Vehicle Conversions


Vantage Mobility International

Chrysler Pacifica

Chrysler Pacifica

With plenty of interior space, interchangeable seating and an in-floor ramp, the wheelchair-accessible 2017 VMI Chrysler Pacifica minivan combines style with function. Inside, the Pacifica conversion offers 360° of maneuverability so even large wheelchairs can turn around. Front seats are interchangeable and can function in the driver’s and the front passenger’s space. The door is 30" wide, and there’s 59" of headroom. This Pacifica features PowerKneel suspension, a hydraulic system that lowers the van for easy entry. The Pacifica is available in four models with various options packages.

  • (800) 348-VANS

BraunAbility

MXV

MXV

  • Combines advanced technology with the space-saving Ford Explorer.
  • An accessible SUV with a power door, kneel and ramp system, plus redesigned, removable front seats to enable the wheelchair user to drive, ride as a passenger or ride in the center.
  • The sliding front shifter provides extra space up front.
  • Outdoors adventurers can add the optional tow package.
  • 28.5" door opening width, 55" door opening height, an interior height of 59" and a 28"-wide ramp.
  • (800) 946-7513

Vantage Mobility International

Toyota Northstar E360

Toyota Northstar E360

  • ADA-compliant minivan designed for commercial use.
  • Features a side-entry system with an in-floor ramp for easy and convenient passenger boarding.
  • A deep-drop floor provides a tall door opening with an unobstructed entrance.
  • Has plenty of interior space for wheelchairs and passengers to maneuver.

http://www.vantagemobility.com/product-feature/toyota-sienna-northstar-e-360/

  • (800) 348-VANS

Mobility Ventures

MV-1

MV-1

  • Complies with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accessibility requirements as soon as it rolls off the assembly line.
  • An extra-wide passenger door opening, an integrated in-floor ramp and a floor-to-ceiling height nearly 5' tall make the MV-1 ready for wheelchair users from day one.
  • (877) 681-3678

Toyota Mobility

Sienna with Auto Access Seat

Sienna with Auto Access Seat

As seen at the San Jose Abilities Expo: Built by Toyota specifically for its popular Sienna minivan and installed by the manufacturer, the Auto Access seat lifts up and rotates to provide easier transfers for consumers. It’s available for the Sienna LE or XLE models, and since the seat is designed and made by Toyota, it perfectly matches the rest of the Sienna interior. The Auto Access Seat, with a weight capacity of 330 lbs., is covered under Toyota’s factory warranty.


    VMI

    Toyota Northstar Access360

    Toyota Northstar Access360

    This side-entry conversion for the Toyota Sienna provides 360° of wheelchair maneuverability inside the cabin, plus industry-leading headroom inside and at the door, especially helpful for large power chairs and tall passengers. Entering/exiting the Sienna occurs at the touch of the OEM vehicle remote. When the ramp is deployed, the Powerkneel system lowers the vehicle and reduces ramp angle.

    • (602) 243-2700 or (800) 348-VANS

    AutoAbility

    Advantage

    Advantage

    Rear-Entry Minivans

    AutoAbility offers its Advantage series of rear-entry, wheelchair-accessible minivan conversions for the Dodge Caravan, Chrysler Town & Country and Toyota Sienna models. Several seating configurations are offered to provide greater flexibility for both wheelchair users and other passengers. AutoAbility says its vehicles are fully crash tested and exceed FMVSS and CMVSS impact requirements for frontal, side and rear offset and rollover standards.

    • (248) 620-4200

    Product Comparisons

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      Ramps can provide a safe and convenient way for wheelchair and scooter users to traverse steps, stairs and thresholds in doorways. Today’s ramp manufacturers offer styles and sizes to fit a range of environments and needs. Apr 01, 2012

    • 2012 Accessible Minivan Comparison 2012 Auto Access Comparison

      Wish you could make sense of the minivan conversion options on the market? Now you can with this easy-to-read chart comparing the 2012 options for Honda, Toyota, Dodge and Chrysler. Mar 01, 2012

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