Bailey Pegasus GT65 Verona 2013 review
Internal layout, quality of fittings, clean lines, Michelin tyres, water and space heater, triple insulation, fly screens and blinds on all windows and door, external and internal locker space, spacious practical bathroon, excellent shower, tons of overhead storage, beautiful wood finish internals, three piece carpet set, "whale" touch screen control panel, ATC stabiliser.
Awning channel full of mastic preventing awning from being attached - had to spend two hours removing, nothing else at all.
Would you recommend it?
Style & comfort
Do you like the way it looks?
With the 'skylight' front window it has an imposing line and this has turned out to be far more than a gimmick. A quality appearance that we're delighted with.
Is it comfortable?
I sleep far better in the front double bed (so easy to make up with the slide out slat frame) than I do in my King size bed with mattress topper at home! The drawer unit with slide out table is perfect for us both to sit around for meals and the front shelf holds the TV perfectly.
Ease of towing
Is it easy to tow?
I have the 143 BHP turbo diesel SEAT Exeo ST and it's no problem even on the steepest hill, however, even with the ATC feature I don't find it to be as stable (snaking) as my old Sprite Major RL (circa 1982) with coiled spring stabiliser and Vauxhall Cavalier SRi.
Reliability & water ingress
Anything to look out for?
awning rail full of mastic.
Does it meet your holiday needs?
Superbly, so much so that we're planning to take it on an extended six month tour of Spain this winter.
More powerful Whale submersible pump (we both like daily showers), Go2 movers, Ventura Pacific 250 awning
Did you buy it new or used?
Where did you buy it?
What was the seller like?
Absolutely outstanding, really couldn't do enough to help. I'd most certainly recommend them.
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