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Dodge Halts Viper Orders, Wonders How Many More It Can Build

The Dodge Viper’s plug is damn near pulled. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles steadfastly claims that 2017 is the final year for the Dodge Viper, and recently halted orders for the V10-powered road beast, The Detroit News reports. However, this doesn’t mean the model has reached the end of the line. At least, not just yet. After […] The post Dodge Halts Viper Orders, Wonders How Many More It Can Build appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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