Honda Wheelchair Vans
- Honda vans are known for their excellent fuel efficiency and superior-strength body structure, making the Honda Odyssey one of the safest wheelchair-accessible vans on the market.
- Honda wheelchair vans are available in both side-entry and rear-entry conversions. In addition, consumers can choose from fold-out or in-floor ramps that can be either manual or automatic.
- In addition to style and comfortability, the Honda Odyssey was ranked #1 minivan by U.S. News & World Report in 2022.
Rear-Entry Honda Odyssey
The Honda Odyssey LX, EX, Touring, and Touring Elite are available for rear-entry conversion. Below are a few benefits of a rear-entry Honda Odyssey handicap van:
- Rear-entry vans are typically more affordable than side-entry vans.
- Rear-entry vans are more widely available than side-entry vans.
- Attendants traveling with wheelchair users are able to be seated next to the wheelchair while in motion.
- Rear-entry vans make entering and exiting the vehicle as barrier-free for wheelchairs as possible, as well as providing easy entry and exit to and from the back seats.
- Rear-entry vehicles offer more parking flexibility.
- Rear-entry van ramps are wider and can accommodate a variety of wheelchair sizes.
- Rear-entry wheelchair vans provide more seating positions inside the vehicle when fold-down rear benches and center seats are maintained, making them an excellent choice for large families.
Side-Entry Honda Odyssey
The Honda Odyssey wheelchair van is also available for side-entry conversion. Below are a few benefits of a side-entry conversion on the Honda Odyssey:
- Flexible floor plan configurations.
- Wheelchair users are able to drive the vehicle from their wheelchair or sit in the front passenger seat area with proper outfitting.
- Vehicle can be exited with the wheelchair facing forwards or backward, depending on the user’s preference.
- Multiple ramp options, including manual and power, fold-out ramps and in-floor ramps that stow under the van once the door is closed.
- Lowered-floor design that offers more accessibility to the driver’s seat, as well as more room when entering, exiting and traveling in the vehicle.