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Bailey unveils new range of high-spec caravans — the Alicanto Grande


Bailey today unveils a new range of eight-foot-wide caravans, the Alicanto range. The new collection of three models becomes Bailey’s flagship range, with a specification level above this manufacturer’s Unicorn range.

Alicanto models have fridges with double-hinged doors that can be opened from either the left of the right, deep pile carpets and curved corner backrests with removable headrests.

There are three layouts. The Alicanto Grande Sintra has a transverse island bed and rear shower room. This model’s MTPLM is 1624 kg. Its overall length is 7.38 m.

The Alicanto Grande Estoril has twin beds and a rear shower room. Its MTPLM is 1596 kg and its overall length is 7.38 m. The price of both the Grande Sintra and the Grande Porto is £28,499.

Bailey’s twin-axle Alicanto Grande Porto has a rear island bed and central shower-toilet rooms. Its MTPLM is 1779 kg; its overall length is 7.86 m. The price of the Porto is £29,999

All three models are 2.45 m wide. These models have L-shaped kitchens, plus a raft of aesthetic features which mark this new range of caravans out as at the premium end of the market.

Black alloy wheels, mirror-fronted corner lockers, dark chrome locker handles, chrome detailing on the kitchen splash-backs, and a new-style vertical central front skylight with lighting set into the surround. Seating upholstery is sprung. Alicanto fabrics are cream with a light-reflecting weave pattern.

The fridge-freezer in all three models is the 153-litre Dometic model which first appeared on the British caravan market for 2019 ranges, in the Coachman Laser range.

Alicanto models share with the Unicorn range equipment including Alde heating, the Al-Ko ATC automatic stability control system, Al-Ko Secure wheel locks, the Tracker Monitor Thatcham Category 7 approved Stolen Vehicle Recovery System, Tracker PIR-activated intruder alarm with a tilt sensor and key-fob operation and the TyrePal tyre pressure monitoring system.

An external satellite connection point, an external mains socket and gas barbecue point are also part of the Alicanto equipment list.


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