The 2004 Dodge Viper was part of the second generation of the Viper
sports car, which is known for its powerful performance and
aggressive styling. Here are some key details about the 2004 Viper:
Engine: The 2004 Viper was powered by an 8.3-liter V10 engine (also
known as the SRT-10), which produced 500 horsepower and 525 lb-ft
of torque. This engine is mated to a 6-speed manual transmission.
Performance: With its massive V10 engine, the 2004 Viper was
capable of impressive performance figures. It could accelerate from
0 to 60 miles per hour in approximately 3.8 seconds and had a top
speed of around 190 miles per hour. Design: The Viper was known for
its distinctive and aggressive styling. It had a long hood, a short
rear deck, and a low-slung profile. The 2004 model featured a
number of design updates, including revised front and rear fascia.
Interior: The interior of the 2004 Viper was relatively
minimalistic, with a focus on performance. It had sporty bucket
seats, a simple instrument panel, and limited creature comforts.
Body Styles: The 2004 Viper was available in two body styles: the
Viper SRT-10 Coupe and the Viper SRT-10 Convertible. The coupe had
a fixed roof, while the convertible had a removable soft top.
Handling: The Viper was known for its raw and unfiltered driving
experience. It had a robust chassis and suspension setup, which
made it well-suited for track use and aggressive driving. Safety:
Safety features in the 2004 Viper were relatively basic compared to
modern standards. It had airbags, anti-lock brakes, and stability
control. Limited Production: The Dodge Viper was a relatively
low-volume production car, and the 2004 model was no exception.
This limited production contributed to its exclusivity. Current
condition: The exterior is free of dents/door dings and the
convertible top is in excellent shape. The underside of the front
bumper does have scuffs as it can be seen in the photos, the rims
have curb rash, mainly on the passenger front rim. The interior has
been very well taken care of and the seats are free of tears. The
dash on the passenger side does have a small crack. Legacy: The
Viper had a long and storied history as a high-performance sports
car. It was known for its role in motorsports, including endurance
racing, and it gained a dedicated fan following over the years.
2004 Dodge Viper
Location:Downers Grove, Illinois
Exterior Color:Viper Black Clearcoat
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