BraunAbility Handicap Vans to Suit Your Needs

Buying a car is typically a daunting experience and that’s even more so when purchasing a used vehicle, let alone looking for handicapped vans for sale.

There’s a reason the title “used car salesman” has been the subject of a number of jokes… It used to be that buyers were hustled from the moment they stepped on the lot to the second their pen touched the contract.

Well, those days are long gone. Today, the used car market is booming.

Sales of certified pre-owned cars have shot up 55% in the past few years and show no sign of slowing down.

This is great news if you’re in the market for a used car, even if you need one that’s wheelchair-accessible.

Because the market for mobility vehicles has grown so rapidly, there’s a wider variety of vehicles available now than ever before.

It’s a buyer’s market – and we’ve got the definitive guide you’ll need when you’re looking for handicapped vans for sale.

Let’s get into why used is best, what you need to look for, and why BraunAbility is the superior choice.

BraunAbility Handicap Vans For Sale

Used Vs New Handicap Vans

Sure, it feels nice to have the latest car out there, but that’s all it is – a feeling.

Believe it or not, used handicap vans can be a better buy if you know what you need.

First starters, let’s consider the price.

The gap between the price of a new car and used car is widening, yet newer and better used cars are appearing on the market.

Plus, when you purchase a used handicap van, it doesn’t depreciate the moment it rolls off the lot like a brand new car.

A BraunAbility van is sturdy and reliable, even when they’re pre-owned. You can’t really buy peace of mind, but a BraunAbility van sure comes close.

What To Know When Looking At Handicapped Vans For Sale

When you’re looking to purchase a disability van, you’ve got things to consider that other used car buyers don’t.

Here’s a quick list of things to figure out before you start looking:

  • Who will be driving? Is the wheelchair user going to do the majority of the driving or will it be a caregiver?
  • Do you want your vehicle to have a transfer lift or to be used with a wheelchair?
  • What are the key dimensions of the wheelchair user? How will the wheelchair and use fit into the car?
  • Do extra wheelchairs need to be brought along as well?
  • How many other people need to be transported?

These are just a few things to keep in mind when looking at handicapped vans for sale.

BraunAbility vans have any and all features you’re looking for in a disability van.

If you’re looking for handicapped vans for sale or for rent, call first and let the Mobility consultants at Advantage Mobility Outfitters in Wayne, Michigan help you to understand your independent living options.