The Daily, made by Italian manufacturer Iveco, is a large van and has been around in various versions since 1978.
The latest series, introduced in 2014, continues in the tradition of previous models.
Unlike its direct competitors, the Daily has a load-bearing chassis. This gives the Daily a clear advantage in terms of strength and versatility and allows it to be fitted with a range of bodies, including dropside and curtainside etc. In the panel van version, however, it means a higher tare weight and a higher loading threshold.
The panel van is available in a choice of body sizes, with the largest offering class-beating volumes.
To compensate for the heavier load-bearing chassis, the sheet metal used to make the body of the Iveco Daily panel van is thinner than on other vans, and this means that the bodywork is even more prone to damage during loading and transport. If materials or tools are not securely lashed down and are allowed to slide around, they can strike the bodywork and cause the dents we are all too familiar with.
These bumps, a common sight on vans, eventually cause the paint to crack and rust to form.
The floor of the Daily is not particularly strong and can easily be bent or dented by unevenly distributed loads.
Knowing this, Syncro System has been making protective liners for the Daily since 1996. Syncro floor liners
are available in marine-grade, resin-bonded plywood with a marble-look or rubber-coated surface or in aluminium tread plate. Syncro wall and door liners
for the Daily come in galvanised and painted steel, aluminium or honeycomb plastic. The Syncro range of bodywork protection for the Daily also includes bulkhead liners, wheel arch liners and rear window grilles.
All Syncro floor and interior liners for the Iveco Daily are made in Italy using the latest technology and tough, long-lasting but lightweight materials. They come pre-shaped and pre-drilled, ready for installation.
Syncro liners provide effective protection for the interior of your Daily and maintain its resale value for many years to come. They save you money in another way too, because they cost far less than a visit to a bodywork repair shop!
This example shows Syncro liners installed in the smallest Daily, the short wheelbase, low roof version.
The Syncro team fitted laser-cut, galvanised and painted steel bodywork liners to the left and right sides of the van and to the rear and side doors.
The floor is covered by a protective liner in 12 mm thick, resin-bonded plywood with recessed cups for the original floor anchors and non-slip, stainless steel edges at the doors. The bulkhead behind the cab is also lined with 12 mm thick plywood.