Bailey as well as providing caravans are now starting to become a serious player in the motorhome market with their Alu-Tech body construction which contains no wood and gives the motorhomes a 10 year warranty. Below is a video review from Practical Motorhome on the Bailey Approach 740SE which is a low profile coach built motorhome. The drawbacks of the low profile means you get no additional sleeping space over the drivers cab. However the benefits are that you get improved fuel consumption and improved stability when driving from side winds.
As the review states the motorhome is technically referred to as a 4 berth, however there are no rear seat belts so unless another vehicle is following its only really a two birth. With this particular layout the lounge is at the front of the 740SE which you could invite people round for a meal and seat up to six. In the centre of the motorhome is the kitchen, and quite a large one at that. There is a large sink and food preparation area. There is also a practical four burner hob, grill, oven and microwave. Another impressive feature of the kitchen is the large fridge/freezer which should keep the owners well stocked up over their trip.
At the rear of the Bailey Approach 740SE motorhome is the fixed double bed and the bathroom. You also have a slide across curtain to provide some privacy. The bathroom is quite thin and long, however you still get the separate shower cubicle and a good bit of storage.
Other motorhome manufacturers are also now looking to change their construction techniques and use less wood, however Bailey is offering a good alternative with their Alu-Tech construction.
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