ATC is excited to announce the launch of the Wheelchair Accessible Chevrolet Traverse that features the trademark ATC gull-wing door and an in-floor ramp that will make you re-think all other wheelchair accessible vehicles.
Will you fit in the ATC Traverse? Probably! The ATC Traverse meets or exceeds the dimensions of most popular wheelchair vans and SUVs on the market.
ENTRY & EXIT
Compare the ATC Traverse door opening dimensions to anything on the market. You will find that the entry/exit dimensions of the ATC Traverse are more accommodating than any other wheelchair accessible vehicle.
The in-floor ramp measures in at an industry leading 7.3 degree incline, and 31.75″ wide. Not only will you require less room to enter the vehicle, but the smaller incline will make your life easier every day.
Headroom in the ATC Traverse meets or exceeds most wheelchair accessible vehicles, measuring in at 60″ in the center of the vehicle from floor to ceiling.
Headroom in the front-passenger seat measures at an amazing 59.5″, greater than most vans that offer front-passenger wheelchair access.
The center of the vehicle’s floor measures 65″ wide, allowing plenty of room to maneuver into the driver position, passenger position, or directly behind the driver’s seat. Each of those positions can accommodate a wheelchair docking system.
ATC wouldn’t produce a vehicle with subpar ground clearance, and the ATC Traverse is no exception measuring in at 6 inches. With industry leading ground clearance, you can worry less about scraping that leads to costly repairs.
The back seat won’t be touched by the conversion, allowing for a roomy back seat that can accommodate additional passengers. Perfect for outings with family and friends.