Brutally powerful - but with all the right creature comforts -
makes a car like this 2000 Dodge Viper GTS instantly attractive.
And when you see the full package is both premium and intimidating
on this low-mileage supercar, it makes this 450 hp V10 machine a
truly irresistible deal.
The GTS was a true racing-inspired Viper. The more aerodynamic
lines of the coupe were better for speed. And so were the hood
scoop, heat extractors, and the full-with rear spoiler. Dodge even
specially crafted the roof so your helmet would fit better. That's
why these first-gen coupes seem to attract a few more collectors.
And so it makes it even more attractive to find one that has
averaged less than 250 miles annually over its lifetime so far.
Most factory black cars look like they want to be lurking in the
shadows, but this one is a little bit different. The black has an
attention-grabbing gloss, and the silver racing stripes contrast
the black nicely with adding to the shine. It even has true flair
with those polished 18-inch wheels. So the muscular lines of this
coupe want to be noticed. It's like a champion boxer out on the
town after his heavyweight victory.
Low mileage also means a less seat time and a sharp-looking
interior. The coupe came in the Viper's 2nd gen, and for many of
us, that's where they hit the sweet spot. Dodge was able to add
comforts without losing that raw sports car feel. So you get great
features like power windows, power locks, keyless entry/alarm, an
upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo w/USB, and cold-blowing air conditioning.
There are even nice safety features like dual front airbags. But
the full feeling isn't really a coddler. The extra bolstering of
the leather sport seats, bold white-faced gauges, auxiliary
readouts dominating the top of the dash, and confident mechanical
action of the stick shift are a reminder that this is for real
While the exterior and interior are dominated by a deep black, the
engine bay is attractive for its blood red. The bold finish for the
special 8.0-liter fuel-injected V10 was Mopar's way of
acknowledging that they knew you'd be showing off the monster motor
everywhere you parked. And on a car with such low mileage, that
impressive presentation remains exactly how they intended. It truly
roars to life with the kind of rumble that lets people know you
have 450 hp and 490 lb-ft of torque. You get complete control of
this via six-speed manual transmission, power steering, and a
race-inspired fully independent suspension. Plus, four-wheel disc
brakes and grippy Michelin Pilot Sport tires are exactly what you
want for stopping power.
All Vipers are mean machines, but when you have the added style of
and substance of this GTS, it gives you a true brute-in-a-suit
presentation. So that makes this one special for far more than its
ultra-low mileage. Call today!!!