Bailey Pegasus GT65

Saturday, 07, Jan 2012 10:45

Launched in January 2013, the Bailey Pegasus GT65 is the third generation of the Pegasus range.

Named to mark the company's 65th anniversary, this range follows in the footsteps of the Bailey Ranger GT60 and Ranger GT50.

What's more, the Pegasus GT65 is the second Bailey range to feature the distinctive vertical skylight design, which was pioneered back in 2012 on the Bailey Unicorn Series II.

Other key features on-board this range include Whale underfloor-mounted heating, 14" Michelin tyres and a dual-fuel hob in the kitchen.

Layouts and bedrooms

This collection features five initial layouts, with more due to be added over the coming months and years.

Starting the range is the GT65 Genoa - a two-berth, end washroom layout that provides more than enough space for couples to tour in comfort.

Moving up the range and there are three different four-berth configurations to choose from, the first of which is the Verona.

This highly popular layout boasts a fixed double bed in the centre, as well as a full-width washroom in the rear.

Those looking for more space can opt for the Bologna layout, which is a twin-axle version of this same bedroom configuration.

An increasingly popular choice is available in the form of the Rimini - a four-berth caravan with fixed twin single beds in the centre.

And the range is completed with the six-berth family layout, which is called Ancona. This updated layout features two fixed bunk beds in the rear offside, a convertible double bunk dinette on the nearside and a convertible double in the front lounge.

Design and warranty

Bailey's signature Walnut woodgrain gives a sophisticated look to the interior, while two fabric designs are available - Catria and Amaro.

Curved overhead lockers add to the luxury feel, while sumptuous curtains and pleated blinds are fitted for added privacy.

As with every caravan in the Bailey collection, the Pegasus GT65 comes with a six-year bodyshell integrity guarantee and a three-year transferable manufacturer's warranty.

Those looking for added protection can opt to extend these by four and three years respectively as a cost extra.

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