Used Dodge Viper Coupes

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2015 Dodge Viper What's new for 2015? 
2015 Dodge Viper

The biggest news for the 2015 Dodge Viper is the reintroduction of the "Dodge" label itself. Additionally, a new mid-priced GT model offers nicer interior appointments, and the track-ready Time Attack model returns with more available colors. On top of that, Dodge reduced the starting price by $15,000.

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2009 Dodge Viper What's new for 2009? 
2009 Dodge Viper

Changes for 2009 are limited to some new paint colors, new wheels and slight revisions to the steel frame, fuel tank and fuel filler.

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2008 Dodge Viper What's new for 2008? 
2008 Dodge Viper

For 2008, the Viper STR10 gets 90 additional horsepower over the 2006 version (there was no 2007 model). Now at 8.4 liters (up from 8.3), its V10 is coupled to a stronger six-speed manual transmission with a racing-style twin-disc clutch. The latter two combine to both handle the additional power and reduce shifting effort. There are also new front fenders, while a revised hood features a larger intake scoop and functional air-exhaust vents.

About Dodge Viper

The 2015 Dodge Viper is America's lone exotic car, distinct from the everyday-drivable Chevrolet Corvette Z06 thanks to its unparalleled wildness. But the Viper's raw, untamed nature adds to its appeal while simultaneously preventing it from ever being as widely adopted as its Chevrolet competitor. The 645-horsepower V10 engine displacing a whopping 8.4 liters is part of the mystique as it thrums and spits under the long hood, routing its exhaust through side pipes ready to singe your pants as you exit. Compared to the original, sure, the Viper's been tamed, but it remains the antithesis of a well-mannered automobile. If you're looking for livability, get the Corvette, Aston Martin Vantage or Nissan GT-R. If you're looking for pure, unadulterated insanity, then here you go.

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