Bailey Unicorn Cabrera

Wednesday, 21, Nov 2012 11:55

Make & Model
Bailey Unicorn Cabrera
Year
2012
Overall
All good - only real comment would be the direction in which the door opens out makes sourcing a suitable porch awning difficult as it is likely to half cover the battery access cover and or the bathroom window...end up having to look for a much larger awning that covers all the way from Door over a bedroom window.
Space & Practicality
The center table to us was a was of waste of space in a previous C'van - this way you have more space for overnight guests. Ignore comments on space about no storage room under the sink - its just down to planning and packing better. Love the way the shower and WC can be separate rooms or made into one. Gives excellent privacy if guests are on board and great for separating rooms if one of us goes to bed to sleep and the other stays up watching TV.
Quality & Reliability
We had one issue with the Aldi heating system program when it was accidently put into frost mode - had to take it back as info was not in the instruction. This has all been sorted and 'training' given to Hubby to make she he does not set it wrong again...
Equipment & Comfort
Just Love it! The lighting in side is great, the heating is nice and warm and the decor looks great. Loving it - this one will see us through for many years
Value for Money
Not cheap but gave us want we wanted and needed overall.
Reviewed by Louise
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