Bailey of Bristol has dropped all reference to its well-known Autograph range from the motorhome section of its website until the new range appears sometime next year.

Marketing director Simon Howard said, “We built the last of the current Autograph range some time ago, and the next generation is not due for launch until later next year. Consequently we have taken the decision to remove details of the range from the new motorhome pages for the time being.”

Anyone interested in checking on the details of the third generation Autographs, and on all other discontinued ranges, can still find information on the motorhome archive section of the site.

Bailey, which features in our best motorhome manufacturers guide, still has its five-model Adamo range on its site, as well as the three-model Alora range. The latter debuted at the October NEC Show last year and includes the Bailey Alora 69-4T, which appeared alongside Bailey’s first-ever campervan, the Endeavour at the Birmingham event.

Another British brand, Swift, recently announced it has launched its new two-model Trekker campervan range too. There has also been an update from the Caravan and Motorhome Club following the recent cyber attack.

Lead image: a 2020 Bailey Autograph 69-2

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