As we’ve already seen, Series 2 of Bailey’s value range has had a few baubles added to its trousseau.

You needn’t fork out for the £400 Plus Pack that improved the spec of the first incarnation: the Al-Ko AKS hitch stabiliser, spare wheel, entrance-door flyscreen, microwave and radio/CD/MP3 player are now all part of the six-model range’s dowry.

A sunroof, formerly a £356 option, has also been thrown in. The Pursuit range has a fresh look, too: the grey sidewalls are replaced by the new ‘Polar White’ bodyshell, and aqua decals.

That single front window may say ‘budget’, but we like the uncluttered view that it affords.

The 560-5 is one of two family caravans in the range (the other is the six-berth 570-6), and it’s on a single-axle Al-Ko chassis with alloy wheels.

The layout comprises a rear washroom, offside fixed bunks opposite a single dinette and parallel sofas at the front.

It’s similar to the Bailey Pegasus Ancona, but where the Ancona has a tall fridge to the right of the door, the Pursuit has a dresser. That gives a much more open aspect as you step in.

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