For years Freedom Motors has been pushing the edge of what is possible in a wheelchair accessible vehicle. They have been pioneering innovating conversions on unique vehicles for over a decade, being the first company to ever release a wheelchair accessible SUV. Now they have introduced an all new vehicle to the mobility lineup, the Chevrolet Traverse.
This conversion, however, is far from the only SUV in the market today. Both VMI and BraunAbility have offered their own answer to the need of a non-minivan mobility vehicle. With VMI unveiling their Honda pilot early 2018, and BraunAbility leading this modernized charged with their flagship Ford Explorer MXV conversion back in 2015.
Although, it has been years since a manufacturer has utilized a Chevrolet in the production of a personal use mobility vehicle, and the new Chevy Traverse looks to be a great fit. Boasting more headroom and maneuverability than any comparable mobility SUV in the industry, it will prove to be a good solution to those who could not fit in previous models offered by other manufacturers. The conversion itself comes standard with both a power ramp and removeable driver’s seat, making it a great fit for someone looking to drive themselves independently.
The team at BLVD is excited to see how this conversion will help the public and advance the drive for manufacturers to continue pushing for more creative and innovative mobility solutions. For more information about this conversion, or to see one in person, contact your local Freedom Motors dealer today.