Bailey Olympus II 620-6

Wednesday, 18, Jul 2012 03:47

Make & Model
Bailey Olympus II 620-6
Year
2012
Overall
Easy to tow, and so comfortable just a pleasure to have.
Space & Practicality
Well thought out van and loads of space, home from home.
Quality & Reliability
No problems as yet, and mega light weight for its size.
Equipment & Comfort
Fantastic van, no complaints at all, great sound system.
Value for Money
Well worth it we got two grand off asking price as well, can't say enough about it. And the new breaking system is in a class of its own also the light weight alu tech body is amazing we tow it with a Tiguan and it's no problem.
Reviewed by Dominic.cafferty
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