Wheelchair Van Resources

The Mobility Resource (TMR) offers a wide selection of wheelchair vans and SUVs for consumers. Whether you are looking for new handicap vans for sale, used handicap vans for sale, or other handicap vehicles for sale, we’ll help you find a large selection of wheelchair accessible vans and converted SUVs to choose from!

No matter where you are, new and used wheelchair accessible vehicles are available nationwide. We’ll help you find a local dealer who can guide you through the buying process so that you can find the best vehicle for your mobility and financial needs.


Discover a variety of wheelchair van conversion manufacturers who supply our inventory:

    • BraunAbility is an American manufacturer with the largest selection of wheelchair vans and wheelchair lifts.
    • Braun’s commitment to quality, safety and reliability makes them our top choice for handicapped vehicles.
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    • VMI is one of the nation’s largest manufacturers of wheelchair accessible van conversions for persons with disabilities.
    • VMI works closely with OEMs, including Toyota, Honda, Dodge and Chrysler, to develop accessible vehicle conversions.
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    • Driverge is committed to developing innovative vehicle modifications for wheelchair vans, shuttles, and transporters.
    • Driverge’s vehicles are sold by hundreds of mobility dealers nationwide offering Chrysler, Dodge, Ford, Mercedes-Benz, and Toyota handicap vehicles.
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    • AMS is a nationwide handicap van store that manufactures pre-owned vans and vehicles for accessibility.
    • Vehicle inventory includes notable OEMs such as Dodge, Ford, Toyota, Chrysler, Honda and Promaster.
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Find an accessible conversion van from brands you know! The Mobility Resource’s inventory includes wheelchair vans and SUVs from the following Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs):

    • The stylish Chrysler Pacifica is available with several different BraunAbility wheelchair ramp conversions and OEM trim levels for every accessible transportation need.
    • The Chrysler Pacifica is available in both rear and side-entry, in-floor and fold-out ramps.
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    • A welcoming space for the entire family with standard luxury and convenience features, the Toyota Sienna provides plenty of room for wheelchair riders and third-row seating for three.
    • The Toyota Sienna is available in both rear and side-entry, in-floor and fold-out ramps.
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    • Loaded with engaging state-of-the-art features and a roomy interior, the wheelchair accessible Honda Odyssey ensures that everyone enjoys their ride.
    • The Honda Odyssey is available in both rear and side-entry.
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    • The BraunAbility Dodge Grand Caravan has been the most popular handicap van sold in the United States for the past decade.
    • Used Dodge Grand Caravans can be found in both rear and side-entry, in-floor and fold-out ramps.
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    • The latest accessible SUV to enter the mobility industry, BraunAbility's Power In-floor Chevy Traverse provides more space than any other wheelchair SUV on the market.
    • The Chevy Traverse is only available for side-entry.
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    • Ideal for those seeking van alternatives, the Ford Explorer is an excellent wheelchair SUV that boasts both style and functionality. The Ford Explorer is available in side-entry conversion.
    • The Ford Econoline, or E-Series, full-size wheelchair van provides the most interior room and ground clearance. The E-Series utilizes a wheelchair lift instead of a ramp and is available in both side and rear-entry conversion.
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Entry Location

Handicapped vehicles can be found in both rear and side entry—the right selection will depend on your particular circumstances. Keep reading to learn the benefits of each type of conversion.

Rear-Entry Benefits

  • Rear-entry vehicles are generally less expensive.
  • Chrysler, Dodge, Ford, Honda and Toyota offer rear-entry handicap vans.
  • Rear-entry wheelchair vans allow for parking in standard parking spots, without the risk of being “parked-in”.
  • Rear-entry conversions can maintain the center seats, allowing attendants to sit next to the person in the wheelchair which is positioned in the center aisle.
  • Rear-entry handicap vans provide more seating positions inside the vehicle for larger families when fold-down rear benches and center seats are maintained.

Side-Entry Benefits

  • Side-entry vehicles are more common and therefore have a higher resale value.
  • Chrysler, Dodge, Chevy, Ford, Honda and Toyota offer side-entry handicap vans and SUVs.
  • Side-entry wheelchair vans offer more flexibility in terms of floor plan configurations. Users can choose how they want the vehicle seating structured, allowing for increased customization.
  • Side-entry handicap vans give users the ability to drive the vehicle from their chair or sit next to the driver in the front passenger area.
  • The side-entry conversion offers the room to maneuver the wheelchair around inside the vehicle, allowing the wheelchair user to enter and exit the vehicle facing forward. (In a rear-entry wheelchair conversion, the user must exit backing up.)
  • Side-entry van also provides multiple ramp options, including manual and power, fold-out ramps and in-floor ramps that stow under the van once the door is closed.