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Adaptive Equipment

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Find the Ford Vehicle That’s Right for You

Most Ford vehicles can be modified with adaptive equipmentDisclaimerThe adaptive equipment shown is intended to be used as a guide. Not all types of adaptive equipment will fit all vehicles. Please obtain an assessment and work with a mobility dealer to verify the compatibility of the adaptive equipment and your vehicle before purchasing.. Once you know the features that you’re looking for, it’s easy to understand your options.

Ford Explorer
SUVs & Crossovers
Ford F-150
Trucks
Ford Transit Connect
Vans
Ford Mustang
Cars
Ford Ecosport

2022 Ford EcoSport

Ford Escape

2022 Ford Escape

Ford Bronco Sport

2022 Ford Bronco Sport

Ford Bronco

2022 Ford Bronco

Ford Edge

2022 Ford Edge

Ford Explorer

2022 Ford Explorer

Ford Mustang Mach-E

2022 Ford Mustang Mach-E

Ford Expedition

2022 Ford Expedition

Lincoln Corsair

2022 Lincoln Corsair

Lincoln Nautilus

2022 Lincoln Nautilus

Lincoln Aviator

2022 Lincoln Aviator

Lincoln Navigator

2022 Lincoln Navigator

Slow and accelerate your vehicle with a push, pull or twist thanks to technologically advanced electronic hand controls.

Close-up of hand controls installed on a Ford SUV.

Engineered to help drivers with limited arm, hand or wrist mobility turn their vehicle in every direction.

Close-up of a right hand operating a steering device attached to a steering wheel.

Choose between innovative electric and manual devices to easily engage the parking brake on your vehicle.

Close-up of a brake pedal extension.

Ford Transit van and Transit Connect van are available with one of three systems that will secure a wheelchair in place and help ensure proper balance and safety.

Close-up of a hand setting up a wheelchair restraint near a vehicle floor.

Get in and out of your Ford vehicle with power-assisted convenience.

Close-up of a power assist seat extended out of a Ford van.

Easy to load and unload, available carriers are great for people on the go.

A blue Ford Edge is parked with a wheelchair carrier attached to the rear hitch.

Ford vehicles can accommodate automatic and semi-automatic lifts that can be stored either in the side, the rear, or under the floor of a van.

A black Ford Transit van with its back doors open and a wheelchair lift extended out.

Several convenient, easy-to-operate manual and power ramps are available to allow wheelchair entry through the rear of the vehicle.

A white Ford Transit is parked in front of a white background with a wheelchair lift extended out of the back doors.

A hoist lift is a convenient, innovative way to pick up and load wheelchairs or scooters into your Ford vehicle.

A man in a parking lot uses a wheelchair hoist lift to lift his wheelchair into the bed of a Ford pickup truck.

* The adaptive equipment shown is intended to be used as a guide. Not all types of adaptive equipment will fit all vehicles. Please obtain an assessment and work with a mobility dealer to verify the compatibility of the adaptive equipment and your vehicle before purchasing.