The Mercedes Sprinter is a large van produced by Daimler AG in Stuttgart.
Mercedes has been making commercial vehicles since 1977, when it launched the T1. This was replaced by the more modern Sprinter in 1995.
The first series Sprinter remained in production until 2006 when it was replaced by the second series, completely renewed in form and content.
The latest series appeared in 2018 and introduced various refinements and improvements in quality.
The 2018 Sprinter is a modern van and ideal for intensive use. It is also available with front, rear and all-wheel drive.
The bodywork of the Sprinter panel van is very practically shaped. The van is available in various sizes, but all versions offer generous cargo capacity and are free from protruding parts except for the wheel arches.
Even the excellent Sprinter, however, suffers from the usual problem of insufficient protection. If heavy items are not adequately secured, they can fall or slide around and cause significant damage to the bodywork.
Since 1996, the Syncro System Group has been making floor liners
in 12 mm thick, marble-look or rubber-coated plywood and in aluminium chequer plate, as well as bodywork liners
in painted steel sheet, aluminium or honeycomb plastic, and protective panelling for the bulkhead, wheel arches and doors. There are even steel grilles for the rear windows.
Syncro’s floor and interior liners for the Sprinter are made on modern CNC machines using lightweight but wear-resistant and attractive materials.
All liners are cut to size and shape and pre-drilled ready for quick and easy installation.
Syncro floor liners for the Sprinter reinforce the original floor for transporting goods and materials and provide a tough, level surface for the installation of racking elements like shelves and drawers.
Syncro wall and door liners avoid costly damage to your van’s bodywork and help maintain your van’s resale value over time.