Bailey launched its new Alora range at the October NEC Show (17-22 October).
The three-model range all come on a Ford chassis and include three and four berth options. Each one is a motorhome under 7 metres, with a length of 6.99m and a width of 2.12m, so should be relatively easy to drive and shouldn’t present too many difficulties when parking up. They also have an MTPLM of 3500kg, a MiRO of 3000kg and a payload of 500kg.
The two three-berth options are the 69-4I and the 69-4T.
The 69-4I comes with a longitudinal island bed , while the latter provides two twin longitudinal single beds. Both have an OTR price of £74,499, offer four travel seats, a central washroom and kitchen, and an end garage.
The last model in the range is the 69-4S. A transverse double bed can be found at the rear of the ‘van, while the parallel seating up front can be made into a double bed. Its OTR price is £74,499, with the option of an upgrade to an automatic gearbox.
The Aloras all provide striking exteriors, thanks to the monochrome graphics, streamlined interfaces and a new ‘Glacier White’ and ‘Dove Grey’ body shell.
Bailey wasn’t the only brand to be displaying new models at the October NEC Show, with Coachman launching its new A-class Travel Master Imperial 845. Auto-Trail also unveiled its new four-model Excel range, as well as the Expedition 670 Flex.
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