2000 Dodge Viper Overview

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2000 Dodge Viper Overview

The 2000 Dodge Viper continued the tradition of the near identical dual-styles, the RT/10 Roadster and the GTS Coupe, both with 8.0-liter V10 engines that pump out a staggering 450 hp. But if that's not enough power, Dodge also continued producing a limited number of ACR (American Club Racer) Vipers, a stripped down and modified GTS that has 460 hp. Basically, the 2000 Dodge Viper ACRs are street legal racecars, even more-so than the other Vipers have been for years.

The comfort levels of the 2000 Roadster and the 2000 GTS Coupe are more than adequate for the appropriate use of the Dodge Viper: going fast. With air conditioning, power windows and locks, and a decent CD player/sound system, the 2000 Dodge Viper will keep you happy as you go barreling down the road at whatever ticket-inducing speed you feel comfortable driving. With a 0-60 mph of about 4 seconds, the 2000 Dodge Viper is one of the fastest stock cars available. The gas mileage for this beast of the road is about what you’d expect: 12 mpg city and 21 mpg highway.

Time and time again, owners of the 2000 Dodge Viper (and all Dodge Vipers) talk about the skill required to drive this car. It is fast. It is powerful. It can make all of your driving fantasies come true. But the 2000 Dodge Viper is not a car for beginners. That having been said, few cars out there can give you as much power at your fingertips.

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Fuel Gauge Is Staying Way Past Full Mark

hello i have a 2000 r/t convertible with just $10k miles & i just took out of storage and drove it about 80 miles & the Gas gauge is not moving , its staying way past the Full mark ? should i let it...

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