The first point of observation is practicality, and a quick trip to Home Depot shows that the Dodge Viper can indeed fit a lot of junk in its trunk. Next on the list is reliability, and Doug says this Viper has been nothing but good to him since he replaced the original radiator and cooling hoses which are known to cause issues. He also notes that no specialists are needed to work on the Dodge Viper, saving him on lavor expenses, and parts are relatively cheap.
If practicality and reliability are your only real concerns, then DeMuro says you’d be more than happy with a Dodge Viper as a daily driver. However, if you’re someone who heavily considers interior comfort, fuel economy, heavy traffic usability, and/or overall safety, then you may want to hear what Doug has to say about the venomous sport car’s shortcomings.