BraunAbility Announces New Honda Entervan Conversion Mobility Van | M.C. Mobility Systems

BraunAbility Announces New Honda Entervan Conversion Mobility Van

Recently, BraunAbility announced an expansion to its line of products. In addition to the new 2011 Toyota Rampvan XT, BraunAbility will now be offering the Honda Entervan, which rounds out the BraunAbility line of conversion vans.

The new 2010 Honda Odyssey Entervan is the newest member of the fleet and offers the same accessibility and convenience of other vehicles. We are pleased to offer this van in our inventory. Both the 2010 Honda Odyssey EX and 2010 Honda Odyssey EX-L are available now. Whether you are a first time conversion van buyer or you are looking to upgrade, we are confident that you will be satisfied with your purchase. Contact one of our Mobility Specialists today for more information about the brand new 2010 Honda Odyssey Entervan EX and Entervan EX-L.

With just a touch of a button, the door will open automatically and the ramp will fold out for ease of entry. In fact, the key and key fob operates the entire system. There are also several interior switches placed for your convenience.

Here are some more of the great conversion features of the 2010 Honda Odyssey Entervan:

  • OEM Keychain Remote Control
  • Kneeling Rear Suspension
  • Removable Passenger Seat
  • Removable Driver Seat
  • OEM Automatic Passenger Sliding Door
  • Automatic Foldout Ramp
  • 12” Lowered Floor
  • Wheelchair/Occupant Securement System
  • Interior OEM Control Switches
  • Custom Ground Effects
  • 54 3/8″ Door Opening

We have the 2010 Honda Entervan in stock right now. It boasts these vehicle features:

  • Power Doors
  • Power Windows
  • Power Mirrors
  • Power Driver Seat
  • Power Locks
  • Power Hatch
  • Air Conditioning
  • Rear AC/Heat
  • FM Stereo
  • CD Player
  • Tilt
  • Cruise Control
  • Leather Seats
  • Roof Rack
  • Automatic Transmission
  • Fuel Type: Gasoline

For more information, contact one of our Mobility Specialists. They can answer any questions that you may have about mobility conversions and mobility equipment.

What do you think of the new Honda Entervan? Let us know in the comments below!