A few months back when SRT launched the all-new Viper, at $97,395, it was one of the more frugal supercars on the market. And considering it came with a 640-hp 8.4-liter V10, it had enthusiasts gnawing at the bone to get one.
But now, as Chrysler begins to see sales rise, it seems they might have started rethinking the $100K limit. Thus, a price increase. At the base level, you’ll be staring down a $99,395 price tag, not including the $2,600 gas-guzzler tax and a $1,995 destination fee. Total cost should set you back somewhere around $103,990.
This represents a $2,000 increase from previous, but it does cover some added new equipment like an HD radio with navigation and Uconnect access, a 900 watt 12 speaker Harman Kardon audio system and a ParkView Back-up camera.
The fully-loaded SRT Viper GTS will still rake in some $121,895 (not including gas guzzler and destination). No official word yet on how much the Viper TA will cost, but expect it to sit somewhere in the middle at around $116,000.
- Technology & Electronics