• bradysdad avatar bradysdad Posted: 10/4/2011 9:47am PDT

    (VPG states most owners won’t do the driving themselves).
    The reason for this is that VPG designed the vehicle to exclude self drivers. There are tens of thousands of wheelchair users who drive themselves and are crying out for a reliable less expensive alternative to the lowered floor minivan. VPG has ignored this market.

  • fb_1406177592 avatar Missy Posted: 10/17/2011 7:34am PDT

    I agree. I think VPG is making a huge mistake by not designing this vehicle with the wheelchair user as the driver in mind. I am planning to buy this vehicle then add hand controls and remote power to the doors and ramp. What were they thinking???

  • fb_100000391207479 avatar John Posted: 4/9/2012 5:38pm PDT

    Does anyone here have an idea what the best price for the MV-1 is ? I have been talking to a sales guy in norhtern NJ and he will not discount it from the $43,324 including QSTRAINT and destination charge. Does anyone know f this is a good deal to pay list for an american made vechile ?

  • wheelboy avatar wheelboy Posted: 5/10/2012 2:00pm PDT

    It's ludicrous that self-drivers have been ignored. This vehicle has so much going for it. Options to include a fixed passenger seat, swivel adjustable driver seat, hand controls and a powered door for the ramp would be so simple. There also should be an option to remove the driver seat and include a power lockdown for drivers who wish to drive from their wheelchairs. Finally, the poor gas mileage can't be ignored. I don't plan to purchase this vehicle until self-driver issues are addressed.