The 2016 Toyota Sienna has achieved a new standard in style and technology, earning it a ranking of Best Minivan from Edmunds.com and Parents Magazine.
What does this mean if you’re considering a BraunAbility Toyota wheelchair van? You’re looking at the ultimate in accessibility, design, and gadgetry. Here are some highlights to consider:
- The Sienna comes with a Driver Easy Speak option that uses the microphone that’s part of the van’s voice-command multi-media system. So rather than someone having to shout at passengers in the rear of the van, the vehicle uses the mic to pipe the driver’s voice through the audio system’s rear speakers. If you’re a wheelchair user who has trouble projecting your voice and feel it’s hard for others to hear you when you’re on the road, this could be a huge perk!
- We’ve become used to having all forms of entertainment at our fingertips while en route, but the 2016 Sienna goes above and beyond. Its features include a Dual-View Entertainment Center with Blu-Ray capability, an SD card reader that can play 10 different audio and video formats from two separate sources, and wireless headphones.
- While Toyota says the new Sienna wants to “make parenting easier,” it’s far from a “mom van.” Still, any mom would appreciate the Brake Assist and Smart Stop Technology, a walk-in aisle, and multiple storage bins throughout the cabin.
Combine the above bonuses with BraunAbility’s commitment to retain the first-rate ride and handling of the Toyota Sienna and you have an accessible vehicle that’s unmatched in performance and function. (Get a closer look at how BraunAbility preserves Toyota’s engineering integrity here.)
Bottom line, the Toyota Sienna has never looked or performed better for the families it works for day in and day out. No accessible vehicle manufacturer takes greater measures to ensure that Toyota quality and performance are retained after our conversion than BraunAbility.