Bailey Pageant Series 7 Burgundy

Friday, 16, Dec 2011 09:55

Having been around for over 20 years, the Pageant is one of Bailey's staple caravans. The four-berth single axle Burgundy model provides a spacious, well-designed tourer that is perfect for small families. With a comfortable, fixed nearside double to the rear, which ideal for parents, in addition to the twin singles or a convertible double that transforms from the front living area, sleeping arrangements are well thought out. An en-suite washroom in the rear bedroom, meanwhile, provides a Thetford C250 toilet and a shower unit as well as a washbasin. The offside kitchen area comes with everything a family could need, including a four-ring Spinflo hob, oven with grill, microwave and large 115-litre fridge and a recessed sink with ceramic mixer tap.

The Bailey Pageant Series 7 has been designed in a sleek and sophisticated way and the Burgundy is a perfect example of this. Featuring high grade Belgian upholstery, there are two patterns available, with the 'Hilton' as standard and the 'Savoy' an optional alternative while the classy 'Bailey Teak' furniture complements the scheme well.

Constructed upon an Al-Ko chassis, the Pageant Series 7 boasts a Truma 3002 3kw heater with an additional 230v Ultraheat system. Rooflights help make this a light and bright tourer while a mounted extractor keeps the caravan fresh. Television quality is guaranteed by a telescopic Status 530 aerial while the sound system plays radio, CDs and MP3s.

  • Berth: 4
  • MTPLM: 1,445 kg
  • Internal Headroom: 6'3"
  • Shipping Length: 23'7"
  • Awning Size: 1008 cm

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Update: This model is now only available as a used caravan

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ReviewsOverall Rating

Bailey Pageant Moselle - 2005


Highlights - washroom, excellent storage, tows well Lowlights - small bunks, washroom door, making up the double bed can be a bit of a puzzle...Read More

Bailey Pageant - 1998


No problems, updated a few things like status aerial and fire....Read More

Bailey Pageant Sancerre - 2010


Lighter than some of the other models we looked at from different manufacturers with the same layout, although not quite as well finished as some othe...Read More

Bailey Pageant Mozelle - 2005


Really happy with this caravan - it's a good family van for young kids. ...Read More

Bailey Pageant - 2000


My advise to future owners is to check for damp - use a damp meter to get accurate reading and find patches of damp where you might not be able to see...Read More

Bailey Pageant Moselle - 1999


The L-shaped lounge is super, it suits our needs very well. The end bathroom has been a real winner, overall considering its age, the van has lasted w...Read More

Bailey Pageant Provence Series 5 - 2006


Utterly happy with this van. The l shaped lounge is a good layout and it's great to be able to shut off the rear of the van for privacy....Read More

Bailey Pageant - 2004


I'd highly recommend future owners of this van to get a motor mover - it's a must have....Read More

Bailey Pageant Series 5 - 2005


A solid caravan, and excellent value for money considering what else was available at the time....Read More

Bailey Pageant Moselle - 1997


There are age cracks in the fibreglass outershell on the front and back. Water ingress occurs through the door where the gas bottle connects when it r...Read More

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Bristol BS3 2SS
Tel 0117 305 2939
Web www.bailey-caravans.co.uk
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