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2010 Volkswagen Routan, Wheelchair Accessible, Mobility, Side Entry Ramp, on 2040-cars

US $36,500.00
Year:2010 Mileage:36615

United States

United States


 You are viewing a 2010 Volkswagen Routan  with 36615 miles and a Amerivan folding ramp, fully lowered floor conversion. This vehicles is equipped with Power Door Locks, Power Mirrors, Power Windows, Power steering, Wheel Tilt, Cruise Control, AM/FM Stereo, CD Player, AUX Audio Input,  AC Power Outlet, Power Driver's Seat, Dual Front Air Bags, ABS, Alloy Wheels, Privacy Glass, Keyless, leather seats. 


Mobility Equipment


Amerivan conversion with folding ramp, kneeling system, remote and dash switches, tie down brackets, and tie downs.


Volkswagen Routan Amerivan Conversion:

The full lowered floor Volkswagen Routan has a folding ramp, kneeling system, and remote/dash switches for easy access and wheelchair accessibility. 



-Power Door and ramp

-kneeling system

-remote door operators and dash switches

-Running Boards



This vehicle has been inspected and is up to date with maintenance. There are some very minor blemishes around the vehicle, but it is in great, super clean condition overall and shows very well.



There is no existing warranty on this vehicle.


Shipping and Payment Methods

A $500.00 deposit is due within 48 hours via a bank to bank wire transfer, pay pal, credit card (Master Card, Visa, AmEx, Discover) w/ customer signature, or certified check. Deposit is non-refundable.

Balance due within 14 days via bank to bank wire transfer, certified check, or pre-approved bank draft. Florida residents will be subject to applicable tax, tag & title fees.

Shipping charges are the responsibility of the purchaser. Seller will assist in scheduling shipping or will pick up buyer from Tampa Int'l Airport if one chooses to drive vehicle home. 


If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Jerrod or Andrew through e-mail or phone at 800-918-7433.


***Please note, we will be happy to answer any questions about this vehicle except those pertaining to the reserve. The reserve is set at a very competitive price. Be very confident and bid now!***


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