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Bailey Pageant prices pegged

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BAILEY is holding the retail prices of its new Pageant Series 7 range at current levels for a limited period.

The line-up features eight new models, including two new twin axle fixed bed layouts, the Loire and Limousin, as well as a re-vamped six berth Bretagne featuring Bailey's unique triple bunk bedroom arrangement. Each come with increased specification.

A spokesman said: “Under normal circumstances these product enhancements alone would necessitate a product price increase. When also considering increasing fuel and raw material prices as well as the effect of a strong Euro there are now substantial additional costs to bear.

”However through a combination of the efficiency savings which can only be generated by the UK's most advanced mechanised production facility and the benefits that a complete Series based re-design delivers, Bailey is able to bring this new range to market without the need to increase retail prices.”

Prices start at £11,995 including VAT for the entry-level model Monarch increasing to £13,995 for the top-of-the-range Limousin.

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