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Bailey announces price freeze on Alu-Tech product ranges

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Bailey of Bristol has enhanced its reputation for producing market leading value for money caravans by announcing a price freeze on its Pegasus and Olympus new season models. As a result the recommended retail prices for these products will remain unchanged from current levels (as at 1st March 2010 price list) going into the 2011 model year.
 
This decision is out-of-step with the other caravan manufacturers who have recently implemented price increases on their 2011 ranges, meaning Bailey products now look even better value in the current market place. This combined with the fact that the rate of VAT is also due increase from 17.5% to 20% at the end of this calendar year gives customers thinking of upgrading their existing model or making a first caravan purchase two compelling reasons to place their order early.
 
Bailey has also adopted the same value-orientated approach with the newly launched Unicorn range. Featuring the unique combination of the superior performance provided by an Alu-Tech body shell and a totally new level of interior quality and refinement, Unicorn is a Bailey caravan like no other. And yet all models in the range remain very competitively priced between £16,995 and £19,695 - proof that you can still find outstanding value for money from a Bailey caravan even at the top end of the market.
 
Understandably in the current economic climate these retail prices cannot be guaranteed indefinitely and this offer will be for a limited period only.
 
Availability for all models prior to Christmas is therefore likely to be strictly limited, particularly in light of the fact that the overall standing stock remains low. Anybody considering a new Bailey caravan is therefore advised to contact their local retailer as soon as possible to ensure that they do not miss out.
 
* Prices as at 1st September 2010 (Prices include VAT @ 17.5% and exclude a Retailer Delivery Charge of up to £495)
 

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