The MedVed MV-1 is designed to accommodate wheelchair accessibility and provide comfortable and efficient transportation. The MV-1 features a ramp that deploys from the floor for wheelchair boarding and is built with plenty of space so all passengers can feel comfortable. The side entry is 56” and 36” and the interior has a floor-to-ceiling height of 5 feet. In addition to these features, the MV-1 is a great stand-alone vehicle and boasts a comfortable driver seat to prevent fatigue, power windows and mirrors, a 24 gallon gas tank with a 350-mile range and seating for up to 5 passengers with an optional rear-facing jump seat. All MV-1 vehicles meet or exceed Americans with Disabilities guidelines.
The MV-1 is the first vehicle of its kind designed to provide a comfortable and accessible ride to handicapped passengers. If you’re wondering how well these features work in practice and if the MedVed is comfortable, you can read MedVed MV-1 vehicle user reviews below and find out what users have to say about it so you can decide if the MV-1 is right for you.
MEDVED MV-1 Details
Contact No: 877-681-3678
Electronic Stability Control (ESC), including an anti-roll function, provides increased safety
Ford 4.6L V8 Engine
Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) and traction control come standard
Ford Electronic 4-Speed Automatic Transmission with overdrive
The frame is coated with a rust inhibitor to increase longevity of the vehicle
Opt for a unique factory-installed Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Fuel system for reduced fuel cost
Decide for yourself if the MEDVED MV-1 is a Scam or Legit after reading the user reviews below
Actually, very good. These things are purpose-built. I don’t want people to think this is an overall negative review. It’s not. The MV-1 does what it was made to do, better than almost anything else. Furthermore, it is comparable in price to a wheelchair-converted Sienna or the like, and has far more utility. For about 50k, I think there is a strong argument to be made for value.
We always stuck with full size vans because of their space for cargo and luggage, in addition to a wheelchair (or two). Converted minivans were never appealing because of the amount of space one gives up. With the MV-1, overall we feel like we have comparable space, and even more space behind the backseat, in comparison to our previous full-size van.”
“Two weeks after our purchase, we put MV-1 to its first real road test, a nine hour drive from our home in Hickory, NC to my wife’s father’s home in Pennsylvania. Even after working all day, I was comfortable enough in the driver’s seat to complete about six and half hours of driving before turning those duties over to my wife. She completed the drive a few hours later. The entire ride was smooth and trouble free. Our son sat comfortably (and safely) in his wheelchair for the duration. The return trip was just as uneventful as the MV-1 brought us home again. The large interior space allows the backseat passenger to stand up and walk forward to attend to our son, which made the trip go so much smoother for us.”
That sounds expensive. I think one of the benefits of this platform is that it is compatible with most any type of wheelchair. Remember that this vehicle is for commercial transport. It should be able to accommodate multiple types of chairs.