|MT - by Rory Jurnecka |
When we first heard about the 2008 Dodge Viper SRT-10 ACR, Chrysler told us that it would be priced at "under $100,000." Well, we've got official pricing info now, and the Viper ACR certainly comes in at under $100,000, but not by much.
MSRP for the 2008 Dodge Viper SRT-10 with what is technically an ACR package installed, will run $98,110 including an $850 destination charge. The base Viper SRT-10 costs $85,985 before you start ticking option boxes, so the ACR package - available only on the coupe, mind you - costs around $12,000.
Lest you be turned off by the price, keep in mind what you're getting for your twelve grand: KW Suspension coil-over adjustable racing dampers, a beefier front sway bar, lightweight forged aluminum wheels, StopTech brake rotors, a sportier interior, front splitter, and rear carbon-fiber wing. And, of course, the special paint scheme!
Especially cool is the optional "Hard Core" package available on the ACR, that sheds 40 lbs off the car's weight by deleting the audio system, underhood silencer pad, trunk carpet, and tire inflator.
We love seeing automakers cater to the enthusiasts, so we're big fans of the Viper SRT-10 ACR. In fact, you can