Why would someone want a TX2?
are just a few of the ways existing owners use their London
accessible wheelchair conversion
- Car, limo, or taxi service
- Tour car or limo for upscale hotels,
- Marketing vehicle for brand/special
- Family car! At approximately 4,500
lbs of mostly steel, these are among the safest vehicles on
the road; they even have crash bars in the doors. Stories
exist of TX2s being rear-ended at 50+ MPH, sustaining
repairable damage but leaving the passengers unharmed.
Additionally, the passenger bench seat has a built-in
toddler seat (completely hidden when not used). And with
large amounts of space in the front and rear, there’s room
for plenty of boxes, shopping bags, bikes, and almost
anything else you can imagine – while still holding 5
passengers in the rear, with a sixth possible via an
optional, flip-down seat in the front. At a total of seven,
including the driver, it’s a heck of an alternative to an
SUV or minivan. And a lot more fun for everyone.