As gas can be a bit of challenge to get for drivers with disabilities, you’ll want to make sure your accessible vehicle can get all the mileage possible before stopping to refuel. Below is a list of some vehicles that are great for conversions and their respective mileages to help you choose which is best for your needs.

  • Toyota Sienna FWD Wheelchair Accessible 3.5L – 23 mpg highway, 17 mpg city
  • Honda Odyssey FWD Wheelchair Accessible 3.5L – 23 mpg highway, 16 mpg city
  • Dodge Grand Caravan FWD SE 3.3L – 24 mpg highway, 17 mpg city
  • Chrysler Town & Country FWD Wheelchair Accessible 3.3L – 24 mpg highway, 17 mpg city
  • Scion XB FWD Wheelchair Accessible 2.4L – 28 mpg highway, 22 mpg city
  • Dodge Grand Caravan FWD 3.3L V6 – 25 mpg highway, 18 mpg city
  • Honda Element FWD Wheelchair accessible 2.4L – 24 mpg highway, 20 mpg city
  • VPG MV-1 Wheelchair accessible van – 13 mpg highway, 18 mpg city
  • Ford Transit Connect – 25 mpg highway
  • 2012 Chevrolet Traverse 3.6L – 24 mpg highway, 17 mpg city
  • Toyota Prius 1.8L, 1.5L – 49 mpg highway, 48 mpg city

The National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association (NMEDA) is an advocate for mobility and accessibility for drivers with disabilities. If you need help with converting or buying a handicap accessible car, truck or van, please consider one of our mobility equipment dealers.

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