This caravan is an important arrival for Bailey, a manufacturer once known for its top-notch family caravans, but whose focus on multi-berth models has slipped in recent years.

The 570-6 is its first six-berth since the demise of the Pegasus GT65, and the first ever for its Pursuit line.

Unlike the majority of Bailey caravans, the 570-6 has its washroom in the centre (on the offside) rather than to the rear. Facing it is the kitchen, with the lounge up front and a pair of bunk beds plus a dinette at the rear.

The message couldn’t be clearer: kids live at the back of the van, while the front is the place where mum and dad can relax.

The Pursuit utilises Bailey’s Alu-Tech construction system and looks familiar, albeit now in white rather than the grey of the first-generation model – it’s less distinctive, but likely to appeal to a wider audience.

The big news is that what you see is what you get: there’s no options pack to get a door flyscreen, stereo, microwave, alloys, spare wheel or hitch stabiliser. Even the front sunroof is fitted as standard.

Aside from the dealer delivery charge – in Bailey’s case a strong £565 – there’s nothing more to pay unless you want one of the few options, such as a wheel lock (£225), ATC (£425) or an iNet upgrade for the Truma Combi 4E heating system (£275).

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