Is the Viper TA the Best Driving Car in the Fiat Chrysler Lineup?

by Jay Traugott
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There's a new player in town from Alfa Romeo.
Dodge is pretty desperate to sell Vipers these days. Perhaps that’s one reason why it has knocked $15,000 off the price tag. It’s really a good bargain for those who, first off, have the $100k to spend already, and want something akin to an analog supercar, which is very much a dying breed. Ferrari hasn’t offered a manual gearbox for some time, but the Viper, notably the Viper TA, still has a good old six-speed manual. Granted the Viper isn’t perfect. It’s not comfortable for long road trips and can be tough to handle.
But it’s still a Viper and that means an awful lot. Matt Farah gets behind the wheel of a Viper TA to offer his opinion, but we sadly don’t get to see the Viper-Alfa 4C comparison test. You’ll need /Drive+ for that.

Is the Viper TA the Best Driving Car in the Fiat Chrysler Lineup?
Is the Viper TA the Best Driving Car in the Fiat Chrysler Lineup?
Is the Viper TA the Best Driving Car in the Fiat Chrysler Lineup?
Is the Viper TA the Best Driving Car in the Fiat Chrysler Lineup?
Is the Viper TA the Best Driving Car in the Fiat Chrysler Lineup?
Is the Viper TA the Best Driving Car in the Fiat Chrysler Lineup?
Is the Viper TA the Best Driving Car in the Fiat Chrysler Lineup?






by Jay Traugott
Is the Viper TA the Best Driving Car in the Fiat Chrysler Lineup?