Wheelchair Cars Ltd appreciate that the purchase of a wheelchair accessible vehicle is born out of a requirement and not an impulse. However the purchase of a WAV could be the most exciting and important decision that you will ever make.
For over 10 years now, our staff have enjoyed helping families and individuals improve their quality of life, mobility and independence through sourcing and supplying a range of used wheelchair accessible vehicles, suitable for all budgets and requirements.
Our range of vehicles vary from small, three seat mobility vehicles to larger eight seater vans, meaning we can accommodate almost any individual’s needs. Our mobility vehicles typically start from just £5,000 and rise up to anything around the £30,000 mark. Popular vehicle brands stocked include: Citroen, Renault, Volkswagen, Ford, Kia and many more. To find exactly what you are looking for, we have placed filters at the top of the vehicle listings, meaning you can quickly and easily filter results via mileage, price and brand.
At any one time we stock over 50 wheelchair accessible vehicles in our purpose built showroom, in the unlikely event that you can't find what you are looking for, just get in touch and our expert team of buyers will track down the exact vehicle you want.
Every vehicle we purchase is fully inspected at point of purchase, given a full service if required and then given a full 12 month MOT. On top of the MOT Test, all of our vehicles are supplied with up to date safety certificates which cover all the wheelchair restraints and disabled passenger seatbelts. It is this approach which has allowed us to become the UK’s number one choice for Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles, delivering our vehicles with complete peace of mind.
We understand that for many of our customers, coming into our showroom isn't ideal, that’s why on all of our vehicles we offer a nationwide home demonstration. A low deposit will also secure any vehicle. To reserve a vehicle, or to organise a home demo - just get in touch.
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