Used Dodge Viper in North Miami Beach FL

A left profile photo of a used Dodge Viper on a racetrack.

Dodge is one of the prolific manufacturers of muscle or high-performance cars in the history of the automotive industry. To be sure, nameplates like Charger and Challenger evoke some incredible mental imagery of serious drivers melting tires and carving up the streets like a surgeon. However, nothing can match what the one-of-a-kind Dodge Viper brought to the industry. The smart money is placed on more people owning posters of the Viper than almost any other vehicle people aspire to own.

If you’re looking to get your hands on a used Dodge Viper in North Miami Beach, FL, you will want to let your interest be known with a Prestige Imports product expert today. If our showroom is lucky enough to get a Viper in stock, it doesn’t stay around for very long.

Performance Specs, Features and Technology

The Dodge Viper was in production for a long time before the manufacturer put it to bed for the last time during the 2017 model year. Every single iteration of the Viper was built from the ground up to be as impressive on the road as it would be on the racetrack. Everything from the suspension to the steering wheel is designed to allow the driver to precisely maneuver the vehicle confidentially – a must for a vehicle with the performance exhibited by the Viper. Some model years are more sparsely equipped on the inside than others. That’s not a lack of attention to detail. A lot of space needed to be allocated to the powertrain. It’s a part of a philosophy of delivering a high-performance experience unlike almost anything found in this unique segment of the automotive industry.

Almost every modern Dodge Viper uses an incredible 8.4-liter, V-10 engine that sends power to the rear wheel via a precise six-speed manual transmission. Drivers will need to take care to manage the 645 horsepower and 600 pound-feet of torque the Viper makes. Some trims can go from zero-to-60 mph in 3.6 seconds.

Unfortunately, the Viper went out of production before the automotive connectivity revolution. However, drivers will be able to monitor the engine’s performance through available SRT applications. Bluetooth connectivity for phone calls and audio functions can also be found on most model years. A premium sound system was also widely used.