Dodge Viper Convertibles

Dodge Viper

About Dodge Viper

Six-hundred horsepower, zero-to-60 miles-per-hour acceleration in less than four seconds, a reported top speed of more than 200 miles per hour, an improved highway ride and exemplary race-track behavior are all available for a starting price under $90,000. That's the 2009 Dodge Viper SRT10 – "SRT" stands for "Street and Racing Technology" Engineering, while "10" represents the number of cylinders in its engine. This fourth-generation Viper comes in two body styles: A fixed-roof Coupe and the convertible Roadster. No longer alone on American soil, look for hot competition from Chevrolet's fire-breathing Corvette ZR1.

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.

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.

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