Side Entry Ram Promaster P3
Compact Side Entry Wheelchair Van with Patent Pending Ramp and Door System

P3 Accessible Van

MoveMobility’s P3 wheelchair van is built on the Ram Promaster 136” Wheelbase Low Roof model. It is only slightly larger than a minivan such as the Dodge Grand Caravan, but provides more flexibility and customizable floorplans.

The P3 can be configured for up to 8 ambulatory passengers, up to 3* wheelchairs, or a combination of both. Mobility passengers can enjoy an unobstructed doorway.

*Depending on wheelchair size and layout.
**Excluding BC.

Vehicle Model

Ram Promaster 136" Wheelbase, Low Roof
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MoveMobility P3 wheelchair van vs. minivan comparison sheet
MoveMobility P3 wheelchair van vs. minivan comparison sheet

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Wondering how the P3 compares to a traditional side entry minivan? Download the Comparison Sheet for a side-by-side look at both vehicles.

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AutoFloor Flexible Floor and Seating System

AutoFloor is an innovative floor track and seating system that allows you to configure seats and wheelchairs in the vehicle in different layouts. Your organization can save time and money with an adaptable vehicle that meets any rider needs.

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Manual or Powered Ramp

The heavy duty, transit grade ramp allows for quicker, safer passenger access than a hydraulic lift. It allows mobility passengers to enter independently.

Barrier-Free Door Entry and Exit

All passengers use the same entrance, eliminating feeling of isolation and anxiety for mobility passengers.

Wheelchair Restraints

Wheelchair restraints are used in conjunction with a shoulder harness and lap belt securement system for wheelchair occupants. Designed with safety and aesthetics in mind.

Most Common Seating Layouts

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2 Removeable Seats + 2 Wheelchairs
side entry wheelchair van seat layout
3 Removeable Seats + 1 Wheelchair
ram promaster p3 wheelchair van layout
4 Removeable Seats + 1 Wheelchair

High Capacity Heat & A/C

In the Canadian climate, you need an interior heating and cooling system that keeps your passengers comfortable, no matter the weather. Even air distribution prevents windows frosting up.

Large Windows

Passengers and drivers can enjoy large van windows that fill the vehicle with natural light without compromising privacy or the van's internal temperature.

Mobility Assists

Grab poles and handles are located throughout the vehicle to support ambulatory and mobility passengers while they enter and exit the vehicle.

Anti-Slip Running Boards

Durable, anti-slip running boards provide drivers with an additional step to make getting in and out of the van safer. Their unique design prevents snow and ice buildup to minimize risk of slips and falls.

P3 User Feedback

Mohawks of Akwesasne First Nation
Mohawks of Akwesasne First Nation
Melanie G., Akwesasne Non-Insured Health Benefits Program Manager
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Akwesasne recently purchased the P3 Ram Promaster low roof van to provide Medical Transportation Benefits to our clients. The Medical Transportation drivers are very pleased with a vehicle of this size as it delivers excellent handling and maneuverability; our clients have a more spacious vehicle that offers plenty of room for wheelchairs and seating.
Midland Community Reach
Midland Community Reach
Rick I., Transportation Manager
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The automatic door system and power ramp allow for easy access and less work for our drivers, as they operate at a push of a button. The ramp can accommodate almost all larger chairs and the adjustable seat track system allows the driver to configure the best seat layout easily. The drivers enjoy this vehicle as it has more room to stand up, move around and adjust the seat layout. The glass doors allow the driver to line up the ramp with the curb and with a press of a button, the door opens and the ramp unfolds. The driver can then assist the passenger up the ramp to their seat, or to latch down their wheelchair. Then, with a push of a button again, the ramp folds up and the door closes and the ride can proceed. We have been using this vehicle for almost a year now and have had many positive comments from our riders that they enjoy the ride, with the extra headroom and the good visibility out the windows.
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