The Honda Odyssey side-entry conversion is available with powered and manual ramps. The power side entry features a folding ramp and in-floor ramp. The rear-entry conversion is available with a manual ramp. Honda Odyssey wheelchair and handicap vehicles can be converted on both new and used chassis.
United Access offers new and used Honda wheelchair vans for sale. The BraunAbility Honda wheelchair van comes available as a side-entry or rear-entry. A rear-entry vehicle’s low-angle ramp makes it easy to access the interior through the rear door. The unique design of this mobility upgrade makes it possible to use standard parking spaces when accessible parking is unavailable. Depending on the number of passengers you need to accommodate, a variety of seating options can be installed in your Honda Odyssey wheelchair van. Safety is always top of mind with BraunAbility; their Honda wheelchair vans are built on a state-of-the-art assembly line, ensuring consistent quality you can rely on day in and day out.
Vantage Mobility International (VMI) is one of the largest manufacturers of wheelchair van conversions. VMI focuses on improving their conversions through being part of the disabled community and through customer feedback. Today, VMI has the Honda Odyssey Northstar wheelchair van conversion. It comes in five model types and are accessible through side-entry of the minivan. Honda Odyssey wheelchair van offers both space and style with plenty of headroom for everyone. The ramp is stowed below the floor so your wheelchair accessible minivan is obstacle-free.
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.
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.
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 time, 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.
Yes, most of our side-entry wheelchair accessible ramp vans come standard with removeable front seats, so you can remove the front seat and position yourself in your wheelchair behind the wheel. We can equip your wheelchair van with a locking device on the floor of the van to safely secure your vehicle while driving. We also have a full line of hand controls and driving aids which we can install in your wheelchair accessible van.