The Fiat Fiorino bears the name of a historically popular small van. The latest model, however, is a completely new vehicle and shares only its name with the Fiorino of year ago.
The new Fiorino is in fact quite an innovative van, compact in size but with a body that mimics the shape of larger vans, like the Fiat Doblò or Volkswagen Caddy.
Like all vans, the Fiat Fiorino comes without any effective protection against the sort of bodywork damage caused by falling cargo. It’s not unusual for heavy items and tools to slide around when a van is moving, and if these items strike a thin body panel, they can easily cause dents and scratches. As time passes, these dents can lead to rust and, in extreme cases, to holes in the bodywork.
Luckily, the Syncro Group supplies a wide range of floor and bodywork liners for the Fiat Fiorino. Syncro’s plywood and aluminium floor liners and interior lining panels are all made from lightweight but extremely tough materials.
All Syncro liners for the Fiorino come ready for use, cut to shape and pre-drilled, and can be fitted in next to no time. Installing a floor liner and bodywork liners in a Fiorino takes only an hour, or two hours at the most.
In addition to floor liners
in marble-look or rubber-coated plywood, or in aluminium tread plate, the Syncro range includes wall and door liners
in steel, aluminium or honeycomb plastic and bulkhead liners too.
You can even find tough, galvanised steel wheel arch liners.