Vehicle Overview

2017 Dodge Viper Overview

     Average Used Car Price $103,774 | 1-3 years old

Expert Rating

Excellent

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Price Range MSRP

Prices reflect all trims and body styles
  • $87,895SRT
  • $118,795ACR
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Sales Rank

In 2021
#169
Out of 274 models

Passenger/Cargo Capacity

2
4
PassengersCarry on bags*

• Cargo capacity is measured behind the last row of each vehicle.

• Sedans and coupes measured based on trunk space.

• Pickup truck cargo space is measured in the bed only.

• "NA" indicates no measurements are available.

Brand Reliability Rank

In 2022
#26
Out of 30 brands
3 Best Tech Features (standard or optional)
  • 7-inch instrument cluster display with SRT Performance Pages
  • Uconnect 8.4-inch touchscreen infotainment system
  • 18-speaker Harman Kardon high-performance audio system
Competitors
Porsche 911, Porsche 718 Cayman, Nissan GT-R, Jaguar F-TYPE, Chevrolet Corvette, Alfa Romeo 4C
Beats The Competition
Faster around most racetracks than its competitors.
Louder and more boisterous styling and engine than rivals.
ACR track-focused model is one of the world's best.
Our Take
The fact that the car set 13 track records in 2016 says a lot.
It's a shame that Dodge can't make a business case for the Viper because it's so good.
The massive 8.4-liter V10 makes 645 hp, propelling this car freakishly fast around a race track.
Unfortunately, the car comes with a sky-high price tag, forcing many would-be buyers to other models.
It's not exactly an easy car to drive and would be downright unpleasant on a daily basis.
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