Bailey Ranger 640/2

Tuesday, 10, Jul 2012 02:05

Make & Model
Bailey Ranger 640/2
Year
2004
Overall
I had always liked the look of the Ranger and Bailey was a good make so I thought but not any more we have had more problems with this van than all the other vans we have ever owned,we have had cracks in the front panels above the window,cracks in the back panel at the top and also had to have a new front window fitted all these faults were design faults which baileys new about just after manufacture but were never put right, the van is now in good condition having had to spend a small fortune to get these faults repaired so I am not happy with Baileys as a company.
Space & Practicality
The layout is just right for us that was one of the reasons we bought it.
Quality & Reliability
Everything ok apart from the cracks in front and back panels and large front window.
Equipment & Comfort
The van is not too bad but the seats are a little uncomfortable but it tows well.
Value for Money
We bought it second hand and it came with many extras.
Reviewed by IanMain936
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