Bailey Pegasus

The eight model range boasts contemporary styling
The eight model range boasts contemporary styling

Friday, 16, Jul 2010 12:22

Bailey of Bristol launched their groundbreaking Bailey Pegasus range in 2009, designed to be weatherproof, durable, aerodynamic and stylish. Now, for 2016, they introduce the Pegasus 4.

The all new Pegasus 4 range offers an impressive seven models, including exciting updates for Bailey's best selling Verona, Rimini and Genoa models, whilst four brand new layouts are available for 2016, with prices starting at £16,999.

Firstly, with Bailey concentrating on a family-oriented theme, a revamped single-axle Ancona and a twin-axle Palermo will feature as part of the new Pegasus 4 range.

The five berth Ancona, featuring a front lounge area with the capacity to sleep two, is light and spacious throughout, even from within the kitchen area due to the new large kitchen window providing enhanced light into the centre of the caravan. Slightly further down towards the rear a dinette, which also converts into sleeping quarters is situated opposite twin bunks, whilst a rear washroom spreads across the entire width. For more on lengths weight and price for the Ancona, click here.

Focusing on family once again, the five berth Pegasus Palermo sticks to a similar layout, with front lounge, central kitchen and dinette with further sleeping options and rear washroom, only slightly longer in length. Click here to find out more.

Meanwhile, the more compact four berth Pegasus Modena - similar to a smaller version of the Verona and more of which can be discovered here - features a front lounge, central kitchen and comfortable fixed double bed, with a transverse washroom at the rear.

A transverse island double bed comes by way of the all-new four berth Pegasus Brindisi, also towards the rear and next to the end washroom.

Touching upon the successful Unicorn range, the all-new Pegasus range comes complete with a polar white body shell and family-style graphics scheme, which is sure to appeal to all.

Protection from the elements comes by way of Bailey of Bristol's standard GRP on the outer shell, which comes with a six year body shell integral guarantee, whilst a signature front picture window should allow for an abundance of light throughout.

Moving inside, Bailey has painstakingly strived to impress with a quality feel, moving the fourth generation Pegasus towards the higher end of the mid-market, providing for a high-class feel owing to features including top-quality woodwork in a 'Mendip Ash' finish, dual finish lockers with gloss polished clips and much more.

Inside the living area, a dream-sleep domestic style seating arrangement means that comfort is assured, whilst remaining easy to adapt into a front bedroom.

Thanks to Bailey's Alu-Tech construction system doubled with a fully specified Truma system with digital control, the Pegasus is certainly a caravan for all seasons, providing year round comfort and enjoyment for whoever or wherever you are.

If it's a secure caravan you're after, Bailey seems to have that covered too. Safety and security measures which come as standard include: an AL-KO AKS 3004 Stabiliser, WSL Individually Laser Balanced wheels fitted with 'Security' tyres and anti-tamper WSL Safety Bolts, Wwind down floor mounted spare wheel carrier and spare wheel (steel spare wheel), concealed security data chip within caravan construction, smoke alarm, carbon monoxide alarm and, new for 2016, high security one key operation throughout, as well as CRiS identity number anti tamper labels attached to windows and inside gas locker.

For more details on each model within the bailey Pegasus 4 range, select a model in the option menu to the right.

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ReviewsOverall Rating

Bailey Pegasus Ancona - 2011

The layout is perfect for us, and we can see ourselves in this van for a decade or more. Highlights for the van would defiantly be the space you get ...Read More

Bailey Pegasus 554 - 2011

The highlight so far is being able to go to bed without the hassle of making the bed up first and also no moaning from my husband that he does not fit...Read More

Bailey Pegasus 534 - 2010

We've had a few teething problems from new due to poor PDI checks, but I'd recommend it in any case. It's my third Bailey....Read More

Bailey Pegasus 534 - 2010

I've had a really brilliant experience with the Pegasus so far, it's been fantastic....Read More

Bailey Pegasus - 2010

This is a truly fantastic van in every sense but be warned - it's very, very big to tow. ...Read More

Bailey Pegasus 524 - 2010

Overall, we've been very happy with all the fixtures. ...Read More

Bailey Pegasus 554 - 2010

A stone dent has appeared on the nearside towards the front which is unfortunate - also there is a small issue with the folding bed. ...Read More

Bailey Pegasus 462 - 2010

A very good van, we've had no problems at all wit it. We've found it to be very well constructed and easy to tow, very happy with it....Read More

Bailey Pegasus 534 - 2010

Overall a good van, but it is let down by poor quality finishes and sub standard quality control....Read More

Bailey Pegasus 624 - 2010

I haven't been very impressed with the quality of finish on the fixtures and fittings....Read More

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Bailey of Bristol
South Liberty Lane
Bristol BS3 2SS
Tel 0117 305 2939

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