When it appeared back in 1996, the Peugeot Partner was the first light commercial designed from scratch to serve as a panel van and as a compact MPV.
Before that date, small vans had always been derived from passenger cars simply by adding a square ‘box’ at the back. Peugeot’s Partner featured a cab that merged seamlessly with the cargo compartment and offered significant advantages in terms of style, functionality and aerodynamics.
Ever since the Partner first appeared in 1996, Syncro System has been producing and installing floor liners in special grade plywood or aluminium tread plate along with interior liners for all parts of the van, including the bulkhead, the walls and the wheel arches and even grilles for the rear door windows.
We all know from experience how prone vans are to bodywork damage caused by falling or sliding cargo – damage that leads to cracks in the paintwork and eventually to the formation of rust. Costly damage to your Partner is nevertheless easy to avoid simply by fitting Syncro System protective liners.
Another problem is that the standard van floor is not strong enough and needs to be reinforced with plywood or aluminium floor liners.
Syncro floor and bodywork liners for the Partner are made from lightweight but tough materials, can be fitted in next to no time, and cost a whole lot less than a visit to a body repair shop!
The photos on this page show various Partner vans with floor liners
in 12 mm thick, birch plywood with a marble-look surface and door and wall liners
in galvanised and painted steel sheet.
Syncro floor and bulkhead liners for the Partner come in marble-look or rubber-coated plywood while bodywork liners come in painted steel, various types of aluminium or honeycomb plastic.