Bailey Pegasus Verona

Thursday, 11, Aug 2011 01:48

Make & Model
Bailey Pegasus Verona
Year
2011
Overall
Having just come back to caravanning after a spell motorhoming I am just so pleased at how stable this van tows compared with the Elddis Typhoon we used to own which was dreadfull to tow on motorways
Space & Practicality
Yes we gave the layout a lot of thought and it is ideal for a couple that very occasionally have a grand daughter in tow
Quality & Reliability
We have done 10 nights away now and nothing has fallen off or failed to work properly
Equipment & Comfort
Two long seats to stretch out on, a comfy fixed bed and a shower big enough to use
Value for Money
When we picked it up it just needed a waste water container and two gas bottles to go away with. I think some of the kit was courtesy of Campbells of Preston
Reviewed by Alan Smith
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