The Iveco Daily is a large van produced by Iveco from 1978. The current generation was designed by Giugiaro and arrived to markets in the middle of 2006, the front has been restyled and now features a new grille with honeycombed centre and a much bigger Iveco badge. It's available as: Van, cabin cruiser, Combi, Minibus, Agile, and CNG.The Daily range has been around since 1978 and in that time has proved itself a solid and capable performer. As a panel van at 3.5-tonnes GVW, it is rather different from all the others inasmuch as it is a big truck with a proper chassis and rear-wheel drive that has been scaled down to size. Under the bonnet goes a new range of 2.3-litre and 3.0-litre diesel power plants. The smaller unit offers 96 bhp, 106 bhp, 116 bhp, 126 bhp and 136 bhp with torque from 177 lb-ft to 236 lb-ft while the larger one has 146 bhp and 176 bhp, with torque from 258 lb-ft to 295 lb-ft.There are three load classes, with ‘L’ signifying vans up to 3.5t gross vehicle weight, ‘S’ referring to vans over 3.5t GVW and ‘C’ reserved for vans over 3.5t GVW with double rear wheels. There are three roof heights, three wheelbases and four lengths to select from producing a range of load volumes from 7 m3 to 17 m3. Payload capacities range from 1,060 kg to over 4,000 kg in the 70C model which has a 7.0 t GVW.

Protect the bodywork of your Daily 2014 with Syncro liners

Protection for DailyFloor Protection for Daily Iveco from Van ExtrasDaily Iveco with Side lining by Syncro System

Syncro offers a comprehensive range of interior liners for the Daily, including cut-to-shape floor liners in marble-look and resin-coated plywood or aluminium tread plate, bulkhead and wheel arch liners.  Syncro wall liners in anodised aluminium or pre-painted steel sheet provide optimal protection for your van’s bodywork. The above photos show an Iveco Daily with interior liners in aluminium tread plate.

The Daily 2014 ready for phase 2: van racking by Syncro Ultra

01_An Iveco Daily with Syncro Ultra racking02_A fold-away vice bench and transparent containers in the Daily03_A bar and strap cargo lashing system in the Daily04_Accessories on the Daily’s bulkhead

In a big van like the Daily, your racking options are limitless. The above photo gallery illustrates a Daily used as a mobile workshop, with racking on both sides of the van. The side walls are fitted with open and enclosed shelves, drawers and transparent plastic containers while the bulkhead has been left free for cargo retaining accessories.  Of course, if you need to keep more floor space free for cargo and equipment, you can always choose a simpler configuration.

Another Iveco Daily 2014 with Syncro van racking

01_A Daily with Syncro Ultra racking02_ Syncro Ultra enclosed shelves in the Daily03_A Syncro Ultra workbench, metal drawers and transparent containers in the Daily 04_The Daily’s Ultra racking seen from the side door 05_The Daily’s bar and strap cargo retaining system 06_An Inverter on board the Daily07_A switch in the Daily with Syncro racking08_The Daily’s workbench

This second set of photos shows a Daily 2014 converted into a mobile workshop by Syncro New Zealand and featuring a carefully selected configuration of racking, storage and accessories. In particular, the van’s right side wall has been equipped as a work area, complete with a plywood workbench with a non-slip surface and dedicated lighting , while the left side wall serves as a mobile stores, complete with shelves with doors and a practical, lockable, two-door locker.

This van also boasts a cargo retaining system in the form of a metal bar with fittings and straps, an extremely useful accessory for securing bulky cargo and materials snugly against the bulkhead for transport.

Roof transport on the Daily 2014: Syncro roof rack, ladder rack and pipe carrier 

Ladder Holder for the IVeco Daily with Syncro System SuperSilent ProfileDaily Iveco in New Zealand with Loading RampIveco Daily with Roof Bars

This Iveco Daily has been made even more functional by adding useful accessories and by fitting a roof transport system designed by Syncro System specifically for the Daily.

The first photo above shows the Daily’s combined roof rack and single slide ladder rack. The slide allows users to load and unload heavy ladders effortlessly and without risk of injury. The middle photo shows a ladder rack and loading ramp.  Daily loading ramps come in a wide range of models, some designed for mounting on the van, and others that can easily be fitted and removed as needed. The last photo shows another example of a Daily roof rack installed by Syncro System New Zealand. It shows the important details that distinguish Syncro roof racks, all of which are now fitted with Syncro’s patented Ultrasilent profile for dramatically reduced vibration and noise on the road.

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