The NV300 is Nissan’s offering for the medium size light commercial segment. The ultra-modern NV300 combines attractive styling and aerodynamic efficiency with a generous, square load compartment that is ideal for carrying large amounts of cargo and for fitting racking and storage systems.
The inside of the NV300’s load compartment is rectangular in shape, which makes it ideal for installing the drawers, shelves and accessories needed to create an efficient travelling workshop.
The NV300 comes in two heights and two lengths offering load capacities of up to 8.6 cubic metres.
As with all vans, the inside of the NV300’s load compartment needs to be adequately protected. If the floor and side walls are not properly lined they are liable to sustain damage in the form of dents and scratches during normal use, eventually leading to costly bodywork repairs.
The vast Syncro catalogue offers a choice of floor liners in plywood or aluminium, door and wall liners in honeycomb plastic, aluminium or painted steel, wheel arch covers, and even bulkhead liners in plywood or aluminium.
The NV300 shown here is a high roof version. It is fitted with a resinated plywood floor liner and door and wall liners in galvanised and painted steel. The racking consists of shelving, metal drawers and transparent plastic containers. The NV300’s body narrows a lot at the top of the load compartment, but even this awkward space has been fully exploited thanks to the modular design of Syncro racking.
Cabinets of transparent drawers and containers are popular items in most van racking systems. Syncro’s clear drawers and containers are made from top quality plastic and feature a compact and practical design. They are ideal for installation over wheel arches and maximise free space in the middle of the floor.
This particular racking configuration is installed in a Nissan NV300 L1 H1. The first job done by the Syncro installation team was to install a resinated plywood floor liner and painted steel side wall liners. Next, An open cabinet was installed over the wheel arch on the left side and, on top of this, four cabinets of tilting transparent plastic containers. The racking on the van’s right side wall consists of an open wheel arch cabinet, two cabinets of tilting, transparent plastic containers and a top shelf with dividers and a rubber mat.
The configuration fixed to the NV300’s bulkhead starts with yet another open cabinet at the bottom. On top of this are a cabinet of five drawers mounted on telescopic runners and two cabinets of case trays containing seven metal cases, complete with plastic component containers.
This section of racking is completed by a top shelf with mat and dividers.
The interesting thing about this particular Syncro installation is that it allows the customer to carry a large quantity of material and equipment in containers, shelves and cases while leaving nearly all the floor clear for larger items of cargo.
As you can imagine, the Syncro catalogue also contains a wide range of solutions for exploiting the roof of the NV300. The range includes roof racks with rear rollers and side fences, roof bars with load stops, and ladder racks with damped or standard tilting slides for one or two ladders. Syncro roof transport accessories are made from stainless steel and aluminium for strength and low weight. They are also particularly silent when then vehicle is travelling, thanks to Syncro’s exclusive, aerodynamically shaped Ultrasilent 4 bar profiles.