2017 Dodge Viper Priced From $92,990 | Edmunds

2017 Dodge Viper Priced From $92,990


AUBURN HILLS, Michigan — The 2017 Dodge Viper coupe will be priced from $92,990, including a $2,600 gas-guzzler tax and $2,498 destination charge, when it begins arriving at Dodge dealerships.

There has been no increase from the price of the 2016 model.

Opting for the Viper GT and GTC variants increases the cost to $100,993, while the GTS starts at $113,093, and the track-oriented ACR is priced from $123,893, all with gas-guzzler and destination fees.

As previously reported by Edmunds, Viper production will end after the 2017 model year, and to mark the occasion Dodge is producing a series of five limited-edition 2017 Viper models, priced from $118,890, including gas-guzzler tax and destination charge.

All of the special-edition models sold out within two days after ordering opened on June 24.

Key competitors to the Viper include the Audi R8, Chevrolet Corvette Z06, Ford Mustang Shelby GT350R, Nissan GT-R and Porsche 911.

The Viper is powered by an 8.2-liter V10 engine that produces 645 horsepower and 600 pound-feet of torque and comes mated to a six-speed manual transmission.

Brembo performance brakes are standard, as are 18-inch front and 19-inch rear wheels, performance tires, a limited slip differential and tuned suspension.

Meanwhile, the 2015 Dodge Viper has been named "Collectible Vehicle of the Future" for 2016 by the National Automotive History Collection (NAHC).

Members of the board of trustees of the NAHC, a massive historical archive of automotive information, select the winner annually from North American-built vehicles introduced during the previous calendar year.

The Viper has won the NAHC award four times since 2003.

Other past winners include the Chevrolet Camaro, Chevrolet Volt, Chrysler 300, Dodge Challenger, Ford Mustang and the Pontiac Solstice.

Edmunds says: With Viper production scheduled to end next year, car shoppers interested in collecting one should visit their local Dodge dealership sooner rather than later.

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