Used Caravans South Wales Valleys – Bailey Caravans
It’s easy to see why caravanning is such a big attraction to over 1.7 million Britons around the country, because of the freedom, choices and flexibility it can give you on your break. Cheap holidays are getting harder to find, so it’s no surprise that caravanning is grabbing more and more attention in the national media for being a cost effective option when it comes to a break from the daily grind. If you are looking for Used Caravans South Wales Valleys please visit our site.
When you are caravanning, there really are no limits on where you can go, so long as there’s a road in between and a campsite (or just a field) at the end of your journey. Regardless of where you want to go in the country, you’ll find lots of options, all for a fraction of the price per night of a hotel and flights.
If you are looking to break away from work & to create memories with friends and family then contact Baileys Caravans today to find the perfect caravan in the South Wales Valleys. Visit our website on Used Caravans South Wales Valleys or call us on 01792 64 33 26
Whether you’re touring for fun with friends or family a caravan lets you take everything at your own pace. You can sit back while you disconnect from the rat race running around you. Take it easy, sit back and soak up every little bit of freedom that a caravan can offer you.
When it comes to purchasing a caravan, you can come to quite a decision since a caravan is a big investment to make. There are so many conflicting sources of information, so who’s advice can you take? Baileys has provided you with a brief but informative buying guide on both used and new caravans so you are able to make an informed decision when it comes to purchasing your caravan.
Purchasing a caravan – Used or New?
If you’re thinking about buying a caravan, you’ll find plenty of choices at dealers like Baileys caravans in the South Wales Valleys, but one of the first decisions you will have to settle before making this investment is whether to go for a new or used caravan. It’s important to be clear on what you want before you start, and there are a number of advantages and drawbacks to both types.
Here are a few pointers in this informative buying guide to help you make up your mind.
Purchasing a second-hand caravan offers a number of advantages, the key one being the lower asking price. There are some great bargains to be had with previously owned caravans, and you will be able to have a better spec model for the same money than you would with a brand new one, whether that’s with a bigger caravan or a smaller caravan with more useful features.
If you are still indecisive of whether caravanning is for you then keeping to a strict budget and limiting your investment can also be a good idea if you haven’t owned a caravan before, and are still not sure whether it’s quite right for you.
At the same time, all vehicles, caravans and motorhomes will start to depreciate in value from the moment they are first bought. With a second-hand caravan, this tends to decrease slower than with brand new caravans.
Given the very wide choice of quality caravans out there, finding a second-hand caravan that’s ideal for your family’s needs should be a very straightforward affair since there is a rich market for used caravans.
If you’re buying used as your first caravan, try and view the caravan with someone who knows a bit about caravanning and gets it checked over thoroughly before you commit. This brings up one of the biggest gripes with buying used since you could be dealing with a private seller. We would always recommend you to enquire with a licensed dealer of used caravans since you are assured a warranty/guarantee unless disclosed otherwise.
Warranties on new caravans can often be better than on their second-hand equivalents. Some manufacturers, for example, offer up to a decade-long body-shell warranty.
When buying a new caravan, you’ll find a good choice of layouts and specs, while also benefitting from the latest materials and construction techniques aimed at reducing the caravan’s weight and water tightness. You may also find that heating and electricity are used more efficiently with newer caravans since technology is more advanced
As a caravan’s first owner, you often have the choice to custom-build your caravan’s layout to your own requirements giving you a truly custom space that you have built from the ground up.
If you are going to opt for a new caravan then you need to consider a few things with the design, layout and scheme of the unit. There are lots of things to consider when determining the build of your caravan.
– Overall budget
– Size/capacity of your towing vehicle.
– Number of people to sleep.
– The desire for space invading utilities: shower, toilet, kitchen etc.
– The desire for space invading appliances: TV, cooking appliances for example.
– Fuel economy normally – the smaller, reduce and lighter your caravan, the better for your towing car or truck fuel economy.
– Ease of towing.
– Storage requirements.
Like when building anything from the ground up, there is always a compromise. This is more apparent with a caravan build since your requirements are going to directly affect the outcome of your new caravan. It is advisable to work out what you can’t change or manage (like the minimum quantity of beds), as it’ll quickly form the best compromise of size, budget and usability so that you end up with your ideal caravan.
If you are trying to find used caravans in the South Wales Valleys area then Baileys Caravans is your provider. If you are interested in purchasing a new or used caravan then please visit our website on Used Caravans South Wales Valleys or call us on 01792 64 33 26 to speak to an expert member of your team!
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