GMC and Chevrolet Wheelchair Vans
Chevrolet has been making cars, independently, and then as part of General Motors, since 1911. Chevrolet is one of America’s most storied brands and through the years has become a name almost synonymous with American cars. General Motors introduced the first Chevrolet and GMC vans in the early 1960’s. Since then, they have been among the most popular full-size vans ever.
VCI Mobility has been working with Chevrolet conversions vans for over 30 years. We know how to work with these products to get the maximum in function and appearance in the most cost-effective package. For some conversions, such as a lowered floor, which we choose not to do ourselves, we have access to products from the top converters in the United States. If it can be done on a Chevrolet GMC chassis, we can do it for you!
Chevrolet vans have always been popular as wheelchair van conversions. In recent years, they have become even more popular due to the addition of great features that improve the overall usability and performance of the Chevrolet as a wheelchair conversion fan. Some of the best luxury conversions are also built on the Chevrolet GMC platform, which results in high quality wheelchair vans that are both functional and loaded with comforts and amenities.
Chevrolet was the first to introduce a stability control system to address the rollover concerns that had become associated with full-size vans. Now, the Stabilitrack system is standard on all models. Stabilitrack is especially valuable to wheelchair van consumers because of increased concern from raising roof heights and adding the extra weight of wheelchair lifts and other equipment.
All Wheel Drive
In addition, Chevrolet is the only full size van with All Wheel Drive available from the factory. As all wheel drive has become more popular with standard passenger cars, full-size wheelchair van conversion consumers have also become more dependent on this great feature.
Driver’s Side Passenger Door
A driver’s-side passenger door is another exclusive feature of Chevrolet vans that makes them extremely popular with wheelchair van conversion buyers. The driver’s side passenger door is on the opposite side of the wheelchair lift and gives other passengers, aides and assistants easier access to the vehicle, especially to the hard-to-reach wheelchair tie downs on the driver’s side.
Chevrolet and GMC passenger van models
- Chevrolet Express 1500
- Chevrolet Express 2500
- Chevrolet Express 3500
- GMC Savana 1500
Luxury van conversion companies
Mobility conversion options
- Raised Roof
- Raised Side Door
- Raised Rear Door
- Wheelchair Lifts
- Lowered Floor
VCI Mobility typically has used Chevrolet/GMC wheelchair vans in stock on a regular basis. We also have the ability to order any of the vehicles we need for wheelchair van applications. Very often we will help you to find the Chevrolet/GMC conversion you are looking for through the network of dealers we use and then bring it to our facility for conversion and installation of mobility equipment.