The Citroen Jumpy is the result of a joint venture between the Japanese manufacturer Toyota and the French PSA Group (Peugeot and Citroen).
The Jumpy was first introduced in 1996 and proved an immediate hit. It was radically redesigned for the second series launched in 2007. The third series, introduced in 2016, boasts a large load compartment for the van’s size, with a regular shape that makes it ideal for the transport of cargo and for the installation of Syncro System van racking.
The current version of the Jumpy boasts a useful load capacity of up to 1400 kg with 6.6 m3 of volume and 4 m of useful length. The Jumpy can also tow a trailer of up to 2.5 tons maximum authorised mass. Thanks to its modular design, the Jumpy offers a choice of two wheelbases (2.92 m and 3.27 m), two rear overhangs (0.80 m and 1.15 m) and 3 different lengths.
Over the twenty-year life of the Jumpy, in all its series, an impressive number of businesses and tradesmen have transformed their vans into efficient mobile workshops thanks to Syncro System. The excellent ratio between the van’s overall dimensions and the size of its load compartment make it easy to customise racking to satisfy the mobility and storage needs of all trades and professions.
This page shows two examples of racking in a Jumpy, both arranged along two sides. Thanks to the modular design of Syncro drawers and shelves, users can transport all the tools, equipment and spares they need for their work in a safe and orderly manner while maintaining a large area of free floor space for easy access and for loading bulky items of cargo.
The racking in the first example consists of two metres of cabinets along the left side, complete with drawers and trays for metal component cases. The storage on the right side comprises a series of shelves and a cabinet of tilting transparent drawers on top. In the second example, the left side racking consists of shelves and trays for plastic component cases with transparent lids. On the right is a series of metal cabinets containing transparent pull-out drawers and tilting containers.
One wheel arch cabinet at the bottom of both sides is fitted with a lift-and-rotate door that guarantees unrestricted access to the compartment inside. A third cabinet has been left open in both racking systems, but one example is fitted with a practical system for securing the customer's tool and component cases.
As with all popular vans, the interior of the Jumpy’s load compartment needs to be adequately protected in order to prevent damage during daily use.
Syncro aluminium and plywood floor liners, steel, aluminium and plastic door and wall liners, bulkhead liners, wheel arch covers and roof liners effectively protect the Jumpy’s bodywork and floor against damage caused by falling and sliding cargo, saving customers a great deal of money in body repairs.
Syncro floor liners also provide a perfectly flat load surface and secure anchorage for racking.
To fully exploit the space on top of your van’s roof, Syncro also produces a complete range of roof racks and ladder racks for the Jumpy. Syncro roof transport systems are made from top quality steel and aluminium and are certified to strict European standards.
Thanks to Syncro roof bars, roof racks and single or double slide ladder racks, even the space on your van's roof becomes perfectly usable!