Bailey Pageant Moselle

Friday, 14, Feb 2014 01:56

Make & Model
Bailey Pageant Moselle
Year
2005
Overall
Highlights - washroom, excellent storage, tows well Lowlights - small bunks, washroom door, making up the double bed can be a bit of a puzzle
Space & Practicality
The layout is good for young families, but don't buy if your children are approaching teen years as the bunk beds are fairly short and narrow compared with others
Quality & Reliability
Excellent quality inside the van. Nothing ever broke and the beds where very comfy, but it sprung quite a large leak.
Equipment & Comfort
Fantastic washroom, but watch out for the door as it opens out and obstructs the main doorway. This became a problem with four of us using the van.
Value for Money
Nice van, tows well. Shame about the niggles but would recommend overall
Reviewed by janrosier
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