Quality Handicap Accessible Vehicles

BraunAbility® is world renowned as an industry leader, with over 40 years experience in providing wheelchair accessible vehicles and lifts to the physically challenged. Their entire staff is dedicated to providing you with the best products, best service and overall BEST ownership experience. Their products have been engineered to last and tested using the most state-of-the-art methods. We and our entire dealer network are members of the National Mobility Equipment Dealer Association (NMEDA), and together have pledged to guarantee only the highest quality sales and service available.

Comfort And Safety

When you purchase a wheelchair accessible van, or lift from BraunAbility®, you will never sacrifice comfort for safety, and we will ensure the products you choose fit your lifestyle and budget. Through our unparalleled partnership with automakers like Toyota, Honda, Ford, Chrysler and Dodge you can feel rest assured that your vehicle has been co-designed around the original components of the vehicle.

BraunAbility Rear Entry Toyota Wheelchair Van in Silver.

Toyota Rear-Entry Handicap Vans By BraunAbility®

The Toyota Sienna Rear-Entry by BraunAbility’s comes in both a manual and power ramp conversion. (Power Ramp Conversion will no longer be available after March 16, 2020). These wheelchair vans feature a large 32 inch wide, rear-entry ramp system that is designed to be economical while accommodating the largest of wheelchairs, or up to two wheelchair users. For ambulatory passengers, there are various seating options available. BraunAbility’s Toyota Rear-Entry handicap accessible vehicles are the perfect choice for those needing extra room, and who will be traveling with a caregiver or attendant at all times. As with all rear-entry wheelchair vans, the ramps location provides convenience and flexibility by providing additional freedom to park in traditional parking spaces.

Quiet Drive On The Toyota Sienna Rear-Entry Wheelchair Van

Quiet Drive™ is an advanced noise reducing process that is exclusively found on the full line of BraunAbility® wheelchair van conversions after 2012. This advanced design works to reduce road noise and vibration up to 25% of previous models. Using state-of-the-art techniques and advanced acoustic materials, BraunAbility’s Quiet Drive™ enhances the driving experience by blocking unwanted noise at the source from entering the interior of the vehicle.

BraunAbility Toyota Sienna Rear Entry ramp deployed showing detail of surface.

Manual Or Power Fold-Out Wheelchair Ramp

The ramp on the Toyota Rear-Entry handicap van comes in both a manual and power operated version, and is 32 inches wide. It is made up of lightweight aluminum and has a load capacity of 800 pounds. The ramps surface is power coated with a durable non-skid, slotted finish that ensures superior traction and aids in the removal of debris.

Lowered Floor

As part of the conversion process, the floor of the rear-entry conversion is lowered from just behind the front seats to the rear of the vehicle. This lowering of the floor does two things: First it allows for a taller door entry to allow for unobscured entry. Second, it provides a wheelchair user a direct line of sight while riding as a passenger.

Flip & Fold Seats

With various seating options for ambulatory passengers, the second row seats can be easily folded away when not in use, and accommodate up to two wheelchair users using the multiple tie-down points. An optional third row folding bench seat is also available.


BraunAbility Dodge Grand Caravan Rear Entry

BraunAbility Dodge Power Rear-Entry Handicap Vans

The Dodge Grand Caravan Power Rear-Entry wheelchair accessible minivan by BraunAbility® features a power, fold-out ramp system for easy loading and unloading of passengers. (Power Ramp Conversion will no longer be available after March 16, 2020). The rear-entry design aids in eliminating virtually all issues with parking, as additional space next to the vehicle is not necessary to deploy the ramp mechanism.

The rear-entry design makes this vehicle compatible with virtually every type and size wheelchair and scooter, and can even be equipped for a wheelchair user to transfer and drive or ride as a passenger.

Retains Ride Quality And Height

The conversion process involved in building a rear-entry vehicle like the Dodge Power Rear-Entry does not compromise the integrity of the original structure of the vehicle, or ground clearance. This process results in a more factory true ride and handling.

Automatic Door And Wheelchair Ramp System

The rear hatch and ramp on the Dodge Power Rear-Entry from BraunAbility® is power and fully automatic and operates with a simple touch of a button on either the factory key fob or interior switch.

Seating Options

When it comes to seating options, the rear-entry models have a much larger selection of configurations.  Choose from factory or aftermarket fold-and-flip center seats or standard fixed bucket seats, as well as an optional fold-up rear bench seat and/or a driver transfer seat.  

Girl sitting in the wheelchair while secured inside a BraunAbility rear entry wheelchair van.

Automatic Kneeling System

In an effort to reduce ramp angle and make it easier to board, all power rear-entry handicap vans feature an automatic, integrated “kneeling” system. When a deploy ramp command is initiated, the on-board computer activates an electric actuator that is mounted on the rear of the vehicle. Once engaged, the actuator works to lower the vans ramp angle. This option can also be turned off or on with a switch on the dash.

Full Or Half-Cut Conversion

When choosing your layout in a BraunAbility® Power Rear-Entry wheelchair van conversion, your first item to consider is the cut of the conversion. There are two types of cuts in a rear-entry model. The first is called a full-cut. With a full-cut the floor of the minivan is cut and lowered just behind the two front seats to the rear. In a half-cut, the floor of the minivan is cut from just behind the second row of seats. This is a very important aspect in rear-entry models to consider.

Dodge manual rear entry wheelchair van from BraunAbility with caregiver and wheelchair user entering van.

BraunAbility Dodge Manual Rear-Entry Wheelchair Vans

The Dodge Grand Caravan Manual Rear-Entry wheelchair accessible minivan by BraunAbility® features a manual, fold-out ramp system for easy loading and unloading of passengers. The rear-entry design aids in eliminating virtually all issues with parking, as additional space next to the vehicle is not necessary to deploy the ramp mechanism.

The rear-entry design makes this vehicle compatible with virtually every type and size wheelchair and scooter, and can even be equipped for a wheelchair user to transfer and drive or ride as a passenger.

Retains Ride Quality And Height

The conversion process involved in building a rear-entry vehicle like the Dodge Manual Rear-Entry does not compromise the integrity of the original structure of the vehicle or ground clearance. This process results in a more factory true ride and handling.

Automatic Door And Wheelchair Ramp System

The rear hatch and ramp on the Dodge Manual Rear-Entry from BraunAbility® is operated manually.

Seating Options

When it comes to seating options, the rear-entry models have a much larger selection of configurations.  Choose from factory or aftermarket fold-and-flip center seats or standard fixed bucket seats, as well as an optional fold-up rear bench seat and/or a driver transfer seat.

Automatic Kneeling System

In an effort to reduce ramp angle and make it easier to board, all power rear entry handicap vans feature an automatic, integrated “kneeling” system. When a deploy ramp command is initiated, the on-board computer activates an electric actuator that is mounted on the rear of the vehicle. Once engaged, the actuator works to lower the vans ramp angle. This option can also be turned off or on with a switch on the dash.

Full Or Half-Cut Conversion

When choosing your layout in a BraunAbility® Manual Rear-Entry wheelchair van conversion, your first item to consider is the cut of the conversion. There are two types of cuts in a rear entry model. The first is called a full-cut. With a full-cut the floor of the minivan is cut and lowered just behind the two front seats to the rear. In a half-cut, the floor of the minivan is cut from just behind the second row of seats. This is a very important aspect in rear entry models to consider.

Chrysler Pacifica rear entry wheelchair van from Braunability with ramp deployed.

Chrysler Pacifica Rear-Entry Wheelchair Vans

The Chrysler Pacifica, manual rear-entry handicap accessible minivan is one of the newest products that is now being offered from BraunAbility®. The new Pacifica combines all the luxury, safety, and advanced driving technology that Chrysler has to offer with the time tested, low maintenance, manual, fold-out ramp system from BraunAbility®. The rear-entry model, while not for everyone, is designed to aid in eliminating virtually all issues with parking, and larger wheelchair transport and is ideal for the wheelchair user who must travel with a caregiver.

Ride Quality And Ground Clearance Maintained

The process of converting a vehicle, such as the Chrysler Pacifica into a rear-entry wheelchair accessible vehicle, is done so the integrity and original structure of the vehicle isn’t compromised. This process ensures you’ll experience the same great ride, handling, and ground clearance the manufacturer intended. 

Rear Hatch And Ramp System

The ramp on the Chrysler Pacifica rear-entry mobility van is operated manually, and it features a new, patent pending, anti-rattle latch to ensure a quite ride. The Rear hatch is available with either a manual, or power lifting mechanism. 

Seating Options

When it comes to seating options, the rear-entry models have a much larger selection of configurations that are available to the end user.  You can choose from factory, or aftermarket fold-and-flip second row seats, or standard fixed bucket seats, as well as an optional fold-up rear bench seat and/or a driver transfer seat.


Take A (Virtual Tour) Of Various Vehicle Conversions

Follow this link to take a virtual tour of the inside of various wheelchair accessible vehicles that are currently available. How Cool!

Virtual 360 Tour