The first Fiorino, launched by Fiat in 1977, was based on the drive train and front end of the old 127. After various changes, it was replaced by the Doblò in 2000.
The new Fiorino is made in Turkey and is marketed under the Fiat, Peugeot and Citroen brands.
The model introduced in 2007 and still in production today has nothing in common with its old namesake. It is a completely new, innovative and compact van, with a practical, square shaped cargo compartment. The load floor is easily accessible and obstacle-free, and large doors make loading and unloading easy.
The square-shaped body is ideal for fitting Syncro System racking and accessories if you want to convert your Fiorino into a compact but efficient mobile workshop!
Here’s an example of a racking system in a Fiorino. In this case the Syncro team fitted three under-floor drawer units and then, on top of the raised floor in marble-look plywood, installed a compact racking system with two metal drawers, a pull-out tray for two component cases, a vice bench with a steel vice and a top shelf with internal dividers.
This Fiorino is fitted with a 12 mm thick birch plywood floor liner with a marble-look surface. The racking on the left consists of shelves, plastic containers, metal drawers and a pull-out vice bench while that on the right consists of cabinets of transparent containers.
The van also features useful accessories like a bar and strap retaining system with sliding attachments, a cable holder and a fire extinguisher bracket. The roof is fitted with aluminium cross-bars with the Ultrasilent profile.
In this van we can see a floor liner of 12 mm thick, marble-look birch plywood and, on the left, a racking system consisting of two shelves with internal dividers and a pull-out vice bench complete with a 125 mm steel vice with rotating base. On the right of the van are three practical metal cabinets with self-locking, tilting transparent containers, one of the most popular products in the vast Syncro catalogue.
Fiat also offers a methane fuelled version of the Fiorino. The gas tanks are installed under the floor but protrude above it. To provide users with a flat surface, Fiat has fitted a specially shaped, expanded plastic spacer.
Syncro System offers customised solutions for the methane fuelled Fiorino. These start with a special plywood floor liner for installation over the original spacer to provide a robust floor surface for racking, cargo and materials. The version with side door can also be fitted with a dedicated under-floor drawer unit which partly replaces the original spacer. In this solution, once the plywood floor liner is in place, the user enjoys the benefit of a sideways opening drawer capable with a load capacity of 140 kg.
See our special under-floor drawers for the Fiorino.
The Fiorino suffers from the same problem as all vans: without adequate protection, its bodywork is exposed to damage by cargo falling or sliding around when the van is moving or being loaded or unloaded.
Bodywork damage is extremely expensive to repair and dramatically reduces the van’s resale value as time goes by.
To solve this problem, the vast Syncro System catalogue contains all the floor liners, wall and door liners, wheel arch liners and window grilles you could possibly need, along with many other accessories.
There’s never enough room in your van, especially if you drive a compact model like the Fiorino. Fitting a roof rack to extend its carrying capacity is therefore an attractive proposition. Syncro System produces a wide range of roof transport accessories, including roof bars, roof racks and ladder racks all modular and customisable in design.