Official pricing for the 2015 Dodge Viper SRT lineup has been released, and they do not sting much. With the base Viper beginning at just $85k and the range topper available for around $107k, this is an exotic sports car that will appeal to a wider market.
The 2013 SRT Viper started at around $97k, and when sales began to lag the brand began to focus on alternatives. Now the gorgeous low-slung creature can be had for around $12k less without sacrificing that throaty power. All 2015 Dodge Viper SRT cars are packing heavy artillery in the form of an 8.4-liter V10 engine delivering 645 horses. The power is fed to the beast through a 6-speed manual transmission. Yes, that is a manual transmission when so many luxury and exotic car companies are removing that option entirely. With so many automated only offerings, the Dodge Viper gains advantages in both pricing and handling.
How the pricing for the 2015 Dodge Viper fleet will play out:
- The base Viper: $85,000
- The mid-range Viper GT: $495
- The luxurious Viper GTS: $107
- The track-focused Viper 2.0 TA: $102k
The track focused Dodge Viper 2.0 TA is obviously the most aggressive in terms of power and speed. It is not, however, the most expensive because it lacks the luxury trim package of the Viper GTS. By arranging the lineup in a way that each type of buyer can get what they want, the Viper’s sting is reduced and overall sales should improve this year.
Let’s finish by mentioning the luxury trim in that Viper GTS model. For those craving a sporty yet sophisticated mode of transportation, the GTS Viper delivers with Nappa leather, Alcantara, an 18-speaker Harman Kardon system, 6-way power driver and passenger seating and loads of standard and optional technologies.
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