I have to assume that Dodge expected the world to kneel at the feet of the all-new Viper when it was launched in 2013. That hasn't happened, and sales have been rather sluggish.
They've been so sluggish, in fact, that Dodge has decided to drop the price way down for the 2015 model year. The 2015 Viper will wear a base price tag of $85,000, which should have some starting to look at it as a bargain, relatively speaking.
The Sabelt seats are comfortable, the uConnect system in the dash works quite well, and the car looks great on the outside. That's before you even get to the 640-horsepower V-10 engine under the hood, grab the six-speed manual gearbox, and plant the throttle to ignite the rear tires.