The New Bailey Discovery- Dare To Be Different

Loading the player ...

Bailey Introduce Their Newest Lightweight Addition

The New Bailey Discovery- Dare To Be Different

Bailey Introduce Their Newest Lightweight Addition
Bailey Introduce Their Newest Lightweight Addition

Friday, 02, Aug 2019 03:23

By William Coleman

Following the announcement of their luxury 8ft Alicanto Grande range Bailey have now announced their all new Discovery range. Bailey want you to dare to be different with the newest most compact caravan.

After announcing the high end 8ft van Bailey decided it was time to head in the opposite direction and focus their attention to entry level caravan, and dare we say new breed of compact lightweight caravan for everyone.

The Discovery range has been designed for first time buyers and newcomers to the industry that may not have £30+K to splash on a van. With these new 3 models being extremely lightweight it will remove some licence restrictions for younger drivers and they will also cater to a much larger range of tow vehicles. Which should bring a lot more people to the caravan world.

Once thing Simon Howard of Bailey wanted to stress is that the Discovery is very much a caravan in the same vein of the Phoenix or Unicorn, they are just a smaller version. The models will feature everything you'd expect from a larger caravan and is not just a crossover camper.

On board you will find a full spec kitchen with a Thetford Triplex oven and grill with a 3 ring burner, 103 litre Dometic fridge and all the soft plush furniture fittings you'd expect from a Bailey product. They have fully managed to blend compact and comfort with this fab little tourer.

The newest, and possibly most intriguing feature in this range is the curved wrap around design. Each van features this as well as a totally new shape and design to really make it stand out from its bigger brothers and sisters. The curve shape is aerodynamic and will help with towing habits as well as better fuel consumption for your tow vehicle.

The body of the Discovery has a striking duo tone Alu-Tech shell in 'Polar White' and a 'Slate Grey' GRP skin. Inside you will find the Truma Combi programmable heating system.

The exterior is actually really smart and I particularly like the slate grey alloy wheels and signature Bailey full length Skylight.

The 3 new models are the D4-2, D4-3 and the D4-4. Each coming with their own respective layout to suit different holiday needs.

The Discovery D4-2

This model is the classic 2 berth with an end washroom and parallel front bed lounge.The length is coming in at 12ft 9" with a width of 7ft 4". The MTPLM is coming in at 955kg and will have an RRP of £16,199.

The Discovery D4-3

This is your 3 berth option which features a totally new layout not seen before in any van. On board you will find a lounges at each end of the van with kitchen and washroom in the centre. Each end of the van features your fold out double bed.

The MTPLM is a little higher on this model, 1082kg and has a length of 14ft 4" with a width of 7ft 4". RRP £16.999.

The Discovery D4-4

The D4-4 is the largest of the 3 models and has the largest MTPLM, 1206kg. This 4 berth has a french island bed with the double fold out in the lounge. It also features a transverse end washroom and central kitchen.

The length of this one is 17ft 9" with a 7ft 4" width. RRP £17,999.

Bailey have produced this video of the Discovery for you to feast your eyes on. We hope you enjoy.

To find out more about the range you can have a read on ob Bailey's website, Click Here.

Related stories

Has The Boris Factor Boosted The Caravan Industry

Has Bo Jo started a boom

The current Prime Minister is a lot like Marmite, you either love him or hate him. But has Boris Johnson had a profound and positive effect on the world or caravanning? One leisure industry chairman seems to think so.

Bailey 2020 Product Launch- The All New Alicanto

We get hands on with the new Alicanto from Bailey

Bailey have topped themselves once again as they introduce an all new 8ft caravan that goes by the name of "Alicanto". We got to spend the day looking at the vans and even have a specification video that we can share with you to give you more of an insight into what you will find aboard the new 8ft'er

The Bailey Of Bristol All New 8ft Alicanto Grande

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

Lunar Caravan Reportedly Go Into Administration

Some sad news regarding a much loved manufacturer

In some unfortunate and sad news it has been reported that the Preston based caravan manufacturers Lunar have gone into administration, but all may not be lost as they seek to find a buyer to keep the doors open.

Is The Worlds First Long Distance Electric Motorhome Coming?

Will the future of motorhomes be electric

Fossil fuel is slowly but surely becoming a dirty word around the world and everywhere you look renewable and recyclable products are replacing old environmentally damaging ones. Now that the electric car is rising to power will we see the electric motorhome that's up to the task?

Adria 2020 Product Launch And New Lightweight Vans

We take a look at the new 2020 stock

Over the next few weeks all the major leisure vehicle manufacturers will be showing off their new 2020 stock at exclusive product launches across the UK where press, dealers and industry leaders get to have a sneak peak. One of the season's first was the Adria launch which took place on the 4th of July and here's what's new from the Solvenian manufacturers.

The New Bailey Discovery- Dare To Be Different

Bailey Introduce Their Newest Lightweight Addition

Following the announcement of their luxury 8ft Alicanto Grande range Bailey have now announced their all new Discovery range. Bailey want you to dare to be different with the newest most compact caravan.

Bailey 2020 Product Launch- The All New Alicanto

We get hands on with the new Alicanto from Bailey

Bailey have topped themselves once again as they introduce an all new 8ft caravan that goes by the name of "Alicanto". We got to spend the day looking at the vans and even have a specification video that we can share with you to give you more of an insight into what you will find aboard the new 8ft'er

The Bailey Of Bristol All New 8ft Alicanto Grande

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

Video Results- Caravan And Motorhome Club Motorhome Design Awards

Bailey took home a top award at the CAMC Awards this year

Last week we brought you the results of the Caravan And Motorhome Club Motorhome Design Awards that were held at the National Motorbike Museum in Birmingham. We were there to film to event and speak with the winners of each award. So here are the winners and their thoughts on taking home the gold.

Benimar Tessoro Part 1: The 483 Full Test

The Tessoro 483 is built on a 170BHP Ford

At CaravanTimes we recently had a Benimar Tessoro 483 on test for a couple of weeks. We have done just over 2000 miles in the Tessoro and tested in various ways - as you will find out in our inspiration features coming up. But before we give you some ideas of where and why you should use a motorhome like the Tessoro we wanted to bring some information on the Tessoro range and the very interesting 483.

Bristanbul Video Documentary Part 1

Part one of the documentary is here

So as most of our readers will know, the CaravanTimes team were lucky enough to be part of Bailey of Bristols, Bristol to the Bosphoros trip. Travelling 21 countries in 21 days the team did a fantastic job to take the 2 caravans and motorhome cross-continental.

In pictures: testing the new Auto-Trail V-Line Sport 635 to the extreme

Caravan Times' Favourite Adventure Couple, Simon & Faye, CHeck out the new Autotrail V-line

This weekend however, we decided to test out how sporty the Auto-Trail V-Line Sport 635 really is.

PLANS VETOED: Essex caravan park plans vetoed again

Possible site location at Port Flair

Plans for a 70 pitch caravan park in Essex have been rejected by the local council for a second time.