 2:28 pm    Post subject:  

Well have just seen that Bailey have obviously listened and are bringing out a true 4 berth on February, the 765 I think, same as the 760 but with a half dinette at the front.
Would like to see one in the fresh as we owned a couple of their caravans which were well built and after sales was superb.

Nethernut wrote:
Stanner wrote:
I got the Bailey brochure through in the post last week and was puzzled to see that Bailey have become the most recent members of the "4 berth, but only 2 traveling seats" club.

What is the point? Rolling Eyes


Agree - how can a motorhome be 4 berths if only 2 people can travel in it. Why not say 2 berth. It seems to be mainly Brit manufacturers who quote in this way. Shame that they haven't got a real 4 berth amongst them.

Author: stevec195

Location: Rugby

PostPosted: Wed Oct 26, 2011 5:17 pm    Post subject:  

Has anyone heard about the problems Bailey are supposedly having with the width of their motorhomes. A dealer I was talking to at the NEC was saying that they are having trouble getting them approved for use on UK roads, because they are 2.42 metres wide. I would be very interested to see if anyone else had heard this?????



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