Bai­ley Pur­suit

The Bris­tol-based brand’s en­try level line-up is of­fered as a spe­cial edi­tion range by two lead­ing deal­er­ships

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COM­PARED with Swift Group’s om­nipres­ence in the dealer spe­cial edi­tions mar­ket (see pages 70 and 73), Bai­ley is a rel­a­tive min­now, with only two deal­er­ships of­fer­ing en­hanced ver­sions of the Bris­tol-based brand’s en­try-level line-up. Pur­suit com­prises six mod­els for 2018, of­fer­ing ac­com­mo­da­tion for cou­ples, and fam­i­lies of up to six. Five Pur­suits carry fixed beds, ei­ther twin sin­gles, bunks or a French bed. All mod­els ride on Al-ko chas­sis, with AKS hitch sta­bilis­ers, and all have sin­gle axles. Bai­ley’s pro­pri­etary Alu-tech sys­tem brings the ben­e­fit of tim­ber­less bodyshell frame con­struc­tion, al­lied with in­ter­nal and ex­ter­nal GRP skins for ro­bust­ness. Prices for Bai­ley Pur­suit vans range from £15,099 to £16,999. Ba­sic spec­i­fi­ca­tion Liv­ing quar­ters have blinds and fly­screens to all win­dows, drop-in car­pets and Ozio sofa bases. LED light­ing is fit­ted through­out, while space and water heat­ing is pro­vided by Truma’s Combi sys­tem with ducted blown air. Stan­dard kitchen spec­i­fi­ca­tion in­cludes a com­bi­na­tion oven and grill, three-burner gas hob, mi­crowave oven and 103-litre dual-fuel fridge. Wash­rooms have lined shower cu­bi­cles and Eco­camel shower heads.

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