Do you own an unconverted Honda Odyssey, Toyota Sienna, Chevy Traverse, Chrysler Pacifica, or Voyager but need a wheelchair-accessible vehicle? If so, we may have an alternative solution to save you some cash!
BraunAbility® and Vantage Mobility International (VMI), two of the world’s largest converters of handicap vans and wheelchair-accessible vehicles, have a program to convert your existing vehicle and turn it into a wheelchair van or handicap-accessible SUV.
To qualify, your current vehicle must fit within their wheelchair conversion requirements. This can be a tremendous cost-saving option for those with a late-model vehicle fitting within the manufacturer’s current wheelchair conversion requirements.
The wheelchair van conversion cost varies based on your vehicle chassis type, desired conversion, and features needed.
For more details and to determine if converting your existing vehicle is an option, please get in touch with one of our mobility consultants for a FREE consultation.
Below is recent information from BraunAbility and VMI on which vehicle years and types they are currently accepting for wheelchair van conversion and their established requirements.
However, we can also have your van converted by Adaptive Vans. They can convert select Dodge Grand Caravans, Chrysler Pacificas, and Voyagers and have fewer chassis restrictions. This is a great choice if your vehicle is older or has more miles.