Car enthusiasts come in all kinds of different forms. Some are extremely wealthy and can afford to have the latest greatest supercars that can cost anywhere from $100,000 to $1,000,000. However, most of us are not in that echelon of wealth and we have to look for less expensive ways
Dodge is saying goodbye to the Viper, maybe this time for good.
The company will release the 2017 Viper as the last model year for the iconic vehicle, which was introduced in 1992 but has seen some years where it’s been discontinued.
TFLcar’s Roman Mica was in Chelsea, Michigan recently getting a
TFLcar.com reported Tuesday that the Dodge Viper will take its final bow for the 2017 model year after 25 years in production.
Roman Mica got a chance to talk with Ryan Kim, Dodge Viper brand manager, about the four special 25th anniversary editions that will mark the end of the line.
The 2017 Dodge Viper will be the last snake to roll off the assembly line after 25 years of production.
Dodge today announced the end of the line for the Viper at the end of 2017. To make the goodbye a little less sad, Dodge also announced five new limited-production models that
The Dodge Viper is finally being put out to pasture. In a new contract between Fiat Chrysler and the United Auto Workers (UAW) union, the Dodge Viper was listed as ending production at FCA's Detroit Conner Avenue Assembly Plant in 2017. Plans for the Viper's end of production will be
Dodge’s new 2016 Viper ACR promises to be the fastest street-legal Viper in the model’s history when it hits showrooms in late 2015.
The ACR - for American Club Racing - sports a variety of chassis, suspension and aerodynamic enhancements over the stock Viper. The large rear wing, rear diffuser, hood,
$84,995...that's the new starting M.S.R.P. of both the 2014 and 2015 Dodge Viper.
In an effort to kick start lagging sales Chrysler today announced that it has lowered the starting M.S.R.P. of both the current 2014 and new 2015 Dodge Viper by $15,000.
The Dodge Viper's 8.4-liter V-10 engine & six-speed manual
About two years ago I remember Ralph Gilles, the now former CEO of the now former SRT Brand, telling me that the new SRT Viper's design was inspired by "a naked woman on the beach."
I recall thinking to myself that a Viper should never be the sexy women on the