Earlier this year, SRT announced that the Viper’s base price would rise by $2,000, but include the Grand Touring Package and 12-speaker system, sold in 2013 for $4,495, and ordered by “nearly all buyers.” It turns out that there are a number of other changes to the iconic car for 2014. The base Viper is getting a standard HD radio with navigation and UConnect Access; it includes a 900-watt amplifier and 12 speakers, including dual subwoofers; three-mode stability control, including a new “rain” mode; and a backup camera. On GTS, in addition to these updates, buyers will get two-piece StopTech brake rotors that are lighter but higher performance, moved in from the Track Package. GTS also gets a five-mode stability control system, including rain mode. The Sidewinder II wheels and Pirelli Corsa track tires have been moved from the Track Package to become a freestanding option (included in the TA..
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