The Bailey Of Bristol All New 8ft Alicanto Grande

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The Bailey Of Bristol All New 8ft Alicanto Grande

Friday, 19, Jul 2019 04:27

By William Coleman

Today myself and the rest of the CaravanTimes team had the pleasure of attending Bailey's 2020 product launch in Swindon where we saw the brand new Alicanto Grande range.

I have just gotten out of the car and couldn't wait to share this video with you guys. As you can see the new Alicanto Grande range has been designed from the ground up to give a fresh new caravan to the UK market.

From a fresh new colour screen all the way to a larger kitchen and bedroom the range really is impressive.

Over the weekend I will be writing up a full break down of the range so in the meantime do enjoy an exclusive look at 2020's newest Bailey models.

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