2011 Toyota Sienna Wheelchair Accessible Mobility van

The 2011 Toyota Sienna wheelchair van is handicap accessible with a rear entry ramp. Better Life Mobility Center is a full service mobility store. We give our customers the ability to live a better life through the use of Wheelchair Accessible Vans, Lifts, Wheelchairs & Scooters. We provide all types of Adaptive Equipment for wheelchair users. To learn more about our products visit our website: www.betterlifemobility.com Best Service, Lowest Prices.
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5 Responses to “2011 Toyota Sienna Wheelchair Accessible Mobility van”

  1. CaptainSpauIding says:

    @GabrielTD1 I’m sorry Blankfrack I don’t think your SSI-disability payment would count as enough to finance one of these vans. They are quite expensive. However, my father owns two auto auctions in the Bay area of Florida, he might be able to find you something with your $800 meager down payment. Perhaps you should consider a job ?

  2. betterlifemobility1 says:

    This van is designed for people who are not drivers. If you are looking for a Toyota Sienna that can be driven by a wheelchair user then I recommend purchasing the Amerivan Side entry Sienna. We have several on order which should arrive within the next few weeks.  If you are not buying for several months you will have the option of getting the VMI northstar Sienna. Hope this helps clarify the Vision Toyota rear entry conversion.

  3. onebaud1 says:

    What good is this unit? A handicapped person cannot transfer to the drivers seat. So you roll up the ramp, then what, starve to death or wait for the vehicle to move itself. Get a solution, not a problem.

  4. betterlifemobility1 says:

    No, this is not the short conversion. This model allows most wheelchair users to sit in between the second row seats depending on the (like all converted vans) wheelchairs users size/needs. We are able to provide you a half cut version which keeps the middle row OEM seats. Again, depending on the wheelchair users size/needs. For any other questions you may have feel free to call us at 1-800-400-4072.

  5. KoalaYZF says:

    Is this the “short” conversion, it looks like the wheelchair is sitting behind the middles seats instead of in between as I’ve seen in some others? Also, is it possible to keep the OEM middle seats and just reposition them further to the side to allow a wheelchair to sit in the middle? I’ve seen this in some previous models.

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