All Terrain Wheelchairs debuts its ‘most advanced’ powerchair

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All Terrain Wheelchairs will be launching the Frontier V4 powerchair at the Mobility Roadshow.

The Frontier V4 is a rear wheel drive powerchair that has a high level of standard features that combine to make this the most advanced powerchair available from All Terrain Wheelchairs.

This latest addition to the All Terrain Wheelchairs portfolio will be available for testing at the Mobility Roadshow and the team will be on hand to answer any questions and take assessment bookings, the firm said.

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The Frontier V4 is designed to offer users a good combination of kerb climbing, smooth suspension, excellent off road and climbing capabilities and all round stability to ensure it is equally at home in a built-up area or out and about in the countryside.

As part of the design of the Frontier V4, the rear wheels have been moved in as far as possible to create a powerchair that is extremely compact (710mm width) and can therefore gain access through most doorways.

The standard heavy duty wheels can also be easily changed for smaller ones if the powerchair is not going to be used on tougher terrain for a length of time.

Powered by 2 x 73aph gel batteries, the Frontier V4 offers a battery life of up to 15 miles to guarantee peace of mind for the user and their friends and family and a top speed of 6.2mph (10kph).

The Frontier V4 can be tailored to offer a bespoke powerchair solution as every user is different with features including black alloys, a Lift & Tilt underseat option, power recline, powered elevating leg rests and a choice of seating options.

“We are delighted to have our first demonstration model available for this year’s Mobility Roadshow.  The Frontier V4 builds on the success of our existing range of all terrain wheelchair solutions and we look forward to showcasing it to visitors to our stand,” commented Cheryl Thomas, sales co-ordinator at the company.

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