BraunAbility® Toyota Wheelchair Vans

Freedom of Choice – that’s what the line of Toyota wheelchair vans from BraunAbility® provide. Available in four models: Toyota Power Fold-Out XT for added door/interior height; Toyota Power In-Floor with its patented, hidden in-floor ramp system for unobstructed entry & exit of ambulatory passengers; Toyota Manual Rear-Entry and Toyota Power Rear-Entry. Both of rear-entry models provide superior rear ramp access making them ideal for caregivers who manage larger or longer chairs, and also situations where parking is a challenge. 

Each model features a graduated ramp angle with an added side rail for safety, making entry and exit of your Toyota easy, safe and convenient. Couple these features with the all-new, and improved Step-and-Roll seating, and your choice becomes clear.

Which BraunAbility® Toyota handicap accessible van is right for you? The best way to find out is to come in and take a test drive at any one of our convenient locations. One of our mobility consultant will be happy to assist you in evaluating your situation, and paring you with the vehicle that best suits your present and future needs.


BraunAbility® Toyota Power In-Floor Wheelchair Van Conversion

BraunAbility Toyota Sienna In-floor wheelchair van

The Toyota Power In-Floor is BraunAbility’s low maintenance, hidden ramp model. Spacious enough to accommodate the entry and exit of wheelchair users sitting up to 54 inches in height, this unobtrusive, stow n’ go ramp system is a breeze to operate. The in-floor ramp design eliminates the traditional folding ramp that blocks the entry of the doorway, allowing for obstruction free loading of passengers to the third row seating.  In addition to its unique in-floor ramp design, the Toyota Power In-Floor wheelchair van features BraunAbility’s long list of standard features: single touch power entry and exit system, power sliding doors, automatic kneeling system (which helps reduce ramp angle), and removable front seats to allow for up-front passenger or from-the-chair driving.

Quiet Drive™ On The Toyota Power In-Floor

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.

Fully Automatic Sliding Door And Accessible Ramp

On the Toyota Power In-Floor, the vehicles sliding side doors and ramp are both power for ease of operation. By activating the open or close command on the vehicles factory key-less remote, or use of interior switches, the door will open or close and deploy or stow the in-floor ramp. In an event of power failure, the ramp can be easily operated manually.

The ramp on the Power In-Floor handicap van is 30.25 inches wide and is made of lightweight aluminum with a load capacity of 1000 lbs. The ramps surface is power coated with a durable non-skid, slotted finish that ensures superior traction and aids in the removal of debris. The smooth transition plate lowers the traditional elevated joint, found in comparable wheelchair vans, allowing for a reduced elevation for manual wheelchair users.

BraunAbility Toyota Power In-Floor wheelchair ramp

Auto Kneeling Feature

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

Lowered Floor

As part of the conversion process, the floor of the Toyota Power In-Floor is lowered from the firewall (just behind the engine), to the rear axle. This lowering of the floor does two things: First it allows for a taller door entry of 54 inches to allow for unobscured entry. Second, it provides a wheelchair user a direct line of sight while either driving or riding as a passenger. (For a taller door height opening, see Fold-Out XT model.)

Removable Seating

Standard on the Power In-Floor, the front seats of van are easily removed to allow access for a wheelchair user to either drive from his or her chair with the assistance of hand controls, or ride as a passenger up front. The seats are easily unlocked at the base and rolled away for easy storage, and can be reinstalled anytime.


Toyota Power XL Handicap Accessible Wheelchair Van From BraunAbility®

BraunAbility Toyota Power XL fold-out wheelchair accessible van

Using the Toyota Sienna chassis, the Toyota Power XL model features one of the largest door openings in its class thanks to its 14-inch lowered floor. This is the go to option for taller wheelchair users who need a taller door opening to enter and exit the vehicle. The door opening on the Power XT is 56 inches.

Easy to operate, this handicap accessible wheelchair van boasts a spacious interior and numerous advanced features like: single touch power entry and exit system, power sliding doors, power wheelchair / scooter ramp, automatic kneeling system (which helps reduce ramp angle), tumble and roll third row seats, and removable front seats to allow for up-front passenger or from-the-chair driving.

Quiet Drive™ On The Toyota Sienna Power XL

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.

Fully Automatic Sliding Door And Accessible Ramp

On the Toyota Power XL, the vehicles sliding side doors and fold-out ramp are both power for ease of operation. By activating the open or close command on the vehicles factory key-less remote, or use of interior switches, the door will open or close and deploy or stow the on-board ramp. In an event of power failure, the ramp can be easily operated manually.

The ramp on the Power XL wheelchair van is 29.25 inches wide and is made of lightweight aluminum with a load capacity of 1000 pounds. The ramps surface is power coated with a durable non-skid, slotted finish that ensures superior traction and reduces the accumulation of debris. 

BraunAbility Toyota Power XL wheelchair van interior with fold-out ramp

Auto Kneeling Feature

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

Lowered Floor

As part of the conversion process, the floor of the Toyota Sienna Power XL is lowered up to fourteen inches from the firewall (just behind the engine), to the rear axle. This lowering of the floor does two things: First it allows for a taller door entry of 56 inches to allow for unobscured entry. Second, it provides a wheelchair user a direct line of sight while either driving or riding as a passenger. In 2017, Braun upgraded its’ XT models to the all-new XL conversion. The XL conversion features an additional 6 inches of floor space behind the front seats; creating more interior space to accommodate today’s larger chairs. (For a smaller door height opening, refer to non-XL model vehicles.)

Removable Seating

Standard on the Power XL, the front seats of van are easily removed to allow access for a wheelchair user to either drive from his or her chair with the assistance of hand controls, or ride as a passenger up front. The seats are easily unlocked at the base and rolled away for easy storage, and can be reinstalled anytime.


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