Bailey Pegasus GT70 range
Alastair Clements profiles the six models that comprise this new special edition range
We assess the other five models in this competitvely priced line-up
Unlike the 2018 Unicorn, the Bailey Pegasus GT70 is a mid-life refresh for the brand’s mid-market range, timed to coincide with the firm’s 70th anniversary. Although there are no new layouts, the slow-selling Modena – an unusual floorplan with a short lounge and a fixed nearside double – has been dropped to leave six models.
There have been no changes to the basic design of the Pegasus, but there are styling and spec bumps across the board, both inside and out. Fresh graphics take their cue from the new Unicorn, and are set off by satin silver-effect, raised badging and some very smart graphite, five-spoke alloy wheels. Yet it’s not all style and no substance: Al-ko’s ATC stability control is now standard, along with a 100W solar panel and a Bailey wheel lock.
Inside, the overall feel is more upmarket thanks to two-tone cabinetwork, brighter fabrics and pale worktops, plus an improved surround for the full-height front window.
Three GT70S carry bunk beds, like this Palermo
All GT70S smart all and wheel
Loose-fit deep pile carpets feel great under-foot