Bailey Ranger 460/2

Wednesday, 15, Aug 2012 10:42

Make & Model
Bailey Ranger 460/2
Year
2000
Overall
Every hol. is a treat; this is our first caravan and we love the sense of adventure. We are both tall people, but still have plenty of space! The only thing that has failed is the charging system; I now use a modern CTEK charger instead, which works just fine.
Space & Practicality
Viewed many layouts before choosing this one. We love the end washroom, particularly the spacious shower.
Quality & Reliability
Very good, apart from the trim around the shower opening does not fit in the corners.
Equipment & Comfort
Everything works really well. We always use the beds as two singles, so that when my wife gets up early, she does not disturb me too much.
Value for Money
Amazing second-hand price - all that you need for less than £4000 - and light in weight, so easy to tow.
Reviewed by TSmitheram
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