If you’ve answered yes, you’ve come to the right place! Superior Van & Mobility is here to guide you through the mobility process and help you understand the many differences between wheelchair van conversion types.
Below, we’ve organized types of wheelchair van & handicap SUV conversions by chassis type. Easily compare specifications on accessible vehicles built by the two largest manufacturers globally, BraunAbility & Vantage Mobility.
When you are ready to discuss which accessible van or handicap SUV conversion will work best, contact one of our certified mobility consultants. They will assess your situation and needs, then match vehicles & conversions for the perfect fit.
Get details here on Dodge Caravan wheelchair van conversion types. These are still available as used & pre-owned vehicles.
Get details here on Chrysler Pacifica & Chrysler Voyager wheelchair van conversion types
Get details & specifications on current Honda Odyssey handicap wheelchair-accessible conversions
Get detailed information on the various types of Toyota Sienna wheelchair van conversions from the top manufacturers
Get details & specifications on the Chevrolet Traverse handicap-accessible wheelchair SUV from BraunAbility
Get details and specifications here on the Tempest luxury full-size wheelchair van conversion
Get details here if your existing, non-converted minivan can be transformed into a wheelchair-accessible vehicle, and SAVE!
Do you have questions? Feel free to review our comprehensive FAQ page for answers. We added a section below for first-time buyers with valuable information that could save you from a significant financial mistake.
We cannot stress enough the importance of doing homework before purchasing, especially if this is your first wheelchair-accessible vehicle.
We know you have options regarding accessible vans for sale or adaptive equipment. However, making the wrong choice can be very costly and even dangerous to you and your loved ones. (View this video by one of our customers who bought online, sight unseen, before coming to Superior.)
Buying adaptive equipment or a handicap-accessible vehicle online sight unseen is not something you should consider lightly. Do you want to take a chance if your purchase fits your needs from a person on a phone or computer hundreds of miles away? This person, whose primary focus is hitting their sales goal and their next commission check?
STOP! Take your time and do your research.
You deserve better! You deserve Superior Van & Mobility!
At Superior Van & Mobility, first and foremost, you’ll find that our teams are not made up of sales consultants. Our teams comprise of mobility consultants, and NONE OF THEM are paid on commission.
In addition, we have storefront locations, service departments, and a team of certified professionals who genuinely care about you and your family’s needs.
Answers to all your questions and help are always a phone call away!
Are you still considering buying a new or used wheelchair van from an online-only retailer? If we can provide you with any advice, that would be to please do your research thoroughly!
Be sure you compare apples to apples. Because not all handicap van conversion manufacturers use OEM-approved parts or the best build methods.
The wheelchair van conversion industry is somewhat loosely regulated. Many handicap-accessible vehicle converters sell their products online and do not even crash-test the products they build! But that’s not all. Many make their vehicles using substandard materials and compromise factory OEM components, like brake lines and wiring harnesses.
If you want to learn more about build quality and why it is essential, please review this video series from BraunAbility, called “Straight Talk.” This video series does an outstanding job explaining and showing the different aspects of the conversion processes and the shortcuts many online-only wheelchair van converters make.
One last tip, and this one is crucial!
When working with a mobility dealer, either an online-only retailer or one in your community like Superior Van & Mobility, be sure they are members of the National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association (NMEDA). NMEDA is the one organization to PROTECT YOU by regulating wheelchair-accessible vehicle manufacturers and the mobility dealer network.
Mobility dealers members of NMEDA must adhere to strict guidelines in selling, servicing, reconditioning, and installing adaptive equipment into any vehicle. For manufacturers that are members, it is required that they MUST crash-test their vehicles, adhere to strict manufacturing guidelines, and routinely undergo compliance reviews.
Buyer, beware, if you don’t see NMEDA certification associated with a dealer you are working with, you should look to do business elsewhere. Use the dealer locator to see if the dealer you are working with is a member.
Superior Van and Mobility is a National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association (NMEDA) member and an accredited Quality Assurance Program (QAP) dealer. We also have one of the highest customer satisfaction ratings, if not the highest. Check out our Google, TrustPilot, FEEFO, and To Your Success listings.