The Crafter is a large van manufactured by Volkswagen.
The first version reached the market back in 1995 and was originally known as the LT. The second generation was launched in 2006 and featured a completely renewed engine and body. This was when the Crafter name first appeared.
In 2017, Volkswagen presented another completely new version, no longer produced in collaboration with Mercedes. Volkswagen now manufactures the van itself in a new, purpose-built factory in Poland.
The latest Crafter is one of the biggest vans on the market today.
Its load compartment offers impressive capacity and can carry large quantities of cargo, equipment and tools.
As with all other commercial vehicles, the Crafter’s cargo compartment is inadequately protected. This means that if heavy objects strike the walls, they can easily damage them. Impacts of this type cause the outward dents we are all so familiar with and that, if not repaired quickly, lead to rust and, sooner or later, far higher repair costs.
The pressed-steel floor is not particularly robust either and can easily be dented if loads are distributed unevenly or cargo has protruding parts underneath.
Knowing all this, Syncro System produces and supplies the floor and body liners you need to keep your Crafter damage-free and preserve its value for many years to come.
Syncro floor liners for the Crafter are made either from special, 12 mm thick, resin-bonded, birch plywood with a marble-look, non-slip surface or with a high-grip rubber-coated surface, both types with steel edges at the van doors, or from 2 + 1.8 mm thick aluminium tread plate.
Syncro wall and door liners for the Crafter are made from painted steel or aluminium sheet, and come pre-shaped and pre-drilled, ready for fitting.
Syncro’s vast range of bodywork protection also includes liners for the bulkhead between the Crafter’s cargo compartment and cab, wheel arch liners in steel and plywood or steel and aluminium, and even grilles for the rear windows.
Syncro floor and interior liners are a safe investment for you and your Crafter: they cost far less than a visit to a bodywork repair shop and can be fitted quickly and easily. On top of this, they improve your professional image and preserve the value of your Crafter for many years to come.