Bailey Approach SE

The Approach SE broke new ground for Bailey of Bristol in 2011
The Approach SE broke new ground for Bailey of Bristol in 2011

Wednesday, 24, Jul 2013 02:58

Launched in 2011, the Approach SE was the first motorhome range to be built by Bailey of Bristol.

Built using the company's patented Alu-Tech construction method these motorhomes made a big impact when they were first unveiled.

Driven by a 2.2-litre Peugeot engine and built on an Al-Ko AMC chassis, the Approach SE offers high user payloads throughout the range.

What's more, a six-speed manual gearbox, ABS and cruise control makes this an easy-to-drive option, particularly for first-time motorhomers.

Driver comfort is assured, thanks to the fully adjustable seats and cab air conditioning, while on-board safety equipment includes driver and passenger airbags.

Creature comforts

Moving to the habitation area, Bailey has fitted Italian-style furniture with a rich Walnut woodgrain finish, alongside Vivaldi soft furnishings.

In the kitchen area, Approach SE owners get a Dometic 8-Series refrigerator, a 700W mivrowave oven, Thetford anti-rattle oven and a four-burner hob.

Meanwhile in the washroom all the showers feature a bi-fold door, Eco-camel showerhead and fully-lined cubicles, as well as a deep Belfast-style sink.

Finally, for added peace of mind, all Bailey Motorhomes come with a six-year bodyshell integrity guarantee for added peace of mind.

For more details, news, rumour and discussions on the Bailey Approach SE, join our community group for Bailey Caravan Owners.

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Contact Details

Address
Bailey of Bristol
South Liberty Lane
Bristol BS3 2SS
Tel 0117 305 2939
Web www.baileyofbristol.co.uk
Email helpline@bailey-caravans.co.uk

Other Information

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Layouts

  • Approach SE 620
  • Approach SE 625
  • Approach SE 740
  • Approach SE 745
  • Approach SE 760

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