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2013 SRT Viper pricing?

by David Zatz on

Source kdaviper wrote that the upcoming SRT Viper was likely to get a price increase to around $137,000, around $44,000 more than the 2010 model, which listed at $93,000 including destination and gas guzzler tax (thanks oh20, for the reminder); many Vipers were sold with the $14,550 ACR package.

The new Viper is likely to have expensive upgrades to its interior, chassis, and possibly its powertrain, as GM, Ford, and others continue to add horsepower and pricey, weight-reducing materials and construction methods in the supercar race.

While the Grand Cherokee SRT8 leaped in price as well from 2010 to 2012, sales have apparently remained strong.

The 2013 SRT Viper (née Dodge Viper) is expected to be shown later this year, most likely with a private preview for the Viper Club of America followed by a public unveiling at a major car show — Chicago, New York, or Los Angeles, with most speculators believing New York will provide the best exposure and timing. The car is, like the most recent Vipers, to be built at the Conner Avenue plant.


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