Very different! what do others think?
In a word Hideous, looks very flimsy inside too as usual, still we'll have a look at lawns and see if it looks any better in the flesh!
The main "improvements" seem to be a bigger front centre window,Baileys answer to Swift and Coachman,gas locker on the side, and GRP used on the sides,appearance will be to personal taste,not mine, and no island bed layout,strange that given that they were only launched at the last NEC show in October last year.
A few things i first noticed were the cheap and flimpsy looking sink in the bathroom,the electrical sockets fittings behind and at sink level, the use of a button handbrake ( i thought the idea of a lever type was the handbrake was always fully on and easier to release?) and the fitting of the jockey wheel on the outside of the A frame makes the front look low cost?
And what no led's in the grab handles anymore?
The fitting of the gas locker above the wheel will eat into low level cupboard space ?
Had another look and they have copied the Coachman front bed system,pulling the slats out from the side,having read the worrying times post below,this doesn't seem to me to be the answer,GRP sides were on Abbeys 10years ago,side gas bottles were on Avondales years ago,almost loks to me like Bailey are admitting the original Unicorns were not thought through properly,and they have seen what other manufacturers were doing and copied them. Nothing very original in the new Unicorns and the prices must have been set to offer either deep discounts or high trade ins surely?
Not exactly a variety of layouts. All have end bathrooms.
Two mains electric powerpoints directly next to the kitchen sink doesn't look good to me
For more details check out my review of the Unicorn Madrid 2 - some more pix - must admit the Belfast sink was a good feature in washrooms, shame its been replaced really by a more conventional design- Review on www.caravanblogger.com
Oh dear what have Bailey done
The beautiful swan has been turned into an ugly duckling
From the photos I am not sure about the appearence and will wait till I have actually seen one. The load allowance looks minimal but the weight saving has to be commended. The chassis is now 1500 rather than 1600 kg so |I hope it is up to the job. All in it looks a good effort but I think I would need the load allowance increased as it looks less than my wifes wardrobe.
Load allowance would totally rule it out for our use. Weight savings are being achieved by reducing MTPLM but this is often at the expense of payload so it's a false saving. You the user are the ones being squeezed.