Bummer, no radios? Because you just don't want to install any, or because you can't find any room?
Nice car there, but that's one reason I gave myself a Dodge Grand Caravan. Lots of room for console and in-dash radios. And the stow-and-go seating, of course.
Mine looks similar to this one, except that mine has a roof-top luggage rack and a couple extra roof-mount antennas...
I found room in the center dash console by removing the sliding retractable ash tray (which I don't use) and installing my dual-band mobile ham radio transceiver there. There is also room in the center floor console for a second mobile radio and a dual-band HT, which I keep charged for when I need to be out of the van.
I need to say that the above photos are NOT my van (but they are the same model and year, 2008), merely using the photos to show what room I have in my van for radios. One of these days I will take a couple of photos to show how I have everything installed.
With my mobile/HT capability, I can use low power on my HT while using my dual-band mobile rig as a portable repeater to boost my range.
The best part is that I did NOT have to remove the sliding retractable cup holder!
Although I can remove it if I absolutely need the room for another radio. Might need to as I am planning to add a scanner and a GMRS transceiver (after I apply for the license).
73 de N0JAA.