Dodge Wheelchair Vans

United Access offers Dodge Grand Caravan handicap and wheelchair van conversions. The Dodge Grand Caravan wheelchair van also offers power and manual side-entry and rear-entry conversions. The rear entry and side entry conversions are scooter accessible.

BraunAbility Dodge Wheelchair Vans

United Access offers new and used Dodge wheelchair vans for sale. Dodge Grand Caravan wheelchair vans come available as rear-entry or side-entry, in regular or extra-tall heights, and with in-floor or foldout ramps. BraunAbility offers many Dodge Grand Caravan wheelchair van options such as the Companion Van, Companion Plus, Companion Van Plus XT, Power, Power XT, and Power In-floor. All conversions come with lowered floor for easy entry and exit, easy seat removal, keyless remote, and more.

Unique Features to the BraunAbility Dodge Wheelchair Vans

  • Offers the Power In-Floor Ramp and the Manual Rear-Entry Fold Out Ramp Conversions
  • Rear Entry Option For Traditional Parking Spaces
  • 800 Lbs. Ramp Weight Capacity

Manual Rear-Entry

Power Rear-Entry


CompanionVan Plus®

CompanionVan® Plus XT

Dodge Power

Power XT

Power Infloor

VMI Dodge Wheelchair Vans


Northstar E™



Can you convert my current vehicle to make it wheelchair accessible?    

In some instances, yes. There are a lot of variables when we talk about converting your vehicle and whether the manufacturer can/will convert it. Some things to have ready is the vehicle make and model, year and mileage. Another consideration is what type of ramp system are you looking to have installed, a rear-entry ramp or side-entry. With this information, we can research if converting your vehicle is possible.    

I can’t get to your location; how can I try out a wheelchair van?   

We can come to you depending on how far you are away from our location. We understand if you are in the need for an accessible vehicle, getting to us could be difficult. Many times, we do all our meetings and transactions at your home or work, whatever is more convenient for you. We typically will first perform a needs analysis, which can be done over the phone, and based on that we have a good idea what wheelchair accessible van might be best for you. We can email or text pictures to you and then when you think you’ve seen one you like, we can bring it by for you to get in, take a ride, etc.   

Do you take my current vehicle in on trade?

Yes, we take non-adapted vehicles and accessible vehicles in on trade. For those first-time buyers, you may have a regular car that is no longer needed and want to use that as a down payment towards your wheelchair accessible van, and we do that every day. If this is your 2nd or 3rd accessible vehicle, you may have an older one to trade in, and trade up for a newer one. We have many customers who need used wheelchair accessible vans, so we pay top dollar for your trade. 

Do you carry used and new wheelchair vehicles?  

Yes, our used wheelchair vans come to us when customers trade in, or sell us back their accessible vehicle, which is a great benefit for those who are looking for some more economical options. We also carry brand new vans with <100 miles. Another option is something we call Used/New, which is a used vehicle with 30K-60K miles and a new conversion which can save consumers money. Our inventory changes daily, if you know what you are seeking, whether it’s a color, price range, etc., let us know and we can keep an eye out for you.  

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