The car will rip the road out from under you if you don't respect it. It is so responsive it is hard to drive at first. It is hard not to push down on the pedal and let it rip. You do not have to race anyone to prove anything, the car is fast and they all know it. After owing my Viper for five years it is still a thrill to drive. It feels good to even wax it and see the body lines and stripes glisten in the garage lighting.
Body lines, accileration, solidness, handling in corners, @80MPH it feels like it is idling(and it is 1400RPM)Not that it matters ,but it really gets over 20 miles per gallon on the highway @ 80MPH.
Turning radius is not good, there is no cup holder, shifting took a while to master, radio speakers had to be upgraded, Front end clearence and length of hood makes it hard to park. (you have to back in to be safe)
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