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Pageant S7 Provence

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  • 2009 5 Single axle Touring 1275 1490 7.23 2.3 Yes Yes 5 Noseweight 4 Yes, I much prefer the looks to the Alutech vans. Comfort is good although I prefer my previous S5 Provence with L shaped seating. The amount of light coming from the roof lights plus large windows front and back make it feel very light and airy 4 It is very noseweight heavy. On delivery with no battery on board it was 107kg.<br /><br />Otherwise it is fine with ATC and Shock absorbers 5 None. We have had no problems at all with the van just routine servicing. 5 Yes, although a 5 berth there are only two of us, so we have the option of beds at either end, leave on made up and shut the rear one off during the day. Almost the perfect layout 80w solar panel and powertouch mover transferred from my previous van. 5 new Franchised dealer This was our 3rd Bailey from Reads in Blackburn. Martin actually sold us our first van in 1996 at a Chorley dealer. The service Dept is first class with Shane ringing me with our previous vna as it was going through battery chargers. He wanted to bring a rep from the manufactuer to test the van and chargers https://www.caravantalk.co.uk/community/uploads/monthly_08_2013/ccs-999-0-45693500-1375728604.jpg Yes

Build quality, internal space, and no problems whatsoever since buying new.

Twin high level brake lights.


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