More relaxing than ever before
Inside the new Autograph, the décor has been expertly refined with new cabinetry featuring a ‘Mendip Ash’ finish to create a clean and contemporary look. Premium quality fixtures and fittings in a brushed steel finish are standard throughout the kitchen, bathroom and living areas, while an overhead locker system with split level storage makes it simple to keep essential items stored away but within easy reach.
In the kitchen area a new basalt stone finish ‘self-healing’ worktop adds a sophisticated yet practical touch, while new kitchen units with heavy duty drawers optimise the space to make cooking and food preparation easier. A new Thetford Duplex combined oven and grill, along with a dual-fuel hob with electric hotplate and three gas burners give users true flexibility to cook up a real feast. A new stainless steel square kitchen sink with swan-neck mixer tap makes light work of the washing up.
As you’d expect in a motorhome of this quality, Bailey has fitted the Alde radiator heating system as standard and by working closely with the manufacturer we’ve enhanced its performance still further to make it the most effective to date. New look washrooms now contain a single piece fully sealed shower cubicle with a concertina partition door, along with a pedestal hand basin with ceramic ball mixer tap.
Just like the kitchen and washroom, the living area has been redesigned to add even more comfort. For the first time ever in a motorhome, we’ve included the DreamSleep soft furnishing system. Featuring a domestic style cushion construction, with multi-layered base cushions and shaped back rests, it is built using breathable fabrics and a solid foam core to providing customers something much more akin to what they would find in the lounge of their own home. Add to this the fact that the cushions are lighter than those manufactured in a conventional manner and form part of an innovative bed-make up system you begin to see why ‘DreamSleep’ represents such a major step forward in soft furnishing design.
To ensure these stunning new motorhomes look every bit as good by night as by day Bailey has introduced new 12 voltage lighting, ambient lights and low-level task lighting bringing users more control than ever before, while a new Truma 100-watt solar panel provides a constant source of electricity to keep everything running smoothly.
Customers can create their own individual look for their Autograph, choosing either Berkeley or Grosvenor soft furnishings with two scatter cushions. Both styles come with matching window panels and roman blinds to create an integrated look that makes any model a real home from home.
More safety, more choice
There are many safety features which come as standard with Bailey motorhomes, but what sets them apart from the competition are those incorporated following the pioneering Bailey crash test research at the Millbrook Proving Ground. These learnings not only reassure customers that all eventualities have been considered, but they also led to the development of ergonomically shaped rear designated travel seats for increased safety and comfort.
Discerning motorhome users can choose to personalise their Autograph thanks to a range of new optional extras, including 15” or 16” graphite alloy wheels (model specific), leather upholstery and all-new factory fitted media packs including Waeco reversing cameras and screens.
The All New Bailey Autograph range is now at Dinmore Leisure. The 75-2 has a rear double bed with corner washroom and seperate shower. It has 2 seat belts and has Alde central heating. This model has the media pack (Waeco reversing camera & screen, Status 550 directional...2
A Peugeot Euro 6 cab, with Al-Ko AMC chassis with twin rear beds and a central kitchen and washroom with spacious front lounge. The model shown has alloy wheels, Grosveor Leather fabric upgrade, Media Pack Plus:Branded 6.5” touch-screen head unit with motorhome specific satellite navigation, Waeco reversing camera, Status 550 telescopic directional...4