History of Toyota Mobility:
Toyota began providing mobility solutions back in 2001 by introducing the Tundra pick-up truck with a wheelchair lift installed by local mobility centers like VMi New England. Since then they have continued to expand our vehicle lines that offer mobility assistance products and partnered with some of the best conversion companies in the market today: Vantage Mobility International has been converting Sienna ramp vans and VMi New England has been installing hand controls, spinner knobs, left foot gas pedals and lift-up seats in just about every popular sport utility vehicles including RAV4 and Highlander models. Wheelchair lifts, scooter lifts and hand controls are can be installed in most Toyota models.
Our commitment to you is to continue to provide some of the best mobility solutions on the market today.
Fold-out ramp Siennas are available from Vantage Mobility International and BraunAbility
Siennas featuring an in-floor ramp represent an interesting twist on the traditional fold-out ramp by storing the one-piece ramp under the floor. Just like the fold-out, this conversion includes a complete reconfiguration of the chassis and has the kneeling feature. The in-floor configuration means the floor stays hidden until needed, allowing you to choose the style that suits your taste.
In-floor ramp Siennas are available from BraunAbility and Vantage Mobility International (VMI).
They are not sold through local Toyota dealerships.
An economical solution for many families is the rear-entry wheelchair accessible option. The front of the Sienna chassis remains intact and a path is formed into the rear of the van for access. Additional folding passenger seats can be added to the middle row position to accommodate larger families or for use in taxi service where the wheelchair accommodation may not be consistently used. The rear entry configuration allows entry and exit even when parked in a standard parking space or in a one-car garage.
Rear entry Siennas are available from VMi New England Mobility Center.
New Toyota Siennas converted for wheelchair access are warranted under the same terms and conditions as Toyota’s New Vehicle Limited Warranty; conversion-related modifications are warranted by Toyota’s conversion partner. Your wheelchair accessible Sienna also comes standard with Toyota Care, the complimentary car maintenance plan that includes 24-hour roadside assistance for 2 years or 25,000 miles, whichever comes first. Siennas converted for wheelchair access also qualify for Toyota Mobility Assistance; details on reimbursement submission are available through your local mobility dealer.
Where to buy
For wheelchair accessible vans, visit your local Toyota Mobility Dealer to select the Sienna model grade, color combination and equipment you like best, the Toyota mobility sales professional will assist you in locating the Sienna you prefer.