Chrysler Wheelchair Van Conversions
The New Standard
In June 2013, it was reported that Chrysler was preparing to produce a new generation of its Town & Country minivan with production set to begin in 2015 and a release for the 2017 model year. Since 2008, the Chrysler Town and Country shared the exact same chassis design as the Dodge Grand Caravan. The decision to drop the Town & Country brand was made primarily to distinguish the new vehicle from previous iterations; Chrysler explained that the Pacifica was meant to “change the entire paradigm of what people know about minivans in the segment“. Among its differences from the previous Town & Country is a new platform, and a design carrying a sportier appearance inspired by crossovers to disassociate the vehicle from other minivans with a boxier build. Starting with the 2020 model year, the low-end “L” and “LX” models have been separated from the Pacifica nameplate and are now sold under the Voyager nameplate. This marks the return of the Voyager nameplate as well to the Chrysler model lineup. With the Pacifica’s new sleek lines combined with our wheelchair accessible power-remote-bi-fold minimally invasive conversion, we believe our conversion is one of the most aesthetically pleasing, best handling and most comfortable driving wheelchair accessible vans on the market today.