Nigel Donnelly

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BAILEY CARAVANS HAS announced the pricing for the new Olympus II models and a range-wide price rise on the rest of the portfolio.

The new Olympus II models start at £14795 for two-berth 460-2 and go up to £16795 for the twin-axle 620-6.

Prices for the Orion, Pegasus II and Unicorn ranges are lifted by 3% on average due to a rise in prices of raw materials and transport. For comparison, it puts £400 on the price of the Orion 400-2 and £600 on a Unicorn Barcelona.

BAILEY CARAVANS HAS announced the pricing for the new Olympus II models and a range-wide price rise on the rest of the portfolio.

 

The new Olympus II models start at £14795 for two-berth 460-2 and go up to £16795 for the twin-axle 620-6.

 

Prices for the Orion, Pegasus II and Unicorn ranges are lifted by 3% on average due to a rise in prices of raw materials and transport. For comparison, it puts £400 on the price of the Orion 400-2 and £600 on a Unicorn Barcelona.

 

The full price list for the whole Bailey line-up is reproduced below. It applies to any new caravan, with the exception of models in stock at dealer sites. According to Bailey, there is limited stock at dealers so buyers should contact dealers immediately to seal pre-rise pricing.

 

For details about the Olympus SII range, click here

 

Orion

400-2 - £12395

430-4 - £13495

440-4 - £13495

450-5 - £13495

 

Olympus II

460-2 - £14795

530-4 - £15695

540-5 - £15795

640-6 - £16795

 

Pegasus II

Genoa - £15995

Verona - £16985

Milan - £16895

Ancona - £17195

Bologna - £18595

 

Unicorn

Seville - £18595

Valencia - £19795

Madrid - £19795

Almeria - £19795

Barcelona - £21595

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