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- Build Your Own: This tab prices your Dodge SRT Viper with options, gives side-by-side car comparisons and requests a quote.
- Get Price Quotes: This tab provides pricing from local dealerships. Get as many quotes as possible. When dealers compete you save.
- Search Inventory: This tab tells you which local dealerships have your Dodge SRT Viper in stock.
- Financing: This tab compares interest rates. Dealers don't always offer the best deal.
- Trade-In Values: This tab tells you what your current car is worth so you can complete your deal.
- SRT Viper Reviews: Still not sure about the car? Click on the "SRT Viper Reviews" tab to learn about the vehicle.
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Build your own Dodge SRT Viper to your specifications. Price with options, compare cars side-by-side and request a quote. Click on “Build this Car” below.
Get Dodge SRT Viper pricing from local dealerships. Get as many quotes as possible because when dealers compete for your business, you save.
Find out which local dealerships have your new Chrysler Town & Country in stock. You can contact the dealers by phone or email.
Find out what your current car is worth so you can complete your deal.
Compare interest rates because dealers don’t always offer the best deal.
Still not sure about the Dodge SRT Viper? Read reviews to learn more about the vehicle.
Excessively long at the prow and slinky low for a two-seat cockpit with a raucous ten-cylinder engine exerting overwhelming muscle from a herd of horses, the SRT10 Viper from Dodge is America’s most powerful sports car.
Heading the Dodge powertrain parade is a coupe rendition of the raucous Viper SRT-10 two-seat sports car with a double-bubble hardtop roof and a streamlined body. The long hood is painted in Viper Blue with dual white racing stripes.
A new design for the Viper roadster emerged last year to beat all contenders, thanks to that V10 powertrain that pushes the power curve up to 500 hp plus more than 500 lb-ft of torque.
The RT-10 roadster and GTS coupe, original versions of Dodge’s two-seat sports car, faded into history in 2002 but a new design for the roadster emerges in 2003 and it beats everything else on the road.