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Old September 10th, 2012, 08:17 PM   #1
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2013 SRT Viper Official Pricing Announced



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Ever since its introduction to the world at the 2012 New York Auto Show, the all-new SRT Viper has captured the attention of automotive enthusiasts everywhere. And now we have a price tag to go along with brandís flagship performance machine.

The 2013 SRT Viper will start at $97,395 excluding a $1,995 destination fee, while the SRT Viper GTS model will be priced at $120,395 excluding the same destination fee. Both models are powered by an 8.4-liter, V10 powerplant with 640-hp and 600 lb-ft of torque. The Viper also gets to carry on its claim of having the most torque out of any naturally aspirated sports car engine in the world.

Dealer orders on both SRT Viper models are expected to begin in mid-November of this year while production of the iconic American sports car will begin in November at the American automakerís Conner Avenue Assembly Plant in Detroit.
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Old September 10th, 2012, 08:34 PM   #2
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Looks like all our guesses were pretty well spot on.. Cant wait till the car is released and starts kicking ass and taking names
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Old September 10th, 2012, 08:46 PM   #3
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All the "first drives" are amazing. MT speculated it could win the top driver's car on top of being faster than any car they've tested...
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Old September 10th, 2012, 08:55 PM   #4
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On the Morgue they are saying $140k GTS optioned out + TTL. Someone at SRT is smoking the peace pipe. Those won't sell well for long. The SRT model however should sell great @$100k.
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Old September 10th, 2012, 09:04 PM   #5
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It's cool that they offer the ability to make it what you want. Ultimately, the base car is no more than a Gen IV when you factor in inflation and is probably 10x the car. If you think the Gen IV is just peachy, buy the base model and track pack and have at it. If you are shopping it vs. an F12 and want to save 200k, option your heart out and also buy a used 458.
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It's cool that they offer the ability to make it what you want. Ultimately, the base car is no more than a Gen IV when you factor in inflation and is probably 10x the car. If you think the Gen IV is just peachy, buy the base model and track pack and have at it. If you are shopping it vs. an F12 and want to save 200k, option your heart out and also buy a used 458.
No one who can afford an F12 will ever consider the Viper as an alternative. Notice I didn't say someone who has the money for an F12, I said someone who can afford it. Very big difference. Being able to afford something is the ability to purchase something without any sacrifice. Same goes for the 911TT. People considering one or the other aren't going to consider the Viper. The 911 TT PDK has launch control and will destroy a Gen V on the streets. Stop light racing is what most of these people care about, not the track.
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No one who can afford an F12 will ever consider the Viper as an alternative. Notice I didn't say someone who has the money for an F12, I said someone who can afford it. Very big difference. Being able to afford something is the ability to purchase something without any sacrifice. Same goes for the 911TT. People considering one or the other aren't going to consider the Viper. The 911 TT PDK has launch control and will destroy a Gen V on the streets. Stop light racing is what most of these people care about, not the track.


0-150 I am sure the gen 5 will stomp the next 911 turbo.

Still think the best money is the gen 2 with a TT system will kick the crap out of all of them...and look damn good doing it.
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On the Morgue they are saying $140k GTS optioned out + TTL. Someone at SRT is smoking the peace pipe. Those won't sell well for long. The SRT model however should sell great @$100k.

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A steal at $97,395 (excluding $1,995 destination).
The SRT Viper GTS builds on the DNA of the SRT Viper model with more technologically advanced solutions and a more premium and mature evolution of the classic, extreme performance formula.
It can be yours for $120,395 (excluding $1,995 destination).
Thats from the Chrysler Blog.
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Old September 11th, 2012, 01:00 PM   #9
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It's cool that they offer the ability to make it what you want. Ultimately, the base car is no more than a Gen IV when you factor in inflation and is probably 10x the car. If you think the Gen IV is just peachy, buy the base model and track pack and have at it. If you are shopping it vs. an F12 and want to save 200k, option your heart out and also buy a used 458.
Gen V is 10X the car compared to the Gen IV?

Respectfully disagree.
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0-150 I am sure the gen 5 will stomp the next 911 turbo.
Maybe the other way around, after 150 = Viper. I don't know about stomping, those PDK turbo cars are nutz down low, 0-60 in the 2's. New Viper should be low 3's easily, guess we'll see how quickly the Viper can catch up after that PDK launch and pass it at whatever speed? Either way the turbos are sorta numb and boring to drive, very fast and comfy... yes, but I'd take a GT3 any day over it. On the road course though, safe to say that's where the 911 will get stomped. Disregarding the ACR, the regular Gen IV still put an ass hurting on almost everyone, bet the V is going to be throwing up some crazy track results in non-ACR form.
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Thats from the Chrysler Blog.
From my understanding, that's without the carbon accents, and premium leather. Someone on the morgue did the math (I assume) and said with all optioned you are looking at $140k.

$120k loaded for a GTS is what I think it should be priced.
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Gen V is 10X the car compared to the Gen IV?

Respectfully disagree.
Care to elaborate?
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Care to elaborate?
- 40 hp/40 tq over gen IV, not a huge jump, actual RWHP TBD (many gen IV's were over 600hp at the crank - mine dynoed 556 hp)
- I'll give you the interior improvements
- fit and finish TBD with production cars, test mules have not shown an improvement IMO
- styling is a personal preference
- cruise control/launch control/traction control is a personal preference also (I'm with Chuck on this one)
- I think my gen IV ACR will be faster than a gen V coupe on a track. If a gen V ACR ever comes out, I will be curious to see the price versus performance improvement comparison

Overall I think the Gen V might be a small improvement, but not 10X, and not enough for me to even consider selling my gen IV ACR for one.
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- I think my gen IV ACR will be faster than a gen V coupe on a track. If a gen V ACR ever comes out, I will be curious to see the price versus performance improvement comparison

Overall I think the Gen V might be a small improvement, but not 10X, and not enough for me to even consider selling my gen IV ACR for one.
I'd go in the middle and say 5X the car. My conclusions after doing lots of comparasons, is the Gen V is as much an improvement over the IV as is going from a Gen 1 RT (around a 94 model) to an early model Gen2 like a 96 or 97 GTS.
The new car has wider tires, a stiffer and lighter frame/chassis, new shocks, a *little* bit more power and a thermoplastic manifold to keep engine temps down a bit. A well versed driver in the new car could no doubt eclipse some of the current stock for stock records set by current and past model cars.
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No one who can afford an F12 will ever consider the Viper as an alternative. Notice I didn't say someone who has the money for an F12, I said someone who can afford it. Very big difference. Being able to afford something is the ability to purchase something without any sacrifice. Same goes for the 911TT. People considering one or the other aren't going to consider the Viper. The 911 TT PDK has launch control and will destroy a Gen V on the streets. Stop light racing is what most of these people care about, not the track.
In economics, any think you purcase has an "opportuity cost", regardless of how rich you are. If you purchase a new Viper, you may be rich enough that it means nothing to you, but that still is money you could have spent on a dozen really esquisite whores. Whatever you spend on anything is money you cannot spend on something else.

Or you can be like TIFF and buy something, sell it and buy something else, sell it and buy something else. Real wealth is not to have the burdon of owning everything at once, but to have had the opportunity to own everything once.
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