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First look, September 2008
Pitching and setting up
Dark wood 'Bailey Teak' cabinetry and black sockets lend a touch of class, while the large rooflight and abundant spotlights help lift the interior. The upholstery in the photos is the optional 'Savoy' treatment, but the more traditional 'Hilton' fabric is standard.
The large plastic door is easier to keep clean than a shower curtain and is nice and solid. Alongside is the new Thetford C-250 toilet, while a sink plus toothbrush and towel holders complete the specification.
Fitted drop-in carpets keep your feet warm on a winter's morning, and the chunky washroom door adds to the homely feel.
There's really not much missing from this new Pageant. For buyers wanting to tour or rally in contemporary comfort, the Pageant Series 7 Monarch is perfect
- Bailey's new Pageant Series 7 range has only just been launched, but promises strong sales
- This is because despite the pinch of the credit crunch, the boys in Bristol have listened to their customers and responded
- At just shy of £12,000 for a two-berth caravan, it's not cheap.