The American-born car manufacturer Chevrolet has been serving its customers since 1911. Chevy vehicles have a reputation for using best-in-class safety and technology features in their vehicles, including backup cameras, a 360-degree camera for increased visibility, and multiple power plugs and USB ports for charging convenience. An ideal choice for buyers who look for a cool modern look paired with quality craftsmanship, Americans have been purchasing Chevy vehicles for over 100 years. The all-new Chevrolet Traverse from BraunAbility breaks the wheelchair van model with an accessible SUV.  This spacious and comfortable wheelchair accessible SUV brings a whole new level of style to the market. The Chevrolet Traverse is available in side-entry conversion. The power in-floor ramp provides easy access to the vehicle and slides inside the floor for a clean, roomy interior. In addition to style and comfort, Chevy mobility vehicles come in many affordable options. If you or a loved one are interested in side-entry Chevy conversions, The Mobility Resource offers a variety of new Chevy Traverses for sale. All of our vehicles are available with flexible financing options from The Mobility Resource’s dealer network so that you can find an affordable wheelchair accessible vehicle.
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Chevy Traverse SUV

BraunAbility Chevy Traverse handicap SUV

The side-entry Chevy Traverse offers many benefits, no matter which trim level you choose. Here are a few benefits of a wheelchair-accessible Chevy Traverse:

  • Flexible floor plan configurations with seating for up to five passengers plus the wheelchair user.
  • Wheelchair users are able to drive the vehicle or sit in the passenger seat area with proper outfitting.
  • Vehicle can be exited with the wheelchair facing forwards or backward, depending on the user’s preference.
  • An impressive ramp weight with a minimum capacity of 1,000lbs.
  • The availability of additional mobility equipment depending on the vehicle, including tie-downs and rubberized floors.

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