Sirus launch new range of Ford Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles for drivers and upfront passengers

Sirus Automotive are excited to announce the launch of four new Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles based on the all-new Ford Grand Tourneo Connect. The four new options for drivers and upfront passengers, now available on the Motability Scheme. 

VW-Ford Alliance

The all-new Ford Grand Tourneo Connect was developed as part of the Ford-Volkswagen alliance. The engineering and manufacturing is led by Volkswagen, working in close partnership with Ford’s design team. Volkswagen will build the Tourneo Connect at its Poznan Plant in Poland alongside the VW Caddy.

How is the Ford Grand Tourneo Connect different from the VW Caddy?

The Ford has a wider and more pronounced radiator grille, flanked by headlights with integrated C-shaped LED daytime running lights. Inside the vehicle, the Ford has a new instrument panel design with a unique Ford steering wheel, new seat trims and new door trim grain patterns. The Ford engines are shared with the new Caddy – a 1.5-litre turbocharged gas engine with 114 bhp (85 kilowatts). 

Is the Sirus conversion the same?

Yes, the conversions are exactly the same. You will still benefit from the high-quality finish Sirus is known for. 

Is the Ford available now?

Yes. When your order is placed we will talk you through our stock availability and timescales for delivery.

What options are included with the Ford?

Many features are included as standard with the Ford – ICE Feature Pack 4 – DAB radio with 10″ touch screen, voice and gesture control with navigation, Apple Car Play, android auto and Bluetooth, 6 Speakers, privacy glass, auto headlights, air conditioning, pre-collision assist with auto emergency braking, forward collision warning, lane keeping aid.

Contact Sirus Automotive to find out more and book a free home demonstration. T: 0121 505 7777.

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