Dodge Viper Ending Production in 2017 According to New Contract

Dodge Viper Ending Production

Sad news for Dodge Viper fans: a new contract between Fiat Chrysler and the United Auto Workers (UAW) union indicates that production will end for the much-loved sports car in 2017, ending an epic legacy.

The first Dodge Viper went into production in 1992, and the model was updated and re-released in 1996, 2003, 2008, 2010, and 2013. Despite this history of remodeling, the Dodge Viper will not be getting another re-issue.

Already a rare sports car, the Dodge Viper will almost certainly become more exclusive than ever, and it’s a safe bet the Fiat Chrysler will put out some extra special “goodbye” editions of the Viper before its production ends.

So if you’ve always wanted a Dodge Viper, the time to get one at its MSRP is now. With the Dodge Viper ending production, there’s no telling how high prices will skyrocket for the beloved model.w

Will you be sad to see the Dodge Viper go? Let us know what you think in the comments, and while you’re mourning, maybe look for a replacement vehicle at Warsaw Buick GMC CDJR! 

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