After living in the loan Bailey Autograph 75-4 for a week, what did we think of this motorhome, likes and dislikes, how did we get on with;

The French Bed, the large cupboards, the bathroom and what about the width?

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    • Bob Earnshaw
      Bob Earnshaw

      If your licence allows it, the Bailey Autograph 75-4 uprated to 3850kg . This can be arranged through a company called SV Tech. Here are their details if you need any further information: enquiries@svtech.co.uk / 01172 621800

      about 1 month ago
    • Martin Lowe
      Martin Lowe

      Hi BobI found your review of the Bailey Autograph 75 4 very interesting. I don't know if you or your subscribers would be interested but I own a 2018 Bailey Autograph 79 4T. I have owned the van for over a year now and have been to both France and Spain in the vehicle.If you or your subscribers are interested I am happy to do a written review of my van which you can review and publish if you think worthy. I have also spoke with a number of other Bailey Autograph owners on my travels and we all seemed to have suffered with similar faults. If there is anything specific you or your subscribers would like to know then drop me a line and will include things people want to know about.

      about 1 month ago
    • Bob Earnshaw
      Bob Earnshaw In reply to Martin Lowe

      It's an interesting idea, but we would prefer to stick to our own video reviews. Thanks anyway. Have you thought of sending something to a magazine or even to Bailey themselves? The other thought is Caravan and Motorhome Gossip, perhaps they would be interested in a guest blog?

      about 1 month ago
    • Michael Parsons
      Michael Parsons

      Love all your videos but this one was very special. Bedroom and shower scenes were so funny. Well done on a great review.

      about 1 month ago
    • Stew Chesman
      Stew Chesman

      Thoroughly enjoyed this tour with you. An open and honest review. A big thumbs up to you ;))

      about 1 month ago
    • Nigel
      Nigel

      The Loo should be where basin is. The basin (make it thin long rectangular shape, flush to wall) should be where loo is.

      about 1 month ago
    • Bob Earnshaw
      Bob Earnshaw In reply to Nigel

      Thanks, yes that might have been better.

      about 1 month ago
    • MR BLO
      MR BLO

      Loved the review guys. We have a 79-6 and find that the rear view mirror is great for keeping an eye on the kids!
      I am with Jenny on the fridge - it’s a great size and can chill two dozen beers in no time. Just don’t forget to turn it down or one needs to chisel the milk from the bottle.

      about 1 month ago
    • Bob Earnshaw
      Bob Earnshaw In reply to MR BLO

      It did get very cold, we managed to freeze the milk! Thanks for the feedback.

      about 1 month ago
    • Andrew Wills
      Andrew Wills

      Hello Bob, thanks for the review of the bailey 75-4. I would have liked to see how you managed to pack your silver screens, BBQ, outdoor furniture eg picnic table and chairs, and your awning, ie all the kit people take away on a real holiday, into the van. There really doesn’t seem to be a lot of large locker space for these sort of things as the van only has one external luggage locker.

      about 1 month ago
    • Bob Earnshaw
      Bob Earnshaw In reply to Andrew Wills

      +Andrew Wills Thanks for watching and for your comments. I did take everything you mentioned apart from bikes. Plus we took all the cushions for that front bed, so I really didn't think storage was an issue. Yes the payload is low and we were overweight by 40kg, due to having a full water tank. As I mentioned I would want to replate this motorhome to 3850kg, but that is not an option for many. Also a lot of 3500kg MTPLM motorhomes struggle for payload and it is a big problem for many without the correct C1 licence.

      about 1 month ago
    • Andrew Wills
      Andrew Wills In reply to Andrew Wills

      +Bob Earnshaw Hi Bob, yes I watched your previous video when you went to the weighbridge which showed how inadequate this van really is as you couldn't really carry all the stuff I listed in my previous post nor could you take any bikes. I really think this van is poor value for money and I think that people would be better off sourcing a used European van instead as they are generally built to be used for holidays rather than as a day-van as the bailey seems to be.

      about 1 month ago
    • Bob Earnshaw
      Bob Earnshaw In reply to Andrew Wills

      Did you watch the first video in the series? We loaded it up and took it to a weighbridge.

      about 1 month ago
    • richard n sarah g
      richard n sarah g

      Just seen your Buxton vlog,our relatives were in the van next to yours.
      Small world.Although the bailey was nice we don't think it's as homely as your swift,a bit clinical and not keen on the large locker doors,risk of everything falling out onto the cooker,Jenny spot on about the radiators next to the bed.
      Excellent vlogs

      about 1 month ago
    • Bob Earnshaw
      Bob Earnshaw In reply to richard n sarah g

      Thank you small world indeed.

      about 1 month ago
    • Barbara Metzler
      Barbara Metzler

      Good information that you both have brought to life. . .so much better than just reading a review. Thank you both for another professional video.

      about 1 month ago
    • Louise Smith
      Louise Smith

      Hi there a very useful and honest informative vlog as always. Glad to see Tara looking so good. Xx

      about 1 month ago
    • Beverley North
      Beverley North

      How have others found the build quality of Bailey MHs.
      I have visited dealers and looking at Baileys have found cupboards misaligned and screws and springs having fallen out.
      In one case even the dealer warned me off Bailey and advised to look at other brands.
      Are British built MHs not as good as German or Slovenian MHs.
      Is water ingress more of a problem with British built.
      I would like to support British manufacturers but my confidence has been somewhat eroded

      about 1 month ago
    • Bob Earnshaw
      Bob Earnshaw In reply to Beverley North

      I can only say that I have found the Baileys that we have owned and loaned about the same as other manufacturer's van's we have had.

      about 1 month ago
    • Ramsey Firefly
      Ramsey Firefly

      Great in depth review.
      Perhaps the leccy hook up extension was there from being at motorhome shows when they often plug the vans in?

      about 1 month ago
    • Bob Earnshaw
      Bob Earnshaw In reply to Ramsey Firefly

      That's what I thought.

      about 1 month ago
    • Poshcats Camping
      Poshcats Camping

      Excellent review and what a good van this one turned out to be. I personally couldn’t live with the corner washroom having had our end washroom for 2 years. That said I think Bailey have done a good job with the layout as it is. I question the level of specification as it lacks the finer touches. It’s a pity but I don’t think Bailey want to be in the high end of the market. You didn’t mention price but I would expect this van to be in the order of £55,000 to 60,000 new. Thanks for a very informative series 👍🏻😄 Trev

      about 1 month ago
    • michael hodges
      michael hodges

      I can’t understand why people take so much stuff with them

      about 1 month ago
    • michael hodges
      michael hodges

      Usual faults I come across

      about 1 month ago
    • Simon Worsley
      Simon Worsley

      I spy heated toilet paper! Nice! 😀

      about 1 month ago
    • Kev Andrews
      Kev Andrews

      Hi bob and Jenny a very good honest review don't seem many cons at all do u think if u were to change your van in the future u would consider a 8ft wide motorhome and possibly a double bed fixed bed spot on review cheers kev

      about 1 month ago
    • Bob Earnshaw
      Bob Earnshaw In reply to Kev Andrews

      Yes, it would be something we'd consider.

      about 1 month ago
    • Graham Tyrer
      Graham Tyrer

      Another great video with a balanced view, I think we still preferred the Baily with the two single beds.

      about 1 month ago
    • Tony Martin
      Tony Martin

      Great video , great feed back , glad you liked it 😀 top marks for Bailey and some great pointers for improvement,
      I vote you get a A class to try now thanks again Bob Jenny

      about 1 month ago
    • Gail H
      Gail H

      Thanks Bob and Jenny- very good series 👍

      about 1 month ago
    • Knaus Kampers
      Knaus Kampers

      Very informative video Bob & Jen, totally spot on.

      about 1 month ago
    • Tracy & Simon's Adventures
      Tracy & Simon's Adventures

      Hi Bob and Jenny, see if Bailey would lend you a Autograph 79-4T, would love to hear your thoughts on it 😀

      about 1 month ago
    • Motorhome Fun
      Motorhome Fun

      That's two bailey reviews now. Can't say I've been impressed by either motorhomes . In my opinion they are miles behind other makes. Can't see you selling your swift anytime soon especially for a Bailey.

      about 1 month ago
    • Covered in Paint
      Covered in Paint

      A good, comprehensive review. I've rally enjoyed this series too. Thanks Bob and Jenny.

      about 1 month ago
    • Bob Earnshaw
      Bob Earnshaw In reply to Covered in Paint

      Thanks for watching.

      about 1 month ago
    • Penfold Smith
      Penfold Smith

      Nice review...Just missed the price off....Circa £57k plus about £850 for a media pack (whatever that is, perhaps the sat tv?)

      about 1 month ago
    • Bob Earnshaw
      Bob Earnshaw In reply to Penfold Smith

      We've seen all different prices on Dealers website from £51k upwards. Is the media pack you mention a dealer's pack as I don't think Bailey don't do options apart from bedding.

      about 1 month ago
    • steve halling
      steve halling

      Really enjoyed the 75-4 tour, as always really enjoyed all the videos of the tour. Great review of the 75-4 its a great van my major concern would be the payload, I would like to take more than a pair of socks and pants with me on tour 😀. I agree with you about the open lockers and the bathroom but apart from that it looks like a very good easy to live with motorhome. Looking forward to the next tour 😏

      about 1 month ago
    • Bob Earnshaw
      Bob Earnshaw In reply to steve halling

      +steve halling The Bailey, much easier to work with.

      about 1 month ago
    • steve halling
      steve halling In reply to steve halling

      +Bob Earnshaw thanks Bob, but were stuck on 3.5 tonnes 😭 by the way which would you say has the better kitchen , the swift or the bailey?

      about 1 month ago
    • Bob Earnshaw
      Bob Earnshaw In reply to steve halling

      If your licence allows it, it can be replated for 3850kg max weight.

      about 1 month ago
    • Andrew Terry
      Andrew Terry

      i would have the 75/2 autograph iam glad you liked it

      about 1 month ago
    • Doug Colman
      Doug Colman

      Great review and have enjoyed all your videos, the sat nav in our Autotrail is exactly the same designed for cars and put in Motorhomes it must be a cost saving.

      about 1 month ago
    • Derek T
      Derek T

      Being trapped in a bed would be the deal breaker. Great review but the question you should have asked yourself is would I px my Swift for this particular Bailey.

      about 1 month ago
    • Bob Earnshaw
      Bob Earnshaw In reply to Derek T

      We're still pondering that one, it's certainly a lot cheaper than an equivalent Bessacarr, similar levels of equipment.

      about 1 month ago
    • Steve’s tube channel Bolton
      Steve’s tube channel Bolton

      Front mudflaps should be standard fit, I put some on my Bailey and it makes a big difference stopping the mud and dirt on those side bits behind the front doors... only about £30 genuine Peugeot

      about 1 month ago
    • Bob Earnshaw
      Bob Earnshaw In reply to Steve’s tube channel Bolton

      Yes, I have mud flaps on mine.

      about 1 month ago