Rear Entry Wheelchair Accessible Vans

Versatility and value are just two of the benefits that make a rear-entry wheelchair van an appealing choice for many families. From seating flexibility to headache-free parking, a rear-entry wheelchair van makes travel straightforward and easy, whether you’re headed around the corner or across the country. Here’s what you can expect from a rear-entry conversion van:

  • Lowered Floor

    The partially lowered floor typically makes a rear-entry conversion less expensive

  • Wheelchair Positions

    Depending on their size, two wheelchairs may be able to fit in some rear-entry vehicles

  • No Additional Parking Space

    No additional parking space is needed next to the vehicle to deploy a ramp out the rear hatch

Popular Options:

  • DOT safety kit with a fire extinguisher, first aid kit, and body-fluid cleanup kit
  • Third-row fold-down seat when wheelchair positions are unoccupied

Chassis Options:

  •  Dodge Grand Caravan fold-out ramp wheelchair accessible van
  • Ford Transit Connect wheelchair van
  • Mercedes Metris wheelchair conversion
  • Toyota Sienna accessible minivan
  • Chrysler Pacifica accessible van
BraunAbility Toyota Sienna Longcut

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BraunAbility Toyota Longcut

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