The Renault Kangoo is a small van designed from the scratch as a passenger car as well as a panel van.
The Kangoo first appeared on international markets in 1997, in response to the popularity of similar vehicles like the Fiat Doblò and Citroen Berlingo.
The cab featured two comfortable seats and a cargo compartment that was reasonably large and practical, though not at the top if its class.
The second series Kangoo was introduced in 2008, had sleeker, more modern lines, and was completely renewed in its bodywork, transmission and engines.
The latest Kangoo is available in three lengths: short, standard, and long.
As with all vans, the main problem with the Kangoo’s cargo compartment is its lack of effective protection, meaning that cargo can easily damage the bodywork if it shifts around during transport.
We have all seen vans with dented body panels, cracked paint and, as time goes by, streaks of rust.
This is why the Syncro System Group has been producing, selling and installing all kinds of protective liners since 1996. The vast Syncro catalogue includes floor liners
for the Kangoo in marine-grade plywood with a marble-look resin or rubber surface, and in aluminium tread plate too, along with bodywork liners
in aluminium, galvanised and painted steel and honeycomb plastic.
All Syncro liners are made using sophisticated CNC machines and come ready for quick and easy installation.
In addition to the usual floor and wall liners, Syncro can also fit your Kangoo with a bulkhead liner, wheel arch liners and protective grilles for the rear windows.
Syncro liners represent a major saving for you and your Kangoo: while costing and weighing very little, they keep your van’s resale value high and avoid the need for expensive bodywork repairs.