1995 Dodge Viper Overview

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2 Dr RT/10 Convertible
Avg. Price: $33,313

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Rt/10 Viper by Rob
 — The acceleration is rapid Handles suprisingly well Build quality is quite poor handling is quite heavy The gears are quite close together so it is quite hard to select the right gear when travelling a... Read More

1995 Dodge Viper Overview

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1995 Dodge Viper

What do you get when you take an 8.0-liter, 10-cylinder engine that puts out 400 hp, drop it into one of the most recognizable and confident 2-door roadster convertible bodies in automotive history, and put a speed hungry driver behind the wheel?  The 1995 Dodge Viper with you driving, that's what.  Almost nothing was changed in the Viper from 1994 to 1995.  Why mess with near perfection, right?

Air-conditioning is the only real factory option available for the 1995 Dodge Viper still.  But with 2 seats, the only people you have to keep comfortable are yourself and a passenger (if anyone you know gets that lucky), and you're probably going to be too busy enjoying the raw power at your fingertips through the wheel and the 6-speed manual transmissions to notice insignificant creature comforts or care about your passenger's comfort level.  If they're not as impressed with your Viper's performance, who needs 'em anyway?  There was a small but unfortunate drop in gas mileage in the 1995 Dodge Viper, down to 12/21 mpg (city/highway), but sacrifices sometimes need to be made for power.

Owner opinion of the 1995 Dodge Viper is just as high as it has been in previous years.  Consumer reviews of the 1995 Dodge Viper typically revolve around the speed and acceleration (claims of 0-60 of under 4 seconds have been made by more than one user).  Viper owners are die-hard believers in this muscle car, and they seem to have good reason to be.

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How Many Yellow Vipers Were Built In 1995

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