Our designs emphasize reliability, ease-of-use, and value so that our customers receive the best product for their money. This conversion is built on the RT vehicle family, which includes the Dodge Grand Caravan and Chrysler Town & Country. These models are known for over a decade of consistent production, which means a long-running, reliable vehicle platform for this conversion. This conversion model features an optimized ramp angle and length in order to bypass the need for a kneeling system, while still having enough clearance for speed bumps. This is a “full-cut conversion,” where the entire floor is lowered beneath the second-row seats as well as the driver and passenger seats. This allows the wheelchair user to ride in the second row or next to the driver when the passenger seat is removed.
Dodge Grand Caravan
Chrysler Town & Country
Door Opening Height
Door Opening Width
Interior Lowered Floor Width
Interior Lowered Floor Length (Full Length)
Interior Lowered Floor Length (Mid-Section)*
47” – 52”
Ramp Width (Usable)
Minimum Ground Clearance
*Measurements based on first row seating adjustment range. Due to manufacturing tolerances and environmental factors all dimensions may vary slightly from those shown
Any van offered for sale is owned and sold through Georgia dealers license UCAR04901
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Where Does Our Inventory Come From? A.K.A. "Donor-Vans"
The majority of the vans we source for both our (Mobility Dealer re-sellers) and retail consumers arrive from the large rental car companies such as: Enterprise, Avis, and Budget. When rental vehicles reach pre-determined mileage limits (which vary between rental car companies) they are de-fleeted or removed from inventory, safety inspected, then offered up for sale at public dealer auctions. This is where having long term relationships in place with the Rental-Car Fleet Managers truly pay’s dividends. This relationship also allows us “first-pick” of only the best examples available on the market at that precise moment. In fact, we purchase these (pick of the litter vans) several at a time. In doing so, it reduces our costs by avoiding additional auction and transportation fees, that would otherwise be passed onto you. By avoiding the fiercely competitive used-car market auctions, we’re able to purchase vehicles at a fair price. Unlike the retail automotive giants such as; Carmax, Drivetime, and Carvana. Which end-up paying a premium price for blemished vehicles, simply based upon market pressures to stock available inventory.
In Bob the Builder’s “Market Watch” Adaptive Vans CEO Bob “The Builder” Boston will show you what the current and available used market van prices are. Including special purchases of new vans from various automotive sources if we feel they warrant our attention.
We will then easily categorize them by each manufacturer:
Dodge Caravan, Toyota Sienna, Chrysler Pacifica
This information will then be updated as wholesale market conditions change in real time. With this inside information, you’ll clearly see what you will and should pay for a van PRIOR to the conversion based upon our pass-through, insider-wholesale pricing.
So, take it from me “Bob the Builder”; Don’t overpay for a wheelchair accessible conversion because the competition refuses to provide transparent pricing. Factory direct savings means you pay a fair, non-inflated, transparent, wholesale price for the van AND the best possible conversion price available on the market now.
Give us a call today and allow my experienced Sales Team the opportunity to serve your Family through every step of the process. Because we’re not satisfied until your new accessible van is built, delivered and parked in your driveway!
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