The Combo, from German car maker Opel, is a small, lightweight commercial vehicle.
The first series was created simply by adding a cargo compartment to the front section of an Opel Corsa. The series that entered production in 2001 was a classic multispace van with a cargo compartment that followed on smoothly from the passenger compartment. As a result, this was the first version that could be used either as a small van or as a passenger vehicle. The series presented in 2012 was based very closely on the Fiat Doblò.
The latest series, introduced in 2018 and derived from the Berlingo/Partner, has a cargo compartment of average capacity for the category.
The Syncro System catalogue contains everything you need to protect the interior of your Combo’s cargo compartment.
Extra protection is indeed essential since, like all vans, the Combo’s bodywork is simply not robust enough to withstand impacts without damage. The floor too can be dented or deformed if heavy cargo is concentrated in one area or if cargo has protruding parts underneath. The functionality of the entire van can be compromised as a result.
Syncro floor liners for the Combo come in 2 + 1.8 mm thick aluminium tread plate or 12 mm thick plywood. Plywood versions are made from damp-proof, resin-bonded plywood with a non-slip surface and come complete with stainless-steel edges at the doors.
Syncro bodywork liners are available only for the top of the van’s body as the bottom section is already protected by quite robust plastic panels.
The Syncro catalogue also includes bulkhead liners, wheel arch liners and steel grilles for the rear windows.
Syncro liners for the Combo save you a great deal of money in the long run. They are quick and easy to fit, lightweight and robust and prevent damage to your van’s bodywork that can prove extremely costly to repair. They also preserve the value of your vehicle for many years to come.