I don't know how the dealers around here plan on selling any Pacificas. I went shopping at the biggest dealer in the area, and found eight Pacifica vans. Seven were strippers, and one was a Limited. One was red, and all the rest were gray. They were located about 150 yards from the showroom on the very end of the back lot. Between them and the showroom were about 250 Jeeps, a dozen Durangos, and four 2016 Dodge and Chrysler vans, two of them modified for wheel chair access. There were no 200s, no Darts, a handful of Chargers and 300s, and maybe 20 Challengers. The entire front row, the length of a football field, two and three and some places four deep, was made up of Ram trucks, including a dozen ProMaster vans right outside the showroom entrance. I'd estimate the number of Rams at about 3-400. FWIW, the salesman said they didn't have any vans because they sell so fast and they can't get any, especially Limited models. Right! I don't drive as much anymore, but I've seen a grand total of two on the road since they were launched. Seems strange that they parked all of them so far from the showroom. Since Kia displays a 15-20 vans on their front row, I would think they could have found room for eight by moving two rows of Jeeps or Rams down four spaces. Especially strange since the majority of passenger van buyers are retirees and people with kids and they make them walk the longest distance. Just curious, but does Chrysler recommend the pecking order for vehicle display?