Starting with the 2021 model year, Toyota will no longer produce a gas-only Toyota Sienna minivan. The only chassis option from now on will feature Toyota’s new hybrid powertrain. Therefore, every new 2021 or newer Toyota Sienna wheelchair van will be built on this new hybrid chassis.
The 2021 Toyota Sienna Hybrid with BraunAbility’s wheelchair van conversion boasts the latest technology & safety features and the same spacious interior many Toyota owners have come to appreciate.
Despite changing to a hybrid, the Toyota Sienna wheelchair van conversion still features one of its class’s most immense door openings, thanks to its 14-inch lowered floor. For this, the Toyota Sienna handicap van remains one of the top choices for taller wheelchair users who need the added interior height and a taller door opening of 56 inches to enter and exit the vehicle safely.
The combined fuel economy up to 36 MPG is not too shabby either!
Custom Console With Integrated
Cup Holders & USB Ports
4-Zone Climate Control
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The new BraunAbility® Toyota Sienna Hybrid wheelchair-accessible van’s ramp system remains a power fold-out unit inside the doorway of the vehicle’s passenger side. The ramp is deployed and stowed inside the vehicle for those new to mobility vans by utilizing the factory key fob or set of switches found throughout the interior. And, for those who think of everything, the ramp has a backup power system in the event of a power failure, and it can be easily operated manually if necessary.
The Toyota Sienna hybrid Power Fold-Out XL ramp is 29.25 inches wide and lightweight aluminum. It has a load capacity of up to 1000 lbs.
1000 lbs. capacity.
To help reduce the ramp angle and make it easier to enter and exit the vehicle, every BraunAbility® Power Fold-Out XL Toyota Sienna handicap van includes an automatic suspension kneeling system. This system is automatically activated and engaged once the command is given to start and deploy the ramp for use.
Once the kneeling system is engaged, an electronic actuator lowers the van’s ramp side, thus reducing the vehicle’s ramp angle. If a kneeling system is not needed or desired, this option can be turned off from the cabin.
Part of the wheelchair van conversion process at Braunability®, the Power Fold-Out XL Toyota Sienna hybrid handicap van floor is lowered 14 inches from the firewall (just behind the engine) to the rear axle. This lowering of the floor does two things. First, it creates a taller door entry height of 56 inches for taller seated wheelchair users. Second, it provides wheelchair users a direct line of sight while driving or riding as a passenger inside the vehicle.
BraunAbility®, Power Fold-Out XL Toyota Sienna hybrid wheelchair vans feature removable front seating. The driver seat can be removed to allow a wheelchair user to drive directly from their chair, and the passenger seat can be removed so they can ride as a passenger up-front.
The seats are easily unlocked at the base, rolled away for easy storage, and can be reinstalled anytime. In addition, the new seating option on the Toyota Sienna hybrid now includes additional factory armrests. There is even the option to have heated & ventilated seating (select Toyota models).
|Usable Door Opening Width||A||31″|
|Usable Door Opening Height||B||56″|
|Inside Center Height||C||60.5″|
|Height at Driver & Passenger Position||D||59.5″|
|Length of Ramp||E||52″|
|Usable Ramp Width||F||29.25″|
|Angle of Ramp||G||9 Degrees|
|Length of Floor Behind Front Seats||H||57″|
|Overall Floor Length||I||87.5″|
|Interior Width at Rear Doors||J||65″|
|Width of Interior at B-Pillars||K||59″|
|Ground Clearance (unloaded)||L||5″|
|Driver Clearance (From Center Console to Door||N||28″|
|Passenger Clearance (From Center Console to Door||O||27″|