The Berlingo first appeared in 1996 when the PSA Group decided to create a new niche in the MPV segment. The result was a small-medium size vehicle with a spacious interior that could be fitted out as a people carrier or as a van.
The Berlingo was the first in a series of such vehicles to offer good handling, a stylish exterior with no break between the rear and the cab, low fuel consumption and a practically designed cargo compartment.
The third series Berlingo arrived in 2019 and is one of the most modern vans on the road, with all the features needed to serve as a useful cargo carrier or mobile workshop.
The Syncro Group has developed custom-made interior liners, floor liners, bodywork protector panels, roof racks, ladder racks and all sorts of special accessories to transform your Berlingo into a genuine workshop on wheels.
The examples on this page show how Syncro van racking lets you exploit the space in your Berlingo, organise your tools and materials and carry with you everything you need to assist your customers or work on site.
To start with, this Berlingo was fitted with a 12 mm thick plywood floor liner with a marble-look resin surface and bodywork liners in grey painted steel.
Looking at the racking on the left, we can see a floor-level compartment with a lift-and-rotate door then, further up, six large drawers on telescopic ball-bearing runners, with automatic closing system, internal space dividers and non-slip mats. At the top are two large shelves, also with internal space dividers.
The racking on the right of the van consists of another compartment with a lift-and-rotate door, a pull-out vice bench with a 110 mm steel vice and three shelves, again with mats and dividers.
The Syncro catalogue contains a large number of useful accessories. The owner of this van chose to install a powerful, cool white LED ceiling light and an aluminium slider bar with cargo lashing straps.
Underfloor drawers have long been one the most popular products in the Syncro System catalogue because they can hold such a large amount of tools and materials and have a raised floor that can be used as needed. This Berlingo is fitted with two tall underfloor drawers accessible from the rear doors and another drawer unit with two smaller drawers, accessible from the side door. On top of the raised floor, the customer decided to install a pull-out vice bench with a 110 mm steel vice. The bench is protected by a 9 mm panel of birch plywood in the same finish as the floor. The installation is completed by four anchor rings attached to the van’s bodywork and a powerful LED ceiling light that gives pleasant illumination.
Component cases have been among the Syncro Group’s best sellers for over twenty years. These lightweight but robust cases can contain a large quantity of screws, nuts, bolts, washers, seals and other small parts. The inside can be configured exactly as the user needs, thanks to a wide range of modular plastic containers and metal space dividers.
Take a look at the racking system in this Berlingo in which six component cases are carried in dedicated pull-out case trays. This custom solution also includes drawers, a shelf with dividers and a floor-level compartment with a door.
All vans need proper interior liners to protect the bodywork against damage caused by shifting or falling cargo. Without adequate protection, your van’s body can soon need costly repairs and your van itself can lose its value rapidly.
The Syncro catalogue contains a wide range of products to protect the floor and body of your Berlingo, including floor and interior liners, wheel arch covers, window grilles and other accessories.
Many tradesmen use the roofs of their vans to carry bulky objects and materials. To make life easier, Syncro produces a wide range of roof racks and ladder racks for the Berlingo, made from lightweight but strong steel and aluminium. Syncro roof racks are amazingly silent thanks to the unique ULTRASILENT profile which reduces noise and vibration while the vehicle is moving.