The interior of the Syncro is pretty well appointed. It has a 2 burner hob and grill, sink and a big fridge (well big in camper terms). There isn't a lot of work space so I tend to use the flip down front panel under the sink and hob or I cook in the awning. It has a table but to be honest it is a pain in the neck to get out and set up and gets in the way.
The bed is full width and pretty comfortable. It will comfortably sleep 2 adult or 3 kids. The pop top is for standing only.
The front cab is comfortable and has rubber mats on the floor. The dash, has in addition to the normal knobs, buttons and dials, an oil temperature gauge and a turbo boost gauge. I have also put in a 4 socket 12v point for plugging in my TomTom, ipod etc. The radio is a Sony unit with mp3 playback, bluetooth handsfree (although not much chop whilst driving due to road noise), Aux in for plugging in an ipod etc. The aerial for the radio is laminated in the windscreen.
I have a CB in it although it will be removed upon sale but you will have the aerial point available.
I have a swivel base on the passenger seat which really opens up the space in the back.
You can see a box behind the passenger seat in some of the pictures. This is not staying with the van as it was made by my father and I want to keep it.
The back of the rear seat is fitted with eyes to take a cargo net. I use the net to hold everything in place whilst travelling.