posted on Jul, 18 2007 @ 10:31 AM
I have to agree with sardion2k here on this one, contacting a special needs manufacturer would definetly put you on the right track to finding the
best vehicle for you. However, is she wheelchair ridden? Or can she still move about her own? I had a good friend with ms, and there were good and bad
days, but she could still get in and out of a corsica just fine.
Some of those retro-fitted vans can cost 6 figures. On top of that, the buick R. is ugly as crap. I hate ford and I would take an escape over that any
Not just for the fact that the escape is shaped different, but I heard it got some good reviews, and pretty decent gas mileage too.
In the end, sardion is right, it comes down more to the needs of the person you are transporting, rather than what you want to drive.
The buick is still ugly.