The 2011 Unicorn range is Bailey’s third range of caravans to use the firm’s unique Alu-Tech construction system. This sees the caravan built of five main structural components – two sides, a rear panel, floor and a one-piece roof and front panel. The whole structure is held together with adhesive and bolted joints.

The system has been around since late 2009 and while the looks divide opinion, the ten-year body warranty does not. The bold exterior graphics and white gas locker door soften the clean exterior appearance of other models.

In typical Bailey fashion, the 2011 Unicorn Seville has a heap of Al-Ko safety and security kit as standard. The Secure wheel lock, ATC system and side-lift jack are all included. Along with a stabiliser and button-free handbrake. The Tracker system completes the set of security kit and the combination of all this ensures the Unicorn will be one of the cheapest vans in its class to insure.