Thursday, May 3, 2012

Brads Auto Reviews: Braun Corporation launches BraunTaxi

BraunTaxi - Toyota Sienna

Recently the Braun Corporation the largest manufacturer of wheelchair accessible vans, ramps, and wheelchair lifts worldwide announced the launch of BraunTaxi, a new brand that will encompass all of its taxi products. This is being done in an effort to better serve the needs of taxi passengers with disabilities.

  As part of the introduction of the new BraunTaxi brand, the company will participate in the upcoming New York Metro Abilities Expo in Edison, NJ. The Abilities Expo provides people with disabilities as well as their families and caretakers, with the opportunity to learn about the thousands of mobility products and services that are available to them. The BraunTaxi will be on display from May 4-6 and their booth will include an accessible Toyota Sienna taxi as well as a few images of the company’s other taxi solutions. Braun currently offers side-entry and rear-entry taxi solutions for the Chrysler Town & Country and Dodge Grand Caravan, as well as a rear-entry solution for the Toyota Sienna.

Nissan NV200 (Photo from www.taxioftomorrow.com)
In an effort to continue broadening its accessible taxi options, Braun recently announced its role as the mobility provider for the upcoming Nissan NV200 which has been named the Taxi of Tomorrow. BraunTaxi will integrate a mobility solution for the NV200, which is set to premier on the streets of New York City by October 2013. “We are excited to have partnered with the world leader in automotive mobility products,” said Joe Castelli, Vice President of Commercial Vehicles and Fleet for Nissan North America.

Even though "BraunTaxi" is a new brand for The Braun Corporation,  thousands of their wheelchair vans have actually been used in taxi fleets for over two decades. 

For more information about BraunTaxi, visit www.BraunAbility.com or the new BraunTaxi Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/BraunTaxi


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