WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE MINI VANS
The Perfect Solution for All Wheelchairs
Wheelchair accessible minivans are a perfect solution for people who use wheelchair or scooters because of their large interiors. Clock Mobility converts Chrysler Pacifica, Chrysler Voyager, Toyota Sienna, and Honda Odyssey minivans for wheelchair use. Minivans are ideal for people with disabilities because the sliding doors allow for entry of wide mobility equipment, the floors are modified to safely secure wheelchairs to the floor (they’re even crash tested to be safe), and with additional accessories provided by Clock’s Service Department, they can be custom outfitted to your needs. Assessing your needs and providing custom mobility equipment allows these vehicles to meet the needs of almost any person. See our Unique Modifications page to see some of the modifications we’ve done.
Our minivans feature lowered floors and are crash tested to ensure safety while driving. Beyond lowered floor minivans we can also modify other vehicles with wheelchair/scooter lifts and loader devices or restraint systems.
Clock Mobility is proud to be a BraunAbility and VMI dealer, the two most trusted conversion companies in America. In fact, our founder, Don Clock worked hand-in-hand with Ralph Braun to start the mobility industry over 35 years ago. Because of our experience we can uniquely provide the exact wheelchair accessible solutions you need, keeping you and your loved ones safe.
Explore Our Inventory Of Mini Vans
Chrysler Pacifica Foldout XT
The rebirth of the Chrysler Pacifica has ignited the desire for a luxurious minivan all over again. Now with multiple drivetrains and options, the Pacifica is the perfect companion for all your travel and commuting needs. The Foldout XT offers a range of design features that allow for easy entry, exit and general usage. In addition, with over 56″ of clearance through the sliding door, the Foldout XT conversion makes it easier for many passengers to use the wheelchair lift safely and comfortably.
Chrysler Pacifica Infloor
The rebirth of the Chrysler Pacifica has ignited the desire for a luxurious minivan all over again. Now with multiple drivetrains and options, the Pacifica is the perfect companion for all your travel and commuting needs. The in-floor conversion allows the entry ramp to disappear into the floor, leaving the interior of the vehicle in tact. This model offers a range of design features that allow for easy entry, exit and general usage. In addition, with over 56″ of clearance through the sliding door, this conversion makes it easier for many passengers to use the wheelchair lift safely and comfortably.
Side Entry All Wheel Drive
Toyota Sienna Hybrid In-Floor by VMI
Tackle all types of terrain with the all-wheel-drive wheelchair van made by Toyota and VMI. With a 5.6″ ground clearance, 56.1″ door opening, 30″ wide ramp, and in-floor ramp rated for 1,000 pounds, this is the new standard in wheelchair accessible vehicles. Tame the Michigan streets with a vehicle that can handle all weather conditions, including show. An industry first, the van also features a unique wheel well cover giving the van a more SUV like appearance while offering the benefits of Access360 maneuverability and a combined 35 MPG fuel efficiency (rating by Toyota before modification).
The Power Foldout features a lowered floor from the front of the driver and passenger seats to the rear bench seat, power fold-out ramp, power auto-kneel system, lowered driver side sliding door sill, easy-out passenger and drive seats, under carriage spare tire storage and more.
Power Foldout XT
Just like the Power Foldout, the XT offers a range of design features that allow for easy entry, exit and general usage. In addition, with over 56″ of clearance through the sliding door, the Power Foldout XT conversion makes it easier for many passengers to use the wheelchair lift safely and comfortably.
The Companion Van offers the accessibility of a traditional lowered-floor mobility van in a streamlined, economical package. Seating up to four ambulatory adults with one wheelchair secure position, this conversion could be the answer if you require a budget-friendly solution.
Toyota Foldout XT
The Toyota Sienna with BraunAbility’s Foldout XT Conversion offers wheelchair accessible travel in one of the safest wheelchair vans on the road today. This conversion is great for anyone who drives using hand controls or who rides in their wheelchair in the front right position.
The Honda Odyssey has been praised by experts and loyal customers for its design and maneuverability. The Odyssey is the only minivan on the road with a rear independent suspension. With only minor suspension modifications, this is the smoothest wheelchair van on the market.
Chrysler Pacifica RE
The Chrysler Pacifica RE wheelchair van features a 56″ doorway height and a 34.5″ wide manual ramp, allowing clearance for those with taller and wider wheelchairs. This wheelchair van has Flip N’ Fold seating in the second row, which allows for flexible and versatile seating options.
Available with both a manual or power ramp, the Dodge RE wheelchair van is a great choice for wheelchair users who travel with an attendant but don’t want a wheelchair lift. Streamlined and economical, they are the perfect handicap van for travelers on a budget.
The Toyota RE features a lowered floor from just behind the front seats all the way to the rear of the van with room for two wheelchairs when the seats are folded up. If you’re looking for a budget-friendly wheelchair van, the RE is a solid, reliable choice. Available with manual ramp.
In addition to modifying vans, we also perform modifications to vehicles used by nursing homes, hospitals and municipalities. These conversions require adherence to strict guidelines. Clock Mobility has a long history of modifying commercial vehicles for organizations throughout the country.
BraunAbility Toyota Sienna Hybrid
This brand new Hybrid conversion from BraunAbility provides the best in fuel efficiency by offering the driver 36 mpg on the highway and in the city. An extra-wide doorway and ramp, combined with enhanced interior cabin space, provide access for even the largest wheelchairs. This vehicle combines the best of Toyota and BraunAbility in what promises to be a crowd favorite with families everywhere.