Toyota is committed to finding a variety of mobility solutions for its owners. One of these solutions has proven to be very promising for helping elderly persons or those with disabilities get into and out of the Toyota Sienna with ease. The Auto Access Seat is engineered by Toyota and factory installed to ensure the best possible operation. Read on to learn more about the Toyota Sienna Auto Access Seat and how it works to help improve mobility options for Toyota passengers.
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How does the Toyota Auto Access Seat work?
Designed as a bucket seat in the second row of the Toyota Sienna, the Auto Access Seat takes it to the next level by rotating 90 degrees, extending from the vehicle, and lowering to an appropriate height for the passenger to board. Check out the video below to get a better idea of how the Toyota Sienna Auto Access Seat works.
Who is the Sienna’s Auto Access Seat meant for?
The Toyota Sienna Auto Access Seat was built to aid a variety of individuals in entering and exiting the vehicle. Whether you are taking care of an elderly individual or a parent of a child with a disability, the Auto Access Seat is designed to help you transport those who may otherwise have a difficult time boarding a vehicle.
Features of the Toyota Sienna Auto Access Seat
In addition to being designed and built by Toyota professionals, the Auto Access Seat has a number of notable features to be aware of, including cloth or leather material to match the interior, a lift capacity of 330 lbs, wireless remote control, and manual override capability. The seat is available on the LE and XLE grades of the Toyota Sienna, and is child-seat-friendly with latches to connect with compatible seats.
If you would like to learn more about the Toyota Sienna Auto Access Seat or see how it works in person, we invite you to get in touch with a member of our team at Toyota Vacaville.