The Fiat Scudo has been popular with van users ever since it came out in 1995. The Scudo represented a major step forward compared to older models. It was the first medium size commercial vehicle to boast good driving characteristics, a generous if not exactly square cargo compartment and attractive styling.
The Scudo’s success continued with the second series, introduced by Fiat in 2007 and featuring a larger, more conventional body than the first series.
The Syncro Group began producing and installing all kinds of protective liners for the Scudo back in 1996. The Syncro range includes practical plywood or aluminium liners to protect the floor of your van. Syncro’s wall and door liners are also popular as they effectively stop the bodywork being damaged by heavy items of cargo sliding around or falling over and impacting thin body panels during transport.
Since, like all vans, the Scudo comes without effective protection for the load compartment, Syncro floor and body liners can save you a great deal of unnecessary expense for bodywork repairs. They help preserve your van’s re-sale value too.
Syncro floor, wall, door, bulkhead and wheel arch liners are made from marine grade plywood, aluminium and painted steel sheet: tough but lightweight materials.
Installation times are extremely short, as all Syncro liners for the Scudo come cut to size and pre-drilled.
As the photos on this page show, Syncro liners can also support accessories like rail and strap lashing systems to secure cargo quickly and securely.