2015 Dodge Viper GT: Developing Stockholm Syndrome

Edmunds.comEdmunds.com Member, Administrator, Moderator Posts: 10,237
edited February 2016 in Dodge
It turns out that are few Viper aficionados on the staff. The 2015 BMW M235i and 2015 Ford Mustang GT are more routinely signed out for those who want a car with a little get-up-and-go. I prefer driving vehicles with a little bit of pep underhood, so my options within our current fleet of cars are limited. I began taking the Viper home at the end of the night with increasing regularity. And then my contempt started to wane.

Read the full story here

Comments

  • kirkhilles1kirkhilles1 Member Posts: 863
    Yeah, to me the Viper is a specialty car when you have at least 5 other high $ vehicles in your "fleet". Its the type of car you get in when your angry and need to blow off some steam. Its not for sitting in traffic. Its when you want to feel pure, American, unrefined muscle.
  • subatomicsubatomic Member Posts: 140
    I am glad that the Viper is in the long-term fleet. For a while, I was a proponent (perhaps a broken record) for adding it. This long-term test is even more significant since it appears that FCA has no plans for continuing the Viper beyond the current generation. If the Viper is discontinued, hopefully its absence will be temporary and it will return....further evolved and polished.
Sign In or Register to comment.