The Fiat Group first introduced its Doblò small van in 2000. Sold as a passenger vehicle and as a panel van (the Cargo), the Doblò has proved extremely popular and has become the best-seller in its class. The 2010 version was thoroughly renewed in form and substance but maintained the layout of the original.
Thanks to its modular design system, Syncro racking can follow the contour of the Doblò’s sloping bulkhead to make the best possible use of space.
The otherwise square cargo compartment welcomes 1,268 mm of racking on the full wall and 760 mm of racking on the wall with the side door, without interfering with door’s action and leaving plenty of space free in the middle of the floor.
The Fiat Doblò is available in various versions: short wheelbase, low roof; short wheelbase, high roof; and long wheelbase, low roof.
These photos illustrate a Syncro conversion in a long wheelbase version.
The racking on the left includes a compartment with a strap for the user’s tool cases, a pull-out tray with two component cases and 24 plastic in plastic containers of different types and sizes.
The racking on the right of the van consists of a series of metal cabinets containing tilting transparent containers in tough and long-lasting PMMA. This extremely practical solution takes up very little room in the back of the van and lets the customer see exactly what’s inside each container.
This Fiat Doblò has racking on all three sides.
The Syncro team began by installing a damp-resistant, phenolic birch plywood floor liner with a marble-look resin surface, then lined the doors and walls throughout the cargo compartment.
With the van properly protected in this way, the Syncro team went on to fit the racking as such. The racking on the left consists of two floor-level compartments, including one with a door, a pull-out bench with a 125 mm steel vice, four metal drawers mounted on telescopic ball-bearing runners and three steel shelves with space dividers and non-slip mats.
On the right of the van we can see a floor-level compartment with a low door, four removable plastic containers, two steel drawers with ball-bearing runners and two steel shelves with internal space dividers.
At the side door is a unit with a 1-metre long steel drawer, encased in 9 mm thick marble-look plywood panels. The van has its fair share of accessories too: a handwash kit consisting of plastic water can and tap, a soap dispenser and a paper roll holder; an LED ceiling light and a milled rail with lashing straps. The customer can even carry equipment on the van’s roof thanks to one of Syncro’s aluminium and steel roof racks.
These photos show racking on the left of the van only, with most of the floor left free.
The system comprises a floor-level storage compartment, two pull-out trays with component cases, two steel drawers on ball-bearing runners and three shelves with metal space dividers.
There are also two practical accessories at the back: a spray can rack and a paper roll holder.
These photos show a van fitted with Syncro’s painted steel bodywork liners and resin-bonded plywood floor.
Syncro bodywork liners are also available in anodised aluminium and Syncro floor liners also come in aluminium tread plate.
The Syncro catalogue also contains:
Syncro’s professional roof racks for the Doblò feature the exclusive Ultrasilent profile that minimises noise and vibrations even when the van is travelling at speed.
Syncro’s roof rack system is completely modular and customisable. This means that you can add ladder racks and pipe carriers if you wish or decide to fit only cross-bars with no side fences or rear loading roller.
And don’t forget that Syncro's roof bars, roof rack and ladder racks for the Doblò can be moved easily from one vehicle to another simply by replacing the brackets.
In addition to liners, racking, plastic containers and roof racks for the 2010 Doblò, Syncro also offers a vast range of accessories like hooks, straps, lights, handwash kits, first aid kits, fire extinguisher brackets, computer stands, loading ramps, and vice benches.