The Movano is a large van made by the German manufacturer Opel in collaboration with Renault.
The first series appeared in 1997 and featured modern styling and a low, accessible cargo floor. The front end and the cab interior were radically restyled in 2003, then, in 2010, Opel presented a new series with all-new bodywork and engines.
With the introduction of the latest generation, Opel also increased the range of options and configurations, offering the 2010 Movano in many different size and equipment variants. The Movano is also one of the few vans available with front or rear wheel drive, offering greater cargo volume or higher load capacity respectively.
As with all other vans on today’s market, the Syncro Group has been producing and installing a wide range of floor
and bodywork liners for the Movano since 1996.
All vans can be damaged by heavy, unsecured cargo if items slide around or fall over and strike the thin body panels. Since the Movano’s standard interior protection, where fitted, is not able to provide effective protection, cargo impacting the van’s body can easily cause dents and cracks in the paintwork. And if this damage is not repaired promptly, the metal underneath will be exposed to the weather, leading to corrosion and the formation of rust stains like those seen on so many vans.
In addition, if weight is not distributed evenly, or if heavy cargo has protruding parts underneath, the standard floor can easily be dented and made less functional.
Syncro supplies floor liners for the Movano in 12 mm thick birch plywood, with a marble-look resin or rubber-coated surface, complete with stainless-steel edges at the doors.
Bodywork liners for the Movano
come in galvanised and painted steel, aluminium or honeycomb plastic. Syncro’s liner range for the Movano also includes wheel arch liners and bulkhead liners in resin-coated plywood or aluminium chequer plate, just like the floor liners. Door liners are available in steel, aluminium or plastic, and steel grilles can be fitted to the rear windows.
All Syncro floor and interior liners for the Opel Movano are made in Italy using precision CNC machines to guarantee excellent quality and competitive prices. The materials used are attractive, lightweight and extremely tough.
You can line the interior of your Movano in different materials: galvanised and painted steel sheet, aluminium or honeycomb plastic.
Each material offers different benefits, with aluminium offering the best compromise between mechanical strength, low weight and attractive appearance.
The Opel Movano shown here has been fitted with a non-slip floor liner in marine-grade, resin-coated plywood and aluminium chequer plate wall and door liners.
Installing Syncro liners in your Movano is a sensible investment: doing so not only saves you costly bodywork repairs but maintains your van’s resale value for years to come.