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Wheelchair Accessible Minivan Dimensions

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Compact, Yet Comfortable

They might have the word mini in the title, but make no mistake, our minivans leave you with plenty of room to get around in.  With sliding doors on both sides, an automatic ramp, and multiple seat options for wheelchair drivers, there are plenty of reasons why our minivans are our most popular vehicle by a large margin.

Just how much room do you get?  Check out the dimensions below:

Description Honda
In-The-Floor Ramp
(11″ Drop)
Chrysler Dodge
In-The-Floor Ramp
(11″ Drop)
Chrysler Dodge
Folding
Ramp
(11″ Drop)
Chrysler Dodge
Folding
Ramp
(14″ Drop)
1 Floor to Ceiling Height 56.5″-59″ 58″ 58″ 60.5″
2 Passenger Sliding Door Opening Height 55″ 55″ 54″ 56″
3 Floor to Overhead Console NA 57″ 57″ 59″
4 Passenger Sliding Door Opening Width 31.5″ 31.5″ 31.5″ 31.5″
5 Cargo Area Length (Rear “z” to Firewall Along Floor) 85″ 84″ 84″ 84″
6 Ground Clearance – Ground Effect 6″ 7″ 7″ 7″
7 Ramp Length 51.5″ 50″ 55.5″ 55.5″
8 Ramp Width (Inside Wall to Inside Wall) 30″ 30″ 29″ 29″
Cargo Area Width When Closed (Door to Door / Door to Ramp) 65″ 66.5″ 61.5″ 61.5″
Ground Clearance – Lowest Point (Exhaust) 5″ 5.5″ 5.5″ 5.5″
Cargo Area Length (Rear Sofa to Clip-in Base) 54″ 54.5″ 54.5″ 54.5″

Advantages of Our Minivans

Minivans get a bit of a bad rap.  Not because they of how they drive or the great amount of space they provide, but simply because they’re most popular among moms.  That’s the only reason.

And we don’t see how that’s a bad thing.  Maybe it’s because we love our moms, but we think minivans are great, and a lot of our customers think minivans are great too.  What’s so great about them?

For starters, minivans give you a lot of space without feeling like you’re driving a gigantic vehicle.  Minivans take up about the same amount of parking space as a car.  When you’re driving one, it feels very comparable to driving a car or small SUV.  And yet, with nearly 60 inches of floor to ceiling space, they feel considerably more spacious than either of those vehicles.

With a minivan, you get the room that a wheelchair user needs, but you keep a degree of practicality.  Minivans are affordable with respectable gas mileage and numerous features that can be customized to your needs.