The Citroen Jumper has been a best-selling commercial vehicle for thirty years.
The Jumper has been popular with van buyers ever since production began in 1981 at the Atessa plant in the province of Chieti. So popular, in fact, that over four million units have been sold.
The Jumper was thoroughly renewed in 2006 and its already excellent characteristics further improved.
The new van is more spacious and rational, and the cargo compartment is particularly large, square and easy to use. The Jumper is therefore ideal for installing racking and for transporting goods and equipment.
As with all other vans, however, the Jumper’s bodywork comes without proper protection against impact damage. If cargo slides around, it can easily strike the van’s delicate body panels, causing damage that is extremely costly to repair.
The Syncro Group has been making protective floor liners for the Jumper since 1996, not only to protect the floor itself but also to serve as a perfectly flat surface for the racking.
Syncro also supplies protective liners for the Jumper’s walls, bulkhead, wheel arches and doors.
All Syncro liners for the Jumper come pre-shaped, pre-drilled and ready for installation. All necessary accessories are supplied too. Fitting is therefore very quick indeed – only one or two hours depending on what version your van is.
Syncro liners are made from lightweight but tough materials: floor liners come in 12 mm thick birch plywood with a marble-look or rubber-coated surface or in aluminium tread plate; bodywork liners come in painted steel sheet, aluminium of honeycomb plastic.
The Jumper seen here has been fitted with a floor liner in 12 mm thick, marble-look, birch plywood with stainless steel edging at the doors and recessed cups for the original anchor rings. The bottom part of the bulkhead has been protected using the same material. The wheel arch liners are in steel and aluminium chequer plate while the door and wall liners are in painted steel sheet.