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PRNDL

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About PRNDL

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  • Region
    U.S. Pacific Coast
  • My. T.C.'s Year
    2015
  1. Hello from SoCal

    A mobility company is doing the work. Also looking at Focus RS or ST wheels. My other son did custom stereo work while in college and wants to do a speaker/amp upgrade.
  2. Hello from SoCal

    He has an unfoldable chair so it has to load upright. Plan to convert in Fall. Will update with photos then. I will be removing th third row.
  3. Comfort and noise on long trips?

    Just drove a 2014 from Portland to L.A. In two days. Surpringly not too bad of a drive. It wasn't uncomfortably noisy or bumpy.
  4. Hello from SoCal

    His wheelchair will be loaded in back with a hoist. He will be riding "shotgun" with a seat that rotates out of the car for easy transfer. I got the TC because the high roof just swallows up the chair. Any other minivan, access is to low in back.
  5. Hello from SoCal

    I will be picking up '15 LWB Platinum CPO, with about 15k on the clock, this weekend. I bought it for my disabled son. I plan to put a "turny" passenger seat in front and a wheelchair hoist in back to lift, stow and go (to borrow a line). Glad I found this sight as I plan to mod it up a bit for him. He is in his mid twenties and has a Brain injury so I wanted to get him something comfy and practical for us. Can't wait.
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