Bailey is a relative newcomer to the motorhome sector, but it entered the market with a bang, creating stylish and versatile motorhomes using its award-winning Alu-Tech construction technology.
The maker, who features in our guide to the best motorhome manufacturers, offers two ranges, Autograph and Adamo, that deliver 13 ‘vans.
Meanwhile, the five Adamo motorhomes range in price from £73,500 to £76,500, each offering ample space and belted seating for four. This range includes the Bailey Adamo 75-4T, a comfortable four-berth, that is a solid and stylish option, and the Bailey Adamo 60-4, a compact option which has plenty of appeal for couples.
Autographs feature Fiat Ducato cabs with Euro 6 compliant 2.2 Blue HDi 165bhp engines and slick six-speed manual gearboxes. Adamos utilise Ford’s excellent Transit cab and are powered by 160bhp 2.0-litre diesel engines with auto gearboxes.
In recent years, Bailey motorhomes have ventured to a number of extreme environments to test their build-quality and resilience. These include the sub-zero temperatures of the Arctic Circle and the extreme heat (and terrible roads) of the Sahara Desert. All the challenges were passed with flying colours, which means you can be confident in the durability of these stylish motorhomes.
In fact, every Bailey motorhome comes with a three-year habitation area warranty, six-year bodyshell integrity guarantee and three years’ manufacturer warranty, ensuring you’ll get many miles of trouble-free touring and memory-making.
Head to our Best of British: Manufacturers section to find out about the other leading names in the industry.
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