BraunAbility® Side-Entry Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles
BraunAbility offers the widest selection of side-entry wheelchair accessible vehicles. They are the most popular conversion choice and for good reason. Here’s what you need to know about side-entry handicap vans:
Entirefloor is lowered so a wheelchair user can easily maneuver throughout cabin1 Wheelchairuser can ride in the driver, front row passenger or mid-row seating positions1
- Pricing varies based on manual or power entry, ramp type,
- Side-entry ramps require extra space next to the vehicle for the ramp to deploy
Side-Entry Wheelchair Vans from BraunAbility
Chrysler Pacifica Wheelchair Van
The BraunAbility Chrysler Pacifica broke barriers in space-saving technology and innovation. No other wheelchair van offers more doorway and ramp space, or more interior cabin room, resulting in best-in-class maneuverability to fit even the largest power chairs. Available with a foldout or infloor ramp, and offered in multiple floor height options, there is a BraunAbility Chrysler Pacifica to fit the needs of everyone.
Dodge Grand Caravan Wheelchair Van
The BraunAbility Dodge Grand Caravan offers more conversion options than any other chassis 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 independence needs.
Toyota Sienna Wheelchair Van
The BraunAbility Toyota Sienna outperforms the competition by honoring the renowned engineering of the Toyota chassis without sacrificing its ride and handling in the conversion process. The BraunAbility Toyota Sienna is available with either the infloor or foldout ramp option, and its just-right cabin space provides optimum maneuverability for even larger power chairs.
Honda Odyssey Wheelchair Van
The BraunAbility Honda Odyssey blends SUV lines and style with the space and conveniences of a minivan. New in 2018, the BraunAbility Honda Odyssey will be offered with an infloor ramp to maximize interior cabin space for out-of-sight, out-of-mind convenience, both for the wheelchair user and other passengers.