BraunAbility, Toyota Sienna, Rear-Entry Handicap Wheelchair Accessible Vans For Sale
Beginning With 2021 Model Year, Toyota Sienna Wheelchair Accessible Vans Will ONLY Be Available In A Hybrid
The BraunAbility®, Toyota Sienna, rear-entry wheelchair accessible van is built with a manual wheelchair ramp conversion. The ramp is 32 inches wide and designed to be economical. In fact, the Toyota rear-entry wheelchair accessible van is highly accommodating to fit the largest of wheelchairs & power-chairs, even two wheelchair users simultaneously. For ambulatory passengers, there are various seating options available.
BraunAbility’s ,Toyota Sienna, 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, handicap wheelchair accessible vans, the ramps location provides convenience and flexibility by providing the additional freedom to park in traditional parking spaces.
Quiet Drive™ On BraunAbility® Rear-Entry Handicap Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles
Quiet Drive™ is an advanced noise reducing process. This process is exclusively found on the full-line of, BraunAbility® wheelchair accessible van conversions after 2012. The advanced design works to reduce road noise and vibration up to 25%. 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.
Manual, Fold-Out Wheelchair Ramp Options
The ramp on the BraunAbility®, Toyota Sienna, Rear-Entry handicap wheelchair accessible van is available in a manually operated version. Power ramp option is no longer available. The ramp itself is 32 inches wide and made of lightweight aluminum alloy with a load capacity of 800 pounds. The ramps surface is also powder-coated with a durable non-skid finish and is slotted to aide in the removal of debris.
Lowered Floor Conversion
As part of the conversion process, the floor of a rear-entry wheelchair van 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 for taller, seated wheelchair users. Second, it provides the wheelchair user a direct line-of-sight while riding as a passenger.
Flip & Fold Seating Options
On rear-entry wheelchair van conversions, there are various seating options for ambulatory passengers available. The most common is the mid-row, flip & fold seating. These seats can be easily flipped up and placed out of the way when not in use to provide a wheelchair user additional interior space. When flipped out of the way, the result also allows enough room to transport two wheelchair users at the same time. There is also an optional third-row, folding bench seat for even more ambulatory seating if needed.
|Usable Ramp Width||A||32″|
|Wheelchair Channel Length||B||87″|
|Usable Ramp Width||C||32″|
|Rear-Hatch Opening Height||D||54″|
|Distance Between Aftermarket Mid-Row Seats||E||25″|
|Angle of Ramp||F||9.5 Degrees|
|Length of Ramp||G||56″|
|Overall Vehicle Height||77.5″|
|Ramp Load Capacity||1000 lbs.|