Bailey Pe­ga­sus GT70 range

Alas­tair Cle­ments pro­files the six mod­els that com­prise this new spe­cial edi­tion range

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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

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