Following the instant success of the recently launched Senator California, Bailey of Bristol will be introducing the new Pageant Sancerre to its model line up.

Following the instant success of the recently launched Senator California, Bailey of Bristol will be introducing the new Pageant Sancerre to its model line up.

The first caravan of its kind on the market, the California has received universal approval from the discerning caravan buyer and already heads this years top sellers list. Featuring a layout that comprises a rear nearside fixed bed complemented by an en suite transverse end washroom (including a fully lined separate shower cubicle), a U-shaped front saloon and well equipped central kitchen – all on a single axle – this model really does offer the best of everything.

Bailey has therefore reacted promptly to the surge in customer demand for this caravan by replicating the same layout in the Pageant Series 7 range.

Cloaked in a 5.6m x 2.3m (18’5” x 7’6”) body shell the Pageant Sancerre strikes the perfect balance between interior space and exterior practicality and with an estimated MPTLM of 1450kg it will allow a wider range of tow vehicle owners to consider this layout option.

As with all Pageant models the Sancerre includes, uniquely for a mid-market caravan, the AL-KO ATC Trailer Control System as standard which in conjunction with the AL-KO AKS stabiliser making it one of the safest caravans on the road. Whilst Italian styled furniture and Belgian fabric soft furnishings combine with a five star equipment list, including a new 115 litre Dometic refrigerator, a microwave oven and a branded stereo Radio/CD/MP3 player with iPod connectivity, to give Pageant the ultimate blend of style and comfort… Caravan News : Bailey introduce Pageant Sancerre following instant success of the recently lanched Senator California


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