The French Peugeot Boxer is a large van.
The first series was launched in 1981. The Boxer is produced along with its sisters, the Jumper and the Ducato, in the Atessa plant near Chieti, Italy.
The van is offered in various versions and equipment levels and has proved so popular with users that over 4 million units have been produced.
The third series has been in production since 2006 and boasts a spacious, linear design and a generous and easily accessible load compartment. The Boxer is therefore ideal for installing racking and for transporting goods.
As is the case with all vans, the Boxer’s bodywork comes with no effective protection against damage by falling or shifting cargo. If a heavy object strikes the bodywork with any force, it can easily cause damage that is very expensive to repair.
To solve this problem, the Syncro Group produces and installs floor liners that protect the Boxer’s original floor and provide a robust base for racking.
Syncro liners for the Boxer provide effective protection for the cargo compartment and are available a choice of materials, including aluminium, galvanised and painted steel and honeycomb plastic. Syncro also makes liners for the bulkhead between the cab and the load compartment, again in plywood or aluminium, along with wheel arch liners and door liners.
All Syncro liners for the Boxer come pre-shaped, pre-drilled and ready for installation. All necessary accessories are also provided. This means that installation is particularly rapid and can be done in one or two hours at the most.
Syncro uses lightweight and robust materials to produce its liners: marine grade resinated plywood or aluminium tread plate for floor liners and electrogalvanised and painted steel or aluminium sheet for bodywork liners.
Proper floor and bodywork liners can save you a lot of money in the long run. They avoid costly body repairs and help your Boxer maintain its value over the years.
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