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2017 Dodge Viper

ACR Extreme Coupe8.4L V10RWD6M3.3 sec11.5 sec @ 126 mph12/19/---- mpgCar and Driver
Vooodoo II Special Edition ACR Coupe8.4L V10RWD6M3.6 sec11.7 sec @ 128 mph12/19/---- mpgMotor Week

2016 Dodge Viper

ACR Coupe8.4L V10RWD6M3.3 sec11.5 sec @ 124.7 mph12/21/---- mpgMotor Trend
ACR Coupe8.4L V10RWD6M3.5 sec11.5 sec @ 127.3 mph12/21/---- mpgMotor Trend
ACR Coupe8.4L V10RWD6M3.6 sec11.7 sec @ 128 mph12/21/---- mpgMotor Week
ACR Coupe8.4L V10RWD6M3.5 sec11.6 sec @ 125.7 mph12/21/---- mpgRoad & Track

2015 Dodge Viper

GTC Coupe8.4L V10RWD6M3.4 sec11.5 sec @ 130 mph12/21/14 mpgCar and Driver

2014 SRT Viper

TA Coupe8.4L V10RWD6M3.3 sec11.3 sec @ 129.3 mph12/19/---- mpgMotor Trend
TA Coupe8.4L V10RWD6M3.3 sec11.4 sec @ 129 mph12/19/---- mpgMotor Week
TA Coupe8.4L V10RWD6M3.4 sec11.6 sec @ 126.7 mph12/19/---- mpgRoad & Track

2013 SRT Viper

Coupe8.4L V10RWD6M3.5 sec11.5 sec @ 128.7 mph12/19/---- mpgMotor Trend
GTS Coupe8.4L V10RWD6M3.2 sec11.5 sec @ 126 mph12/19/17 mpgCar and Driver
GTS Coupe8.4L V10RWD6M3.4 sec11.4 sec @ 128.6 mph12/19/15.8 mpgMotor Trend
GTS Coupe8.4L V10RWD6M3.5 sec11.5 sec @ 128 mph12/19/---- mpgMotor Week

2010 Dodge Viper

SRT10 Roadster8.4L V10RWD6M3.7 sec12.0 sec @ 126 mph13/22/---- mpgMotor Week

2009 Dodge Viper

SRT10 Coupe8.4L V10RWD6M3.6 sec11.8 sec @ 128 mph13/22/13 mpgCar and Driver

2008 Dodge Viper

SRT10 ACR Coupe8.4L V10RWD6M3.4 sec11.8 sec @ 126 mph13/22/12 mpgCar and Driver
SRT10 Coupe8.4L V10RWD6M3.5 sec11.6 sec @ 126 mph13/22/14 mpgCar and Driver
SRT10 Roadster8.4L V10RWD6M3.7 sec11.7 sec @ 124.4 mph13/22/---- mpgMotor Trend
SRT10 Roadster8.4L V10RWD6M3.9 sec11.9 sec @ 123 mph13/22/---- mpgMotor Week
SRT10 Roadster8.4L V10RWD6M3.5 sec11.6 sec @ 126 mph13/22/13 mpgCar and Driver

2006 Dodge Viper

SRT10 Coupe8.3L V10RWD6M3.8 sec12.1 sec @ 120 mph11/19/15 mpgCar and Driver
SRT10 Coupe8.3L V10RWD6M4.0 sec12.5 sec @ 117 mph11/19/14 mpgCar and Driver
SRT10 Coupe8.3L V10RWD6M3.9 sec12.1 sec @ 120.9 mph11/19/---- mpgMotor Trend
SRT10 Coupe8.3L V10RWD6M4.0 sec12.0 sec @ 121.9 mph11/19/---- mpgMotor Trend
SRT10 Coupe8.3L V10RWD6M4.2 sec12.2 sec @ 118 mph11/19/---- mpgMotor Trend
SRT10 Coupe8.3L V10RWD6M4.0 sec12.5 sec @ 118 mph11/19/---- mpgMotor Week
SRT10 Coupe8.3L V10RWD6M4.1 sec12.2 sec @ 119.6 mph11/19/---- mpgRoad & Track

2005 Dodge Viper

SRT10 Roadster8.3L V10RWD6M4.0 sec12.1 sec @ 119.3 mph11/19/10 mpgRoad & Track

2004 Dodge Viper

Competition Coupe8.3L V10RWD6M3.1 sec11.2 sec @ 130 mph----/----/---- mpgCar and Driver
Hennessey Venom Twin Turbo SRT-10 Roadster8.6L Twin-Turbo V10RWD6M3.7 sec11.1 sec @ 141 mph----/----/---- mpgCar and Driver
RSI 700 Roadster (Racing Solutions)8.3L V10RWD6M3.3 sec11.4 sec @ 128 mph----/----/---- mpgCar and Driver
RSI SR Twin Turbo SRT-10 Roadster8.6L Twin-Turbo V10RWD6M4.1 sec11.7 sec @ 131 mph----/----/---- mpgCar and Driver
SRT10 Roadster8.3L V10RWD6M3.9 sec11.77 sec @ 123.63 mph11/19/---- mpgMotor Trend

2003 Dodge Viper

Hennessey Venom 600 Roadster8.3L V10RWD6M3.4 sec11.4 sec @ 127 mph----/----/---- mpgCar and Driver
SRT10 Roadster8.3L V10RWD6M3.9 sec12.1 sec @ 121 mph11/20/11 mpgCar and Driver
SRT10 Roadster8.3L V10RWD6M4.0 sec12.4 sec @ 116 mph11/20/---- mpgMotor Week

2001 Dodge Viper

GTS Coupe8.0L V10RWD6M4.1 sec12.2 sec @ 119.8 mph10/19/---- mpgMotor Trend
GTS ACR Coupe8.0L V10RWD6M4.3 sec12.6 sec @ 114 mph10/19/12 mpgCar and Driver
GTS ACR Coupe8.0L V10RWD6M4.16 sec12.19 sec @ 119.15 mpg10/19/---- mpgMotor Trend
GTS ACR Coupe8.0L V10RWD6M4.3 sec12.4 sec @ 120 mph10/19/---- mpgMotor Week
Hennessey Venom 800 Twin Turbo GTS Coupe8.0L Twin-Turbo V10RWD6M2.43 sec10.71 sec @ 137.6 mph----/----/---- mpgMotor Trend
Lingenfelter Viper Coupe9.1L V10RWD6M3.3 sec11.0 sec @ 134 mph----/----/---- mpgCar and Driver

2000 Dodge Viper

GTS ACR Coupe8.0L V10RWD6M3.9 sec12.4 sec @ 117.6 mph11/19/---- mpgMotor Trend
GTS ACR Coupe8.0L V10RWD6M4.0 sec12.1 sec @ 121 mph11/19/---- mpgMotor Week
RT/10 Roadster8.0L V10RWD6M4.25 sec12.33 sec @ 118.19 mph11/19/---- mpgMotor Trend
TNT King Snake Coupe8.5L V10RWD6M3.6 sec11.4 sec @ 131 mph----/----/---- mpgCar and Driver

1999 Dodge Viper

GT2 Coupe8.0L V10RWD6M4.0 sec12.1 sec @ 120.5 mph10/19/---- mpgMotor Trend
Hennessey Venom 650R Coupe8.4L V10RWD6M3.3 sec11.2 sec @ 131.7 mph----/----/---- mpgMotor Trend

1998 Dodge Viper

GTS Coupe8.0L V10RWD6M4.0 sec12.2 sec @ 118 mph11/20/---- mpgCar and Driver
GTS Coupe8.0L V10RWD6M4.1 sec12.2 sec @ 118.6 mph11/20/---- mpgMotor Trend
Hennessey Venom 600 GTS Coupe8.4L V10RWD6M3.5 sec11.7 sec @ 126 mph----/----/---- mpgCar and Driver
RT/10 Roadster8.0L V10RWD6M4.1 sec12.3 sec @ 117.9 mph11/20/---- mpgMotor Trend
SVSi RT/10 Roadster8.0L V10RWD6M3.6 sec12.2 sec @ 119 mph----/----/---- mpgCar and Driver

1997 Dodge Viper

GTS Coupe8.0L V10RWD6M4.0 sec12.3 sec @ 115 mph11/20/13 mpgCar and Driver
GTS Coupe8.0L V10RWD6M4.0 sec12.2 sec @ 119.3 mph11/20/---- mpgMotor Trend
GTS Coupe8.0L V10RWD6M4.1 sec12.4 sec @ 117.3 mph11/20/---- mpgMotor Trend
Hennessey Venom 600 GTS Coupe8.4L V10RWD6M3.7 sec11.5 sec @ 129.1 mph----/----/---- mpgMotor Trend

1996 Dodge Viper

Hennessey Venom 600 GTS Coupe8.4L V10RWD6M3.8 sec11.8 sec @ 124 mph----/----/---- mpgMotor Trend
RT/10 Roadster8.0L V10RWD6M5.0 sec13.2 sec @ 113.4 mph11/20/---- mpgMotor Trend

1995 Dodge Viper

RT/10 Roadster8.0L V10RWD6M4.3 sec12.8 sec @ 109 mph11/20/14 mpgCar and Driver

1994 Dodge Viper

Hennessey Venom 550 Roadster8.0L V10RWD6M3.5 sec11.7 sec @ 120.9 mph----/----/---- mpgMotor Trend
Hennessey Venom 500 Roadster8.0L V10RWD6M3.6 sec12.1 sec @ 116.3 mph----/----/---- mpgMotor Trend

1993 Dodge Viper

RT/10 Roadster8.0L V10RWD6M4.5 sec13.2 sec @ 112.1 mph12/20/---- mpgMotor Trend
RT/10 Roadster8.0L V10RWD6M5.2 sec13.6 sec @ 107 mph12/20/---- mpgMotor Week

1992 Dodge Viper

RT/10 Roadster8.0L V10RWD6M4.5 sec12.9 sec @ 113 mph11/20/---- mpgChrysler
RT/10 Roadster8.0L V10RWD6M4.8 sec13.1 sec @ 109.3 mph11/20/---- mpgMotor Trend
RT/10 Roadster8.0L V10RWD6M4.9 sec13.2 sec @ 109 mph11/20/---- mpgRoad & Track

About Dodge Viper

Before the Viper was returned to the Dodge fold, it was known as the SRT Viper, a sports car powered by an 8.4 liter V10 engine. The engine can send up to 640 horsepower and 600 pound-feet of torque. Weak demand, however, had SRT stopping production of this sports car. A year later, the Viper was returned to the Dodge fold.

Hoping to turn the fortunes around of this sports car, Dodge has improved the power of the engine and added a new GT model. Several new colors are also now available for this sports car. It remains to be seen, however, if these improvements would save the day for the Viper.

Specs

SRT Viper 0-60Here are the specs of the 2015 Dodge SRT Viper:

  • Engine: 8.4-liter, V10
  • Power: 645 horsepower @6200 rpm
  • Torque: 600 pound-feet @5000 rpm
  • Transmission: Six speed manual
  • Fuel Economy Ratings: 12 mpg city driving, 20 mpg highway driving
  • 0-60 mph: 3.4 seconds
  • Top speed: 177 mph
  • MSRP: $86,900

Performance

The engine of the 2015 Viper is the same as that of the previous model. It’s an 8.4 liter, V10 engine. However, the horsepower has been upgraded by 5 ponies to 645 from the 640 horsepower. The torque is the same at 600 pound-feet.

With this engine, the sports car can zoom to 0-60 miles per hour in around 3.4 seconds, and at the quarter-mile mark at around 11.5 seconds. Top speed is around 177 miles per hour. Standard transmission is a six-speed manual.

The Viper’s grip is balanced and massive, whether you are to brake or accelerate. Performance is exhilarating, as the naturally aspirated engine gives you that tune when revving and moves the vehicle at breakneck speed.

Driving the Viper, however, is not for everyone. The quick steering ratio can make it difficult to drive, even for seasoned drivers. The six-speed manual transmission is also quite botchy.

Sports cars aren’t known for being fuel efficient and the Viper is no exception. It has fuel efficiency ratings of 12 miles per gallon for city driving and 20 mpg for highway driving. That’s slightly up from the 12/19 mpg ratings that the 2014 SRT Viper had.

Interior and Exterior

Almost two decades since its launch, the Viper still has that familiar shape. It was originally intended as a contemporary version of the 60’s Shelby Cobra. Today, many of those cues have been retained in the 2015 version. There are swollen fenders, long and low hood, and slightly rounded canopy.

There are new colors available for the Viper—Stryker Purple and Yorange for the base model. There’s also a unique Ceramic Blue color available for the GTS model.

Inside, you’ll notice that the cabin is quite roomy for a coupe. In fact, the automaker says that drivers who stand up to 6 feet, 7 inches in height should be able to sit in comfortably in this car. Leg and headroom is sufficient for most drivers, plus it does not hurt that the seats are adjustable and comfortable.

Cargo space is at 14.65 cubic feet although the odd shape of the hatch means you’ll have to stuff in soft-sided bags in this car.

Standard equipment includes an 8.4 inch UConnect touchscreen infotainment system and Sirius XM Radio. The premium version of the said infotainment system has traffic information, navigation, 3D maps, HD radio, and voice destination entry. The standard media hub isn’t shabby as it has SD card and USB ports plus an auxiliary input.

Optional equipment includes carbon fiber interior and exterior accents, carbon front-corner splitters, and Laguna premium leather.

Safety

It is no secret that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and Insurance Institute for Highway Safety often skip expensive and low-volume sports cars like the Viper in their crash tests. Despite this, you would love to learn that the Viper has tons of safety features like air bags, anti-lock brakes, traction control, stability control, and pre-tensioning seat belts. There’s also a back-up camera which is a standard on the GTS models.

Pricing

The base price of the Viper is around $87,000 making it a good choice for motorists looking for a sports car without exhausting all of their lifetime savings. It is ranged against other sports cars like the Porsche 911, Audi R8, Maserati Gran Turismo, Nissan GT-R, Aston Martin Vantage and Jaguar F-Type.

It should be noted that all the aforementioned sports cars are more expensive than the Viper. The Porsche 911 has nearly 20 variants, with prices that can go all the way up to around $200,000. But its base model the Carrera can be had for around $85,000, which is almost of the same price as that of the Viper.

Dodge hopes that the Viper can recover from its disastrous sales performance in 2014. However the lack of really exciting upgrades can hurt the sports car, as motorists looking for a powerful and features-packed super car would have more options.

For more information about the Dodge Viper, visit the official Dodge website.

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