The first generation of the Fiat Doblò arrived on the international market in 2000, replacing the dated Fiorino. The new vehicle was a modern multispace much like the alternatives offered by Fiat’s competitors.
Ever since its launch, the Doblò has proved popular with customers in Italy and elsewhere. The Doblò’s cab merges harmoniously with the cargo compartment and the vehicle boasts plenty of volume and load capacity for the typical van user without compromising drivability.
Fiat launched the second series of the Doblò in 2009, with updated styling and engines.
The Doblò, like all vans, needs additional protection for the floor and walls of the cargo compartment to protect it against impact damage.
To satisfy this need, the Syncro Group has been supplying and fitting floor and bodywork liners for the Doblò since the year 2000. The Syncro interior protection range for the Doblò includes bulkhead liners, wheel arch liners, door liners and even grilles for the rear windows.
Syncro floor liners for the Doblò incorporate recessed cups for the original anchor rings. This allows users to secure cargo to the floor with straps or bungees without compromising the perfectly flat surface which is essential for easy loading.
All Syncro floor and interior liners are made from lightweight and strong materials.
Floor liners come in 12 mm thick marine-grade birch plywood with a marble-look resin or rubber surface, or in aluminium alloy tread plate.
Bodywork panels come in galvanised and painted steel, honeycomb plastic or smooth or chequered aluminium.
These photos show the interior of a Doblò with floor, wheel arch and wall liners in aluminium tread plate.