Life for a mid-market caravan can’t be easy. The entry-level range is always popular because it’s cheap, while the flagship line is desirable for its luxury features, and the middle models can be a bit forgotten. Bailey is attempting to tackle that mid-market malaise head-on with its all-new Pegasus. The seven-model range boasts three new layouts, headed by the twin-axle Palermo. 

The most obvious change is that, like the Unicorn, the Pegasus now has bright Polar White sidewalls in place of the GT65’s drab Magnolia, set off by fresh new graphics featuring Bailey’s ‘flying B’ and smoother, simpler front and rear bumpers in ABS plastic. It’s a big improvement.