VIDEO: Bailey Caravans makes the 2013 Unicorn tougher with GRP
The Bailey Unicorn has a tougher exterior thanks to GRP
Monday, 06, Aug 2012 04:20
by Chris Jefferies
Bailey caravans have a reputation for durability, which was backed up recently by a photo of a Unicorn that had stood up remarkably well to having an oak tree fall on its roof.
Now the company claims to have made its flagship range even stronger by adding a GRP outer-skin, as well as moulded front and rear bumpers.
In this video, CaravanTimes sits down with Simon Howard, marketing director at Bailey, to find out how this material can help keep your caravan scratch and dent-free.
He explains that they worked with an American company to discover the ideal combination of materials - in fact some of them are also used on JCB diggers.
Prices in the Bailey Unicorn Series II range start at just £18,895 and MTPLM weights range from 1,350kg for the two-berth Seville layout, to 1,686kg for the twin-axle Unicorn Barcelona. For more details click here