Wheelchair-Accessible Dodge Grand Caravan Interior

Get this conversion before it’s gone!

The wheelchair-accessible Dodge Grand Caravan was a long-time favorite minivan for conversion companies everywhere. So it was a sad day when Fiat-Chrysler announced they would discontinue the classic, affordable minivan.

If the Dodge Grand Caravan is the vehicle you’ve been looking for, now is the time for us to talk. Aero Mobility in Anaheim, CA still has many remaining models ready to drive off or lot. We are still able to customize your conversion including wheelchair securement installation, swivel seat install, EZ lock placement, and transfer seats.

See our available inventory here. Read below for more dimensions, specs, and features information.

Wheelchair-Accessible Dodge Grand Caravan Dimensions

Aero Mobility is a direct dealer for the BraunAbility, Freedom Motors, and Vantage Mobility (VMI) handicap conversion on the Dodge Grand Caravan. You can find the dimensions for the rear-entry and the side-entry conversions below.

Rear-Entry Conversion Dimensions

These are the dimensions for a rear-entry conversion on the Dodge Grand Caravan from Freedom Motors USA.

  • Door Height: 53.5 inches, or ADA 56 inches
  • Ramp Width: 30 inches automatic or 34 inches manual
  • Ramp Length: 40 inches automatic, or 58 inches manual

Side-Entry Conversion Dimensions – BraunAbility

Read the side-entry dimensions of the BraunAbility accessible conversion on the Dodge Grand Caravan.

  • Door Opening Height: 52.5 inches
  • Door Opening Width: 31.5 inches
  • Ramp Width: 29.25 inches
  • Floor Length All Usable: 87.5 inches
  • Floor Length Center: 57 inches
  • Floor Width B-pillars: 62 inches
  • Ramp Angle: 12.2°
  • Ramp Weight Capacity : 1,000-lb

Side-Entry Conversion Dimensions – Vantage Mobility (VMI)

Find the Vantage Mobility accessible conversion on the Dodge Grand Caravan dimensions below.

  • Door Opening Height: 52.5 inches
  • Door Opening Width: 31.5 inches
  • Ramp Width: 29.25 inches
  • Floor Length All Usable: 87.5 inches
  • Floor Length Center: 57 inches
  • Floor Width B-pillars: 62 inches
  • Ramp Angle: 12.2°
  • Ramp Weight Capacity : 1,000-lb

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Wheelchair-Accessible Kia Sorento Interior

The rear-entry wheelchair-accessible Kia Sorento conversion from Freedom Motors USA
The rear-entry wheelchair-accessible Kia Sorento conversion from Freedom Motors USA

The wheelchair-accessible Kia Sorento is a popular conversion from Freedom Motors USA because it’s affordability in a midsized SUV option. It’s ideal for smaller wheelchair users whom travel with a caregiver that can operate the vehicle. Now available in a automatic and a manual rear-entry ramp. Aero Mobility is the authorized direct mobility dealership in California for the Kia Sorento conversion from Freedom Motors USA.

You can shop our available models here or request a test drive.

The wheelchair-accessible Kia Sorento is now available with an automatic rear ramp
The wheelchair-accessible Kia Sorento is now available with an automatic rear ramp

Dimensions

See the dimensions for the wheelchair-accessible Kia Sorento conversion below. Equipped with a 30″ manual or automatic rear-entry ramp.

  • Door Opening Height: 54 inches
  • Door Opening Width: 30 inches
  • Ramp Width: 30 inches
  • Ramp Length: 36 inches
  • Interior Height: 56 inches
  • Ground Clearance: 8°
The wheelchair users sits between the center row bucket seats in the accessible Kia Sorento
The wheelchair users sits between the center row bucket seats in the accessible Kia Sorento

Warranty on the Conversion

This conversion comes standard with a 3-Year / 36,000 Mile Warranty on a new rear-entry conversion from Freedom Motors USA.

Aero Mobility is certified to service, repair, and maintain the SUV conversion.

Kia Sorento Features

Rear-view camera on the wheelchair-accessible Kia Sorento
Rear-view camera on the wheelchair-accessible Kia Sorento

The Kia Sorento is known for its beauty and brawn. One of the few accessible conversions that is capable of off-roading, extra storage capacity, and high-end tech features. Learn more about these great features below.

New for the 2021 Kia Sorento, an interior wireless charging station
New for the 2021 Kia Sorento, an interior wireless charging station
  • 8-inch Touchscreen Display with Rear-View Camera
  • Remote Keyless Entry
  • Six (6) USB Ports
  • Wireless AppleCarPlay® and Android Auto™
  • Lane Keep Assist Technology
  • Lane Follow Assist Technology
  • Driver Attention Warning

Models S, EX, SX Upgrades include:

Dual moonroof opens the entire interior of the wheelchair-accessible Kia Sorento
Dual moonroof opens the entire interior of the wheelchair-accessible Kia Sorento
  • Heated Front Seats
  • Blind Spot Detection
  • SynTex Seating Material
  • Push Button Start
  • Rear Cross-Traffic Alert
  • Rear Occupant Alert
  • 10.25-inche Touchscreen
  • Navigation

At Aero Mobility we offer no obligation home demos or you can book a teat drive at our headquarters in Anaheim, CA. We offer free evaluations, or a ‘Needs Analysis,’ to weigh, measure, and fit your chair for this vehicle.

The rear-entry conversion of the Kia Sorento. Available at Aero Mobility in Anaheim, CA
The rear-entry conversion of the Kia Sorento. Available at Aero Mobility in Anaheim, CA

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Wheelchair-Accessible Honda Odyssey Interior

Features, Specs, and Dimensions

The wheelchair-accessible Honda Odyssey is a premium, luxury conversion. We sell a wide selection of both BraunAbility and Vantage Mobility (VMI) handicap accessible conversions on the Honda.

The 2020-21 models come with velvety soft leather seats, 360° rearview camera, and a large touchscreen display. Upgraded design for comfort, with integrated technology, and more speakers throughout the cabin for fuller sound. Learn more about the conversion of the wheelchair-accessible Honda Odyssey below, including features and dimensions.

Wheelchair-Accessible Honda Odyssey Dimensions

BraunAbility's conversion on the Honda Odyssey.
BraunAbility’s conversion on the Honda Odyssey.

BraunAbility Conversion

  • Door Opening Height: 55″
  • Door Opening Width: 30.5
  • Ramp Width: 28.3″
  • Useable Floor Length: 91.5″
  • Floor Length Center: 57″
  • Floor Width B Pillars: 60.5″
  • Ramp Angle: 10.5°

Vantage Mobility (VMI) Conversion

Vantage Mobility (VMI) conversion on the Honda Odyssey.
Vantage Mobility’s conversion of the Honda Odyssey.
  • A – Door Opening Height: 55.25″
  • B – Door Opening Width: 30.5″
  • C – Interior Height at Center Position: 59″
  • D – Interior Height at Front Position: 58″
  • E – Ramp Angle: 8.56°
  • F – Ramp Length: 58.3″
  • G – Ramp Width: 30″
  • H – Floor Length: 92″
  • I – Floor Length Behind Front Seat: 59″
  • J – Floor Width at Mid-Row: 66″

Ease of Mind Safety

The exterior of the BraunAbility conversion on the Honda Odyssey.
The exterior of the BraunAbility conversion on the Honda Odyssey.

If safety is your top priority, this is the minivan for you. The 2020 Honda Odyssey is ranked #1 by U.S. News & Report for Best Minivans for Families. Kelley Blue Book award the vehicle as a 2020 & 2021 Best Buy. Not stopping there, the coveted Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) Top Safety Pick+ went to the Honda Odyssey. With features like land-departure assist, blind-spot detection, 360° rearview multiangle camera,

Honda Odyssey Technology

Considered the modern take on the minivan design, the Honda Odyssey comes with some of the most unique technology features. We’re talking Wi-Fi enabled hotspots, exclusive CabinControl® which allows users to select the media to play or change the temperature, and CabinTalk® to communicate via headset. Imagine wireless charging, ApplePlay™, and Android Music compatibility. There’s even optional screens in the back of the headrest. It’s basically an entertainment system on wheels.

Wheelchair-Accessible Honda Delivery

Free local delivery across LA and Orange counties. We are located in Anaheim, CA or we can visit you for a free home demo. Nationwide shipping available for extra.

First Time Buyer?

Check out our Buyer’s Guide on starting the wheelchair adapted vehicle buying process. We can help you with your ‘Needs Analysis,’ plus weigh and measure your chair for an exact fit.

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Wheelchair-Accessible Dodge Grand Caravan Discontinued

What will replace the popular model across the U.S.?

The wheelchair-accessible Dodge Grand Caravan Northstar conversion from Vantage Mobility (VMI).
The Vantage Mobility (VMI) Northstar conversion on the Dodge Grand Caravan.

The wheelchair-accessible Dodge Grand Caravan is no more. Fiat Chrysler announced in early 2020 that the Dodge Grand Caravan was discontinued to the dismay of mobility manufacturers everywhere. The last model rolled off production lines in May 2020. So what will replace the most popular wheelchair-accessible minivan? And how can you get your hands on the last of the models?

In 2017 the Chrysler Pacifica replaced the classic Town & Country, another a staple of the mobility vehicle industry. Again Chrysler will take the reins reintroducing the Voyager, Fiat Chrysler’s 2021 self-proclaimed ‘Most Affordable Minivan in America.’

Will I still be able to buy a wheelchair-accessible Dodge?

Thankfully, we still have several converted models available but there is a limited supply that won’t last. We will be able to continue to custom convert the wheelchair-accessible Dodge Grand Caravan on 2016 or newer models with less than 50k miles, and no prior accidents. You can shop our current inventory or contact us here to see if we can customize your Dodge before it’s too late.

Wheelchair-Accessible Dodge Replacement Options

The wheelchair-accessible Dodge Grand Caravan Kneelvan conversion from Freedom Motors USA.
The wheelchair-accessible Dodge Grand Caravan Kneelvan conversion from Freedom Motors USA.

Unfortunately, BraunAbility, Vantage Mobility (VMI), nor Freedom Motors USA have announced any plans to convert the Chrysler Voyager. In the meantime we do have a limited supply of Dodge’s but can offer a similar conversion on the Chrysler Pacifica. It’s a slightly more expensive vehicle but the features are step-up with standard leather, backup camera, large touchscreen, and it’s available in both a rear-entry or side-entry ramp. Click here to browse our current available inventory.

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Wheelchair-Accessible Chevy Traverse Interior

Features and Dimensions

View the exterior of the side-entry wheelchair-accessible Chevy Traverse
The all-new Chevy Traverse conversion from BraunAbility.

The wheelchair-accessible Chevrolet Traverse has finally arrived at Aero Mobility in Anaheim, CA. After shipping delays in 2020 due to COVID-19, the latest accessible SUV to hit the market is here just in time for Valentine’s Day.

Built to replace the Ford Explorer MXV, the newest conversion from BraunAbility offers 46% more space – almost as much as a Toyota Sienna but with the functionality of an SUV. Continue reading to find the dimensions and features of this handicap-accessible conversion.

Wheelchair-Accessible Chevy Traverse Dimensions

After conversion, the Chevy Traverse dimensions are below:

2020 Chevy Traverse Dimensions
  • A – Usable Door Opening Width: 30.5 inches
  • B – Usable Door Opening Height (middle of the door): 54.5 inches
  • C – Interior Height (middle of the vehicle): 59 inches
  • D – Interior Height of Drive & Passenger in Seated Position: 58 inches
  • E – Ramp Length: 52 inches
  • F – Ramp Width: 30.25 inches
  • G – Ramp Angle: 9°
  • H – Length of Floor: 57 inches
  • I – Overall Length of Floor (seats removed) 90.25 inches
  • J – Center Floor Interior Width with Side Door Open: 64.25 inches
  • K – Width of Floor at B-Pillars: 57 inches
  • 1,000 lbs. Ramp Weight Capacity

Learn About the Newest Accessible SUV from BraunAbility

The most spacious cargo room is now available in a wheelchair-accessible conversion. There’s room for seven passengers, including two chair riders, with plenty of space for the whole family. Equipped with a wide 30.25″ in-floor automatic ramp that helps keep out harmful dirt and debris.

Extra wide 30.25" in-floor power ramp.
Extra wide 30.25″ in-floor power ramp.

Wheelchair-Accessible Chevy Traverse Features

  • Side-entry with automatic 30.25″ in-floor ramp
  • Removable front seats
  • More rear cabin space
  • Sliding shifter console
  • Seats three 3rd-row passengers
  • Driver-side fuel fill
  • Dual-arm sliding door
  • Transfer seat capable
  • Fits up to two wheelchairs
  • Full-length, third-row footrest 
  • Lighted ramp for easy night-time navigating
  • Removable cupholders
The wheelchair-accessible Chevy Traverse is a great option for independent drivers and multi-chair travelers.
The wheelchair-accessible Chevy Traverse is a great option for independent drivers and multi-chair travelers.

Independent Drivers

Sliding shifter to increase room for wheelchair drivers or passengers.
Sliding shifter to increase room for wheelchair drivers or passengers.

The wheelchair-accessible Chevy Traverse is great for independent drivers. The gas tank is on the driver’s side allowing the ramp to deploy and chair users to exit and still use the pump. The shifter has been customized to move left or right making even more room for a chair user to ride or drive. This vehicle can also be equipped with transfer seating or customized with adaptive hand controls and pedals.

Room for Two Wheelchairs

The Accessible Chevy Traverse holds two wheelchair passengers at a time.
The Accessible Chevy Traverse holds two wheelchair passengers at a time.

Removeable glide-out front seats allow for one or two chair users to be able to drive or sit in the front row. The middle row is also capable of securing one or two chair users. A three person back bench allows room for the whole family up to seven people.

Watch BraunAbility demonstrate their latest accessible SUV conversion on the Chevy Traverse.

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Wheelchair-Accessible Kia Soul Interior

Features and Dimensions

View the wheelchair-accessible Kia Soul conversion.
Available with a Rear-Entry Ramp

There’s nothing quite like the unique accessible conversion on the Kia Soul from Freedom Motors USA (FMI). Aero Mobility is your LA & Orange County authorized dealer for this extremely popular handicap accessible conversion.

You’ll find the interior is surprisingly spacious for a compact crossover SUV. The wheelchair-accessible Kia Soul offers comfort, reliability, and efficiency with an affordable price tag.

Prices start in the low to mid-30’s for a new conversion. Aero Mobility can also install custom additions like an automatic transfer seat and adaptive hand controls.

We sell, service, and provide certified ramp maintenance. Or we can custom convert to your specifications. Pick your own color, interior, and upgrades. Available in an automatic or manual rear-entry ramp. See below for more info and vehicle dimensions.

Kia Soul Wheelchair-Accessible Dimensions

Find the wheelchair-accessible Kia Soul dimensions below.

  • Door Height: 52 inches
  • Ramp Width: 32 inches
  • Ramp Length: 46 inches
  • Interior Height: 52 inches
  • Ground Clearance: 5 inches

Great for Independent Drivers

We recommend the Kia Soul as a great option for independent drivers because of it’s variety of adaptable options and new advance driver assistance technology. An automatic transfer seat can be installed that allows an able-bodied user to deploy the front seat, secure their chair in the second row, transfer to the driver or passenger’s seat, and return to it’s original position. Custom pedal and hand controls can also be installed by certified professionals.*

*This process requires a doctor’s prescription, and a consultation with a Certified Drivers Rehabilitation Specialist to obtain your new driver’s license. Contact us for more information.

View the bold exterior of the wheelchair-accessible Kia Soul
Exterior of the Kia Soul

Peace of Mind Ratings

Ease your mind with an overall 4.5-star rating by Kelley Blue Book and earned a ‘Top Pick’ nomination from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) in 2020. Newer models are backed by a 10-Year / 100,000 Mile Warranty on the vehicle, and Freedom Motors offers a 3-Year / 100,000 Mile Warranty on the conversion.

X-Line: Accessibility and Adventure

The X-Line model is Kia’s off-road inspired line with outgoing and adventurous features like 18-inch alloy wheels, a rugged, textured exterior design, satin silver accents, and roof rails.

Wheelchair-Accessible Kia Soul Seats Three Passengers

Kia Soul Technology

  • 10-inch HD Touchscreen Display
  • Wireless Charging (2021 Models)
  • Standard Apple CarPlay®
  • Standard Android Auto™
  • Kia Access App* gives compatible smartphones the ability to remote start, adjust the climate control, or call roadside assistance. Integrates with your Alexa or Google Smart Device subscriptions.

*UVO Link standard on 2021 SX and Turbo models. Requires a paid subscription.

Kia Soul Interior

A complete redesign for 2021 with new high tech features. The interior is available with leather seating, heated and ventilated front seats, and a heated steering wheel providing caretakers and passengers first-class comfort no matter the time of year or length of journey in Anaheim, CA. Upgrade to Navigation package for improved directions with speech reignition.

See the interior of a handicap-accessible Kia Soul.
Kia Soul Interior Features like Ambient Lighting

Wheelchair-Accessible Kia Delivery

Free local delivery across LA and Orange counties. We are located in Anaheim, CA or we can visit you for a free home demo. Nationwide shipping available for extra.

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What to Know When Renting a Wheelchair Van

A few preparations and you’re ready to go

A wheelchair van rental is a great way to travel without the full price tag of ownership. But be aware of prices that are too good to be true or a place that doesn’t ensure proper vehicle inspection.

Safety is the top priority in a wheelchair van rental. Research for authorized mobility rental facilities in your area that adhere to the most up-to-date safety measures and ramp care. Always precheck your vehicle before driving. Test the ramp operation and wheelchair securements for a secure fit. Your rental facility should be able to assist you with any instructions when renting a handicap accessible vehicle.

Go anywhere with a wheelchair accessible vehicle rental from Aero Mobility
Go anywhere with a wheelchair accessible vehicle rental from Aero Mobility.

Compare Wheelchair Van Rental Rates

Once you find a reputable rental company it’s time to compare rates. Be sure to ask about any hidden fees, necessary deposits, delivery charges, or any additional equipment you may require. Rentals are ideal for short periods of travel but can be rented for longer lengths of time. However, the cost can add up quickly so be sure to check if renting if is the best bank for your buck. Ask about any holds a company may use on your credit or debit card to keep your reservation.

Be sure to share any important travel details with your booking agent like traveling with an extra-wide, tall, or heavy wheelchair, scooter, or power chair. Mention any necessary adaptive driving equipment and be ready to show your operator license. Additional passengers or luggage is also great information to share with your booking agent.

We offer short-term, weekly, and long-term rental rates on 2014 or newer wheelchair vans in and around Orange County and LA County. Click here to learn more about Aero Mobility’s wheelchair van rental program.

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Reviews: Phil C., Long-Time Customer

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Aero Mobility Testimonials and Reviews

Reviews from customers like Phil, who has been with us for 12-years, making him more like family, drives us to provide the ultimate in mobility experiences. Together we have found him reliable transportation, annual vehicle service, two manual wheelchairs, and a full-time powerchair. We look forward to many more years of working together.

“Attention to detail, friendly environment, outstanding customer service”

Phil Caplan
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Thanks for the kind words and the review, Phil. We are happy to serve you. If you’d like see more or leave us a review, click here.

If you’d like to experience personalized care like Phil, let’s connect. Give us some details here and we’ll be in touch soon. Or you can start by reading our Buyer’s Guide.

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Wheelchair-Accessible Chevy Traverse

Coming Spring 2021

Boy, were we sad to learn that the 2020 Ford Explorer MXV was unable to be converted to handicap accessible by BraunAbility. But alas, there is good news on the horizon – BraunAbility has announced a new wheelchair accessible SUV will be entering the game with its 2020 Chevy Traverse with a passenger-side ramp.

We’re taking features like removable front seats, a sliding shifter for added room, an in-floor ramp, light-guided ramp, and optional transfer seat capabilities.

Plus its 46% BIGGER than the Ford Explorer MXV which means you have room for the whole family with third-row seating and room for two wheelchair passengers.

Click here to read more about the Chevy Traverse conversion and features.

Buying a Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle

Getting Started

Step One: Needs Analysis 

How will you use your vehicle most?

The first question is what will be the primary use of the accessible vehicle and for whom. Will this be the primary family vehicle or used infrequently? Will you be operating the vehicle in a garage, in a driveway, parking structure, etc. If the chair user will always travel with a caregiver then both a manual or automatic ramp can be an option. The size and weight of the chair will also impact your vehicle options. 

Step Two: Fitting & Demonstration

Next, we measure your chair.

Next, we measure the chair and start testing some vehicle options to find the best fit. If the chair is heavier than 500 lbs. then we recommend a side-entry heavy-duty ramp or a superwide rear-entry. If the chair user will be accompanied by someone who can operate the ramp, then the options are endless. Chair users who would like to drive from their chair or transfer into the driver’s seat can customize their vehicle to meet their demands.

Step Three: Customization

How can we make this the vehicle of your dreams?

We can do customization, adaptive equipment, and add-on options to make your vehicle uniquely yours. We install hand and feet controls, third-row benches, wheelchair securement, and chair docking stations, plus family options like entertainment packages or seating arrangements. We strive to tailor it to your perfect experience. 

Step Four: Training

Learn to use your vehicle properly.

A positive experience is all in the operation. If you struggle to find the ease of use in your ramp or properly securing the chair passenger, we are here to help with easy to learn training. 

Step Five: Maintenance

Keep your vehicle going stronger, longer.

Like any major purchase, you are going to want to take great care of your investment. Handicap accessible vehicles come with routine maintenance, plus the additional checklist from an accessible ramp conversion. Most manufacturers offer a standard 3-Year / 36,000-mile warranty which requires regular ramp service. Over time, things can begin to rattle, hum, or shift. Our service center can help from oil changes to ramp repairs keeping your vehicle in top shape and safe on the road

Click here to read our full Get Started Guide for Buying a Handicap Conversion Vehicle.