Bailey Pegasus 554

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The Bailey Pegasus 554 offers caravanners an all-new layout, with a spacious rear bedroom boasting an island bed with en-suite end washroom. The spacious bathroom comes fitted with a fully-lined shower cubicle, a washbasin and a Thetford C250 toilet, while wardrobes either side of bed offer additional storage space to the overhead lockers in the main living area. At the front, the comfortable seating converts via a modular system to sleep two additional people, with a saloon double or various forms of twin singles available. The kitchen meanwhile is well equipped with everything needed to cook up a family feast, including a Spinflo four-burner gas hob, an oven with grill, a microwave, stainless steel sink and 115-litre fridge with removable freezer compartment.

A stylish single-axle tourer, the Pegasus 554 comes with upholstery in the 'Gemini' fabric, though two additional styles are available and a 'Bailey Twist' deep pile drop in carpet offers luxury beneath the feet. This caravan has a light and spacious feel, with two Heki rooflights and 12v internal lighting.

Built to last, the 554 uses Al-Ko's chassis and trailer stability control systems, while the Bailey Alu-Tech bodyshell comes with a ten-year integrity guarantee. Double glazed windows come as standard and an external barbeque point makes it a great caravan for summer touring. Inside, a 15" television and branded stereo system make it a perfect tourer to relax in too.

  • Berth: 4
  • MTPLM: 1,492 kg
  • Internal Headroom: 6'5"
  • Shipping Length: 23'7"
  • Awning Size: 1,039 cm
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      Update: This model is now only available as a used caravan

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ReviewsOverall Rating

Bailey Pegasus Ancona - 2011


The layout is perfect for us, and we can see ourselves in this van for a decade or more. Highlights for the van would defiantly be the space you get ...Read More

Bailey Pegasus 554 - 2011


The highlight so far is being able to go to bed without the hassle of making the bed up first and also no moaning from my husband that he does not fit...Read More

Bailey Pegasus 534 - 2010


We've had a few teething problems from new due to poor PDI checks, but I'd recommend it in any case. It's my third Bailey....Read More

Bailey Pegasus 534 - 2010


I've had a really brilliant experience with the Pegasus so far, it's been fantastic....Read More

Bailey Pegasus - 2010


This is a truly fantastic van in every sense but be warned - it's very, very big to tow. ...Read More

Bailey Pegasus 524 - 2010


Overall, we've been very happy with all the fixtures. ...Read More

Bailey Pegasus 554 - 2010


A stone dent has appeared on the nearside towards the front which is unfortunate - also there is a small issue with the folding bed. ...Read More

Bailey Pegasus 462 - 2010


A very good van, we've had no problems at all wit it. We've found it to be very well constructed and easy to tow, very happy with it....Read More

Bailey Pegasus 534 - 2010


Overall a good van, but it is let down by poor quality finishes and sub standard quality control....Read More

Bailey Pegasus 624 - 2010


I haven't been very impressed with the quality of finish on the fixtures and fittings....Read More

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Bailey of Bristol
South Liberty Lane
Bristol BS3 2SS
Tel 0117 305 2939
Web www.bailey-caravans.co.uk
Email helpline@bailey-caravans.co.uk

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