Sarah Wakely

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Watch Gentleman Jack Bancroft’s world-exclusive video reviews of Bailey’s new Approach SE 740 and 760 here on this site. On our website home page, simply click on one of the three Bailey Motorhomes-badged areas to navigate through to our special, interactive Bailey reviews area.

Watch Gentleman Jack Bancroft’s world-exclusive video reviews of Bailey’s new Approach SE 740 and 760 here on this site.

 

On our website home page, simply click on one of the three Bailey Motorhomes-badged areas to navigate through to our special, interactive Bailey reviews area.

 

Here, you’ll find four videos: two of our Gentleman Jack reviewing the pair of new prototype models, a third featuring our full test team’s verdict, and a fourth showing the motorhome’s design and development.

 

To follow our report on the official trade and press launch recently, there’s also now the chance to read our live-in test verdict of both models in this special area of the site. Click on the ‘Practical Motorhome Reviews’ link below the menu buttons, and up pop our live-in test, chaptered reviews of both 'vans.

 

Want to see more pictures of both motorhomes? Click on the Image gallery tab. If you’d like to learn more about the design and development of the motorhomes, click on the ‘Road to Launch’ tab.

 

You can even find your nearest Bailey motorhome dealer and book a test drive here from the special, Bailey reviews area of the site. So what are you waiting for – go and take a look, and be sure to let us know what you think!

 

Don’t forget, our full exclusive live-in test review verdicts of the two prototypes will appear in the November issue of Practical Motorhome magazine in full, on sale from 28 September. And if you’d like to see the motorhomes in the flesh, head along to the Motorhome and Caravan Show at Birmingham’s NEC where they’ll be on show to the public for the first time, from 11-16 October.

 

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