Check out the power side-entry Chrysler Pacifica and Chrysler Voyager wheelchair-accessible van from Adaptive! This budget-friendly conversion replaces the discontinued Dodge Grand Caravan and Chrysler Town & Country.
The Adaptive conversion features a full-cut, 10-inch lowered floor with a removable front passenger seat. By removing the front passenger seat, wheelchair users can ride in not only the mid-row section of the vehicle but also the upfront passenger position alongside the driver.
The driver seat is not removable; therefore, users who can drive from their chairs must travel with a dedicated companion or caregiver. However, there is an option to replace the driver’s seat base with a transfer seat which will allow a wheelchair user to transfer from their wheelchair into the driver’s seat.
Unlike many other handicap van conversions, this vehicle does not utilize a kneeling system to reduce the ramp’s angle. Since there isn’t a kneeling system, it could make it somewhat challenging for someone in a manual wheelchair to enter & exit the vehicle.
If a user is planning on driving and traveling alone, we recommend adding a power-pull wheelchair assistant to the vehicle to aid in navigating the vehicle’s ramp.
The Chrysler Pacifica & Chrysler Voyager both use a power side-entry fold-out wheelchair ramp system mounted inside the doorway of the passenger sliding door.
The ramp is made of a corrosion-free aluminum alloy. It has an 800 lbs. load capacity, a 10-degree ramp angle, 28 inches wide, and is 55 inches long.
The surface of the ramp is also slotted to keep debris from entering the vehicle and is covered in a slip-resistant material for added traction.
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