2014 Dodge Viper SRT Safety

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The 2014 SRT Viper hasn't been crash tested by either the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) or the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), which is common for expensive, low-production vehicles.

The Viper's massive power output and sharp dynamics have helped it to earn a reputation as a difficult car to drive, but the newest model is much friendlier than previous generations thanks to electronic stability control, which gains a "weather" mode for rain or other inclement conditions. Very capable brakes, especially on TA models, help slow or stop the Viper in evasive maneuvers. Driver and passenger multi-stage front airbags are standard, but side and curtain airbags aren't available.

Rearward visibility can be an issue with the Viper, but fortunately a rearview camera comes standard on all models.

The 2014 SRT Viper hasn't been crash-tested, and doesn't offer side airbags, but a rearview camera is standard.

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