2015 Dodge Viper Pricing Drops Way Down
The Dodge Brand today released all 2015 Dodge Viper pricing figures and, in a stunning turn of events, the price has shot down by a landslide. In fact, Dodge reports that the 2015 Dodge Viper is priced competitively with the original Viper from 1992, when adjusted for inflation, even though the new Viper is much more powerful and refined.
The 2015 Viper will carry a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of just $84,995, excluding destination, license, tax, title, and that pesky gas guzzler tax. That’s $15,000 less than the 2014 model—likely making some 2014 Viper drivers a little P.O.’d that they didn’t hold off another year.
“The Gen 1 Viper had 400 horsepower. It didn’t have air conditioning, anti-lock brakes, traction control or stability control. It didn’t even have real windows. It was the purest, rawest and most visceral American performance car of its time,” commented Tim Kuniskis, President and CEO, Dodge and SRT Brands. “The Gen 5 Viper maintains the purity of the original car, with its seductive design, perfect weight balance and all-aluminum V10 with an additional 245 horsepower. But the rawness has been tamed with state-of-the-art five-mode ESC, two-mode suspension, ABS, traction control, launch control and a lightweight structure comprised of carbon fiber, magnesium and aluminum. Despite the Gen 5’s massive leap forward in technology and performance, we’re pulling its starting price back to the equivalent of the original Gen 1 car.”
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Browse all the updates for the 2015 Viper model here.