Inside the Wheelchair Accessible Kia Telluride
Whether you’re a resident of Los Angeles, CA or Chicago, IL, a vehicle that allows you to get from point A to point B with ease and comfort is essential. When modified with the rear entry conversion process at Freedom Motors USA, the Kia Telluride interior can provide just that. Shoppers interested in a wheelchair accessible Kia Telluride can learn all about its exciting interior features and spacious dimensions, below.
Kia Telluride Interior Comfort and Convenience Features
The Kia Telluride inside delivers the utmost of comfort and convenience for both driver and passengers in Orlando, FL, with synthetic leather seat trim, front seatback pockets with device pouch, front and rear door bottle holders, and more:
- Rear passenger air conditioning and heating with rear controls
- Smart Key with Push Button Start
- UVO Link Telematics w/ remote start, lock/unlock, and “find my car” available via smartphone
The Kia Telluride interior also ensures you never have to disconnect from your most important contacts or your favorite music and podcasts when traveling around Dallas, TX, thanks to the following entertainment and connectivity features:
- 8-inch touchscreen display
- Bluetooth® wireless technology with hands-free connectivity
- Apple CarPlay® / Android Auto™ smartphone compatibility
Wheelchair Accessible Kia Telluride Interior Dimensions
To give you an idea of just how cavernous the Kia Telluride inside is before your vehicle customization is made, let’s take a look at its standard interior dimensions:
- Maximum Cargo Volume: 87 cubic feet
- 1st/2nd/3rd-Row Interior Headroom: 40.9 inches/40.2 inches/38.1 inches
- 2st/2nd/3rd-Row Interior Legroom: 41.4 inches/42.4 inches/31.4 inches
After having your Kia Telluride modified with rear entry wheelchair access at Freedom Motors USA, the interior dimensions will break down as follows:
- Door Opening: 55 inches
- Interior Height: 56 inches at wheelchair position
- Interior Length: 87 inches
- Ramp Length: 56 inches
- Ramp Width: 33 inches
- Ground Clearance: 9 inches
Built from durable, aircraft-grade aluminum, the rear entry ramp for a Kia Telluride modified SUV is designed to serve New York, NY wheelchair users for many years. Your Kia Telluride inside can be fitted with either a standard 4-point Q’Straint wheelchair securement system or Q’Straint retractable straps.
Half-Cut and Full-Cut Options Available
Freedom Motors offers vehicles in two options: full-cut or half-cut. This refers to the size of the conversion in the actual vehicle. On full-cut vehicles, the lowered floor extends from the very back of the vehicle all the way to the front seats, allowing wheelchair passengers to sit in the second row. On half-cut vehicles, the lowered floor of the conversion extends only partially and puts wheelchair passengers in the third row.
Contact Us to Learn More About the Accessible Telluride
Freedom Motors USA makes shopping from the comfort of your home simple with a comprehensive online inventory to browse, an online finance application, and an online trade-in value calculator. If you have any lingering questions about vehicle customization options for the Kia Telluride or would like to learn more about vehicle delivery options from Freedom Motors USA, please do not hesitate to contact our team. Interested in learning about our other SUV options? Take a look at the Buick Enclave interior to get started.
Updated on 1/18/2021 by Freedom Motors
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