Travel can be challenging for people with mobility problems, but like everybody else, they need to drive to get around too. Some vehicles were designed with this in mind, and they can take away much of the burden of driving for such individuals. Here are a few top picks for 2013 mobility cars.
> 2013 Toyota Avalon
The Avalon is an excellent higher-end choice for individuals who have physical disabilities. The classy sedan has a cabin that’s more spacious than ever with reformatted seating that creates a good deal of extra room. For mobility-challenged drivers, more room means a lot because it makes getting in and out easier, moving around the inside of the vehicle easier, and storing walking aids and other equipment easier as well. The trunk of the Avalon has also been slightly enlarged, but that’s not to say that it couldn’t store a ton of stuff before. Things like mobility scooters can be squeezed into such a big trunk. Finally, the pleasantly quiet ride of the Avalon combined with its high-quality interior materials make for safe and extremely comfortable driving or riding. You won’t have to worry about bumping somebody around and hurting them in a car that cruises like it’s on water.
> 2013 Toyota Prius
The 2013 Prius offer many features that would be desirable for someone with mobility issues. First off, the mobility car available at Versa is surprisingly roomy considering its compact design, and like the Avalon, the Prius has plenty of space for storing mobility devices. Since the car is one of the most fuel-efficient models on the road today, it reduces the frequency of the driver having to refuel. As you can imagine, getting in and out of a car to gas up can be a hassle for many low-mobility drivers. The Prius also has a steering wheel that takes next to nothing to turn, and this is a huge benefit for those who have little strength in their arms or torso. One last plus for the Prius is its easy-to-activate button-press ignition.
> 2013 Toyota Sienna
While it’s a funny coincidence that the last pick is also a Toyota available at Versa, the 2013 Sienna might just be the best option out of the three for individuals with mobility problems. This is primarily due to its Auto Access lift seat, which can rotate 90 degrees in several different directions and lower close to the floor of the car so that all kinds of people can get seated with ease. Since the Sienna is a full-size van, it can accommodate a wide range of people including those who are extremely large or tall, wheelchair-bound, or require lots of personal space for whatever reason. To top it off, this minivan drives smoothly and has pretty good fuel economy too.