BraunAbility® Commercial Vans for Taxi and Rideshare Services
BraunAbility offers multiple
The two taxi options available range from the easy-to-use Simple Stow Ramp to the NV200, the Taxi of Tomorrow, which was created by the collaboration between Nissan and BraunAbility. It was designed from the inside out, using input from New York taxi drivers, medallion holders, fleets and passengers. Powered by a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine, the Nissan NV200 is designed to reduce carbon emissions and enhance fuel efficiency across the entire taxi fleet as old models are replaced. The rear-entry ramp allows wheelchair passengers to enter and exit the taxi while remaining safe from the busy New York City traffic. It also has an integrated restraint system to quickly and easily secure wheelchairs and other personal mobility scooters.
When New York City mandated that half of their taxi fleet be wheelchair accessible by 2020, the city turned to BraunAbility and the NV200 to make it happen. Now, as other cities and municipalities expand their fleets of wheelchair accessible taxis and other rideshare vehicles, BraunAbility is ready to help.