The Berlingo was the first small van designed from scratch for use as a commercial vehicle and as a passenger vehicle.
Until the Berlingo arrived, small vans were merely modified cars with a square cargo body added. The Citroen Berlingo was the first van with a cab that connects directly to the cargo area, with excellent results in terms of style and functionality.
Ever since the Berlingo first appeared in 1996, Syncro System has been producing, selling and installing floor liners in special grade plywood or aluminium tread plate along with interior liners for all parts of the van, including the bulkhead, the walls and the wheel arches and even grilles for the rear door windows.
As with all other vans, the Berlingo’s bodywork can easily be damaged. Impacts from falling or sliding cargo can cause cracks in the paintwork and eventually lead to the formation of rust. Corrosion damage is particularly expensive to repair but can easily be avoided by fitting proper floor and interior liners. So ask Syncro System to fit your Berlingo with liners in marble-look or rubber-coated plywood, aluminium sheet or tread plate, prepainted steel sheet or honeycomb plastic.
The Syncro liners made from these tough but lightweight materials can be fitted in next to no time and cost far less than the potential cost of bodywork repairs!
The photos on this page illustrate two Berlingo vans fitted with plywood floor liners and wall and door liners in galvanised and painted steel sheet.