Japan’s Toyota is the world's largest vehicle manufacturer. Though it sells a wide range of cars and trucks all over the world, until recently it was absent from the European commercial vehicle market. This gap has now been filled by the ProAce, the new medium van derived from the corresponding Citroen and Peugeot models.
The ProAce is a modern, medium van that excels as a goods transporter and as the base for efficient and well-equipped mobile workshops for SMEs, tradesmen and professionals.
The series introduced in 2016 improved further on the light weight, practicality and economy of the previous ProAce without radically changing its overall lines.
The Syncro Group was quick off the mark to develop a complete range of racking, floor and bodywork liners and accessories for the new ProAce.
The possibility of carrying materials and equipment on the roof of your ProAce is not to be ignored. The vast Syncro catalogue includes a full range of roof bars, roof racks
with side fences and rear loading rollers, ladder racks and pipe carriers.
All Syncro roof accessories are made from stainless steel and anodised aluminium, and are rubber coated on the contact surfaces.
The photos shown above illustrate a simple roof transport solution: aluminium roof bars with stainless-steel mountings, plastic end plugs and a rubber-coated top surface to avoid scratching cargo and to protect the bars themselves.
Triangular, stainless-steel load stops are also available as an option.
Thanks to Syncro’s research in aerodynamics, the cross-bars used in Syncro roof bar and roof rack systems are extremely efficient and minimise wind noise and vibration when your ProAce is on the road.