Hi all, I found a "used" 2016 Promaster City van. It had 460 miles on it. The color was silver-just what I wanted, it didn't have any rear seats-just what I wanted and had the nicer looking wheel covers-I'd rather have the mags but mine looks better than the basic stock wheels & covers. I bought it mainly for carrying my bicycles and camping gear and it's a great van for that. I bought a fitted floor mat with a fiber finish/top-wish I'd gone ahead and spent the extra money for the fitted rubber mat. I did find a new/used 4' x 6' gym mat for $10 on CL that I put over my new mat-it cleans up really easy and provides excellent insulation from heat & noise. I don't like the fact that there isn't a center console/storage compartment. The speedometer is too small and hidden by shadows from the dash. If you wear sunglasses it's very hard to read. I installed a vent window in the passenger side slider door which took care of the huge blind spot on my right. I had my 3 side windows tinted darker. Built a wooden tool box and bolted it to the floor rings behind the seats. Added window vent shades on the front door windows and rails on the roof. It doesn't have a spare tire so that's my next upgrade. There is a winch assembly and brackets available to buy. I can buy a scissor jack and a spare tire or buy the whole assembly for @$550. I'll piece it together myself and save money. I LOVE this van! I think it's the coolest looking vehicle on the road. In the mornings when I first start it up and put it into gear it hesitates. I think it is the ZF transmission. When it first starts out it has to get fluid moving and it takes about 50-60 feet for it to smooth out. The transmission also hesitates slightly during normal driving when you first step on the gas. It takes a little getting used to but once it gets started it can really take off quickly-very peppy! I had to learn to be easy on the gas at take off compared to my old pickup truck. I highly recommend this van!