Braun Rear-Entry Wheelchair Vans

Rear-Entry Wheelchair Vans

In a rear-entry vehicle, the wheelchair user rides in a channel installed in the middle of the floor, from the 2nd row to the rear of the vehicle.

A rear-entry vehicle offers plenty of ground clearance because most of the van’s floor has not been modified, and the rear of the vehicle is slightly elevated.

If you live in an area that lacks handicap parking spaces or if your garage is too narrow for a side-entry van, you might need a rear entry van.

A rear-entry vehicle is typically less expensive to convert.

Today, Braun manufactures a full line of lowered floor minivans with rear-entry options:


Chrysler/Dodge Manual Rear-Entry Wheelchair Van

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Easy-to-use is the highlight of the Dodge Manual Rear-Entry. The new 34” wide manual ramp will easily accommodate the largest of wheelchairs, and there’s enough space to secure two wheelchairs as well. You’ll also enjoy the convenience of parking in a traditional parking space!

Visit our showroom and start experiencing a new level of convenience today.

  • 54½” Door Height
  • 34” Ramp Width
  • 10° Ramp Angle
  • Manual Ramp
  • 2nd Row Flip N’ Fold Seating Standard
  • 2nd Row Aftermarket Buckets Optional
  • Slide N’ Click Wheelchair Tie Downs

Mobility Features

Easy Access

A rear-entry vehicle’s low-angle ramp makes it easy to access the interior through the rear hatch. The unique design of this mobility upgrade makes it possible to use standard parking spaces when accessible parking is unavailable.

Rear-Entry Manual Ramp and Door

With a manual door and manual bi-fold ramp, a BraunAbility manual rear-entry wheelchair van is the perfect choice for those who travel with an attendant.

Seating Flexibility

A variety of seating options can be installed to best meet your needs, depending on the number of passengers you need to accommodate. Depending on the vehicle, seats can be folded or replaced to better fit additional wheelchair or ambulatory passengers.

Wheelchair Tie Downs

Each wheelchair van includes a standard floor-track and belt system that secures the wheelchair for transit. An optional retractable belt system is a versatile and convenient option. Independent users can even elect to have an automatic tie-down installed. Due to the wide variety of wheelchairs and tie-down systems available, we recommend that you check with your local dealer to determine which system will work best for you and your wheelchair van.

View the BraunAbility Dodge Manual Rear-Entry Spec Sheet

View the BraunAbility Chrysler Manual Rear-Entry Spec Sheet


Chrysler/Dodge Power Rear-Entry Wheelchair Van

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The Chrysler Power Rear-Entry offers convenience and flexibility with the freedom to park in traditional parking spaces. The new 34” wide automatic ramp accommodates the largest of wheelchairs, and the lowered-floor interior has space for up to two chair securement positions.With a variety of flexible ambulatory seating options, your friends and family can come along for the ride in comfort. Visit us today and try out the convenient and easy-to-use vehicle for yourself.

  • 54” Door Height
  • 30” Ramp Width
  • 11° Ramp Angle
  • Power Ramp
  • Keyless Remote
  • 2nd Row Flip N’ Fold Seating Standard
  • 2nd Row Aftermarket Buckets Optional
  • Slide N’ Click Wheelchair Tie Downs

Mobility Features

Easy Access

A rear-entry vehicle’s low-angle ramp makes it easy to access the interior through the rear hatch. The unique design of this mobility upgrade makes it possible to use standard parking spaces when accessible parking is unavailable.

Seating Flexibility

A variety of seating options can be installed to best meet your needs, depending on the number of passengers you need to accommodate. Depending on the vehicle, seats can be folded or replaced to better fit additional wheelchair or ambulatory passengers.

Keyless Remote

Your mobility systems are integrated into the vehicle’s keyless remote for convenience at the push of a button.

Wheelchair Tie Downs

Each wheelchair van includes a standard floor-track and belt system that secures the wheelchair for transit. An optional retractable belt system is a versatile and convenient option. Independent users can even elect to have an automatic tie-down installed. Due to the wide variety of wheelchairs and tie-down systems available, we recommend that you check with your local dealer to determine which system will work best for you and your wheelchair van.


Honda Manual Rear-Entry Wheelchair Van

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An innovative new Honda Manual Rear-Entry allows for flexible seating options, including seating options for either one or two wheelchair passengers. Customers have the option of an OEM seat mid-row, or they can opt for an aftermarket mid-row seat that allows for a wheelchair to fit between two aftermarket seats. The easy Slide N’Click securing system makes entering and exiting effortless.

With a ramp angle of 9.5 degrees and a smooth transition plate, BraunAbility makes getting in and on the road a breeze.

  • 55” Door Height
  • 32” Ramp Width
  • 9.5° Ramp Angle
  • Manual Ramp
  • 2nd Row OEM Seats Standard
  • 2nd Row Aftermarket Buckets Optional
  • Slide N’ Click Wheelchair Tie Downs
  • Ramp Lock

Mobility Features

Easy Access

A rear-entry vehicle’s low-angle ramp makes it easy to access the interior through the rear hatch. The unique design of this mobility upgrade makes it possible to use standard parking spaces when accessible parking is unavailable.

Rear-Entry Manual Ramp and Door

With a manual door and manual bi-fold ramp, a BraunAbility manual rear-entry wheelchair van is the perfect choice for those who travel with an attendant.

Seating Flexibility

A variety of seating options can be installed to best meet your needs, depending on the number of passengers you need to accommodate. Depending on the vehicle, seats can be folded or replaced to better fit additional wheelchair or ambulatory passengers.

Wheelchair Tie Downs

Each wheelchair van includes a standard floor-track and belt system that secures the wheelchair for transit. An optional retractable belt system is a versatile and convenient option. Independent users can even elect to have an automatic tie-down installed. Due to the wide variety of wheelchairs and tie-down systems available, we recommend that you check with your local dealer to determine which system will work best for you and your wheelchair van.

View the BraunAbility Honda Rear Entry Spec Sheet


Toyota Manual Rear-Entry Wheelchair Van

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The Toyota Manual Rear-Entry combines the power and comfort of the Sienna with the space and affordability of a rear-entry. The 32” wide ramp accommodates larger wheelchairs, and our lowered-floor interior has space for up to two wheelchair passengers. With 25” of space in the middle seating position, the Toyota Manual Rear-Entry offers the option for wheelchair passengers to ride in the 2nd rows (with aftermarket seating is installed).

Comfort, convenience and affordability — visit us today to experience a new level of mobility value with the Toyota Manual Rear-Entry.

  • 54” Door Height
  • 32” Ramp Width
  • 10° Ramp Angle
  • Manual Ramp
  • 2nd Row Aftermarket Buckets Standard
  • Slide N’ Click Wheelchair Tie Downs

Mobility Features

Easy Access

A rear-entry vehicle’s low-angle ramp makes it easy to access the interior through the rear hatch. The unique design of this mobility upgrade makes it possible to use standard parking spaces when accessible parking is unavailable.

Rear-Entry Manual Ramp and Door

With a manual door and manual bi-fold ramp, a BraunAbility manual rear-entry wheelchair van is the perfect choice for those who travel with an attendant.

Seating Flexibility

A variety of seating options can be installed to best meet your needs, depending on the number of passengers you need to accommodate. Depending on the vehicle, seats can be folded or replaced to better fit additional wheelchair or ambulatory passengers.

Wheelchair Tie Downs

Each wheelchair van includes a standard floor-track and belt system that secures the wheelchair for transit. An optional retractable belt system is a versatile and convenient option. Independent users can even elect to have an automatic tie-down installed. Due to the wide variety of wheelchairs and tie-down systems available, we recommend that you check with your local dealer to determine which system will work best for you and your wheelchair van.

View the BraunAbility Toyota Manual Rear-Entry Spec Sheet

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Toyota Power Rear-Entry Wheelchair Van

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The Toyota Power Rear-Entry combines the power and comfort of the Sienna with the ease-of-use of a rear-entry. The 32” wide ramp accommodates larger wheelchairs, and our lowered-floor interior has space for up to two wheelchair passengers. With 25” of space in the middle seating position, the Toyota Power Rear-Entry offers the option for wheelchair passengers to ride in the 2nd rows (with aftermarket seating is installed).

  • 54” Door Height
  • 30” Ramp Width
  • 10° Ramp Angle
  • Power Ramp
  • Power Kneel
  • 2nd Row Aftermarket Buckets Standard
  • Keyless Remote
  • Slide N’ Click Wheelchair Tie Downs

Mobility Features

Easy Access

A rear-entry vehicle’s low-angle ramp makes it easy to access the interior through the rear hatch. The unique design of this mobility upgrade makes it possible to use standard parking spaces when accessible parking is unavailable.

Seating Flexibility

A variety of seating options can be installed to best meet your needs, depending on the number of passengers you need to accommodate. Depending on the vehicle, seats can be folded or replaced to better fit additional wheelchair or ambulatory passengers.

Keyless Remote

Your mobility systems are integrated into the vehicle’s keyless remote for convenience at the push of a button.

Wheelchair Tie Downs

Each wheelchair van includes a standard floor-track and belt system that secures the wheelchair for transit. An optional retractable belt system is a versatile and convenient option. Independent users can even elect to have an automatic tie-down installed. Due to the wide variety of wheelchairs and tie-down systems available, we recommend that you check with your local dealer to determine which system will work best for you and your wheelchair van.

View the BraunAbility Toyota Power Rear-Entry Spec Sheet

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