2016 Dodge Viper Values
Select a 2016 Dodge Viper trim level
2016 model year changes
For 2016, an old trim package returns to the Viper lineup. Last seen in 2010, the ACR trim was the ultimate performance package for the Dodge Viper, turning a fast sports car into a barely legal track day toy. The new 2016 ACR trim offers buyers a similar experience, with wild aerodynamics and tires that are so sticky, they're barely street legal. The ACR blurs the line between race car and road car in a way few other vehicles can manage. The 2016 SRT Viper starts at $84,995.
Gorgeous exterior styling; powerful V10; precise 6-speed manual; available creature comforts; driving aids now standard
Special features for 2016
The Viper's evolution from a raw, violent roadster in 1992 to the sleek, world-class super coupe of today is proof of its lasting appeal. With vastly improved creature and driving comforts -- like seat-height adjustability, available leather, navigation and driving aids -- the Viper seeks to attract a more gentile crowd. But its brute power and precise 6-speed manual place it strictly in the "driver's car" category, and it's not for the faint of heart. Strictly speaking, no other car offers a visceral driving experience quite like the Viper -- and certainly not for under $100,000.
The beefed up Dodge Viper supercar seats two and is offered in four trim levels. Well-equipped in the base model, standard outfitting offers: 18” front wheels and 19” rear wheels, summer touring tires, automated xenon headlamps, LED tail lamps, LED daytime running lights, remote entry/start, tilt-only steering wheel, automated climate control, 8.4” touchscreen with Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration and a 12-speaker premium Harmon Kardon audio system. Upgrade to a higher trim level and you can add on: leather upholstery, unique body styling with special front and rear fascias, Brembo braking system, powered front seating, 18-speaker sound system, carbon-fiber interior and exterior accents, rear wing, and more. An audacious 8.4-liter V10 engine is under the hood, cranking out 645 horsepower and 600 pound-feet of torque.