- Entire floor is lowered so a wheelchair user can easily maneuver throughout cabin.1
- Wheelchair user can ride in the driver, front row passenger or mid-row seating positions.1
- Pricing varies based on manual or power entry, ramp type, trim level and vehicle type.
- Side-entry ramps require extra space next to the vehicle for the ramp to deploy.
- The partially lowered floor typically makes a rear-entry conversion less expensive.
- Additional seating options are available on some models to allow a caretaker to sit next to the wheelchair user.
- Depending on their sizes, two wheelchairs may be able to fit in some rear-entry vehicles.
- No additional parking space is needed next to the vehicle to deploy a ramp.
- The wheelchair user will not be able to sit in the front seat without manually transferring into that position.
BraunAbility Wheelchair Vans from All Major Vehicle Manufacturers
BraunAbility offers best-in-class, space-gaining conversions on the Chrysler Pacifica and Chrysler Voyager chassis. No other wheelchair van offers more doorway and ramp space, or more interior cabin room, resulting in impressive maneuverability to accommodate even the largest power chairs. Available with a foldout or in-floor ramp, and offered in multiple floor height options, there is a BraunAbility Chrysler wheelchair van to fit any need.
The BraunAbility Dodge Grand Caravan offers more conversion options than any other vehicle in the BraunAbility lineup, which is one of the reasons why this dependable conversion has stood the test of time. Choose from fully or partially-lowered floors, and automatic or manual ramp systems, depending on your budget and lifestyle needs.
The BraunAbility Toyota, a customer favorite for its dependability and quality, outperforms the competition by honoring the renowned engineering of Toyota without sacrificing its ride and handling during the conversion process. Our first-ever hybrid conversion, the newest model year features an extra-wide doorway and plenty of cabin space for even larger power chairs.
The BraunAbility Chevrolet Traverse is the perfect alternative for wheelchair users who don’t see themselves in a minivan. The largest accessible SUV on the road, the BraunAbility Traverse is the perfect combination of space, style and swagger. No wheelchair SUV boasts more advanced safety, technology, and entertainment features to keep you happily on the road for the long haul.
The BraunAbility Honda Odyssey blends SUV lines and style with the space and conveniences of a minivan. The in-floor ramp maximizes interior cabin space for out-of-sight, out-of-mind convenience, both for the wheelchair user and other passengers.