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2015 Dodge Viper GT: Across the Country, By the Numbers

by Carlos Lago, Jay Kavanagh on August 31, 2015

2015 Dodge Viper GT

By now you've read about our coast-to-coast drive and return trip to Los Angeles in Edmunds? long-term 2015 Dodge Viper. If not, go ahead. We'll wait.

Here's a breakdown of our round-trip drive across the country in numbers:

  • Miles travelled by Carlos and Jay, respectively: 2,740, 3,124

  • Gallons of gasoline consumed: 290.5

  • Average number of fuel stops per day: 2.1

  • EPA highway mpg rating: 21

  • Carlos and Jay average mpg: 20.2

  • Best tank mpg: 25.1

  • Worst tank mpg: 15.5

  • Most miles traveled before refueling: 288

  • Average speed, mph: 63

  • Number of times Carlos and Jay burned legs against the exhaust pipe, respectively: 3, 0

  • Pairs of shorts worn by Carlos and Jay, respectively: 4, 0

  • Number of oil changes: 1

  • Capacity of oil system, in quarts: 11

  • DIY repairs performed: 1

  • Range of engine displacement guessed by onlookers, liters: 7.0-7.6

  • Cylinder count guessed by onlookers: 12

  • Number of times asked how much it cost: 0

  • Number of other Vipers encountered: 1

  • Minimum number of times Carlos and Jay cursed the 1st-to-4th skip-shift "feature": 8

  • Minimum days Carlos and Jay would wait before doing this again, respectively: 25, 31

Carlos Lago, Road Test Editor and Jay Kavanagh, Engineering Editor

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