Mobility Ventures’ MV-1, the automotive vehicle designed to be wheelchair accessible, has been included in the latest version of the National Automobile Dealers Association’s (NADA) Commercial Truck Guide.
In a news release, Mobility Ventures said it was honored “to announce being named the first-ever ‘Wheelchair Accessible’ automobile” in the Guide.
NADA was founded in 1917 and according to its Web site, represents nearly 16,000 new car and truck dealers who hold approximately 32,500 franchises in the United States and internationally.
John Walsh, Mobility Ventures’ VP of sales and marketing, said of inclusion in the Guide, “Mobility Ventures is now recognized by the National Automobile Dealers Association, which represents an important milestone for any automobile company, and we are proud to be included in this exclusive organization. Entrance into NADA represents recognition of the shared values of commitment to quality service and the maintaining of the highest ethical standards. These values are embedded in our company culture from the factory floor to the showroom to the aftermarket service provided to our valued customers.”
The MV-1 is manufactured in Mishawaka, Ind. The company is owned by automotive manufacturer AM General.