The Approach SE was the first motorhome to be built by Bailey of Bristol back in 2011
Tuesday, 23, Jul 2013 04:56
With a rich heritage in building touring caravans, Bailey of Bristol turned their expertise to creating coachbuilt motorhomes in 2011.
The company's debut range, the Bailey Approach SE, was unveiled to much critical acclaim, with many praising the clever use of Bailey's patented Alu-Tech construction method.
Featuring 6'5" internal headroom, this model also boasts a classic-style Bailey Walnut furniture finish and a whole host of practical features.
Key on-board specification includes a Truma Combi boiler, a 100-litre fresh water tank and a Thetford four-burner hob.
Built on an Al-Ko AMC chassis, this model also features a 2.2-litre Peugeot engine, which generates an ample 130bhp of power, delivered through a six-speed manual gearbox.
The success of the Approach SE was such that Bailey was able to build 1,000 models in just over 18 months.
Keen to keep refining their motorhomes, Bailey replaced the Approach SE with the Approach Autograph in July 2013.
Featuring a striking exterior colourscheme, this model's modern looks include a graphite cab and polar white flanks.
Key specification upgrades include Alde central heating and an opening sunroof, for added comfort and airflow.
What's more, this range is available in two unique layouts that are not widely available from other manufacturers.
And for added peace of mind, the Bailey Approach Autograph comes backed up by a six-year bodyshell integrity guarantee as standard.
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