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2017 Dodge Viper ACR: Easy To Find Faults

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When it comes to the 2017 Dodge Viper ACR the saying “nothings perfect” comes to mind and it is very easy to pick faults with it. We are talking about the Viper that Chris Evans drove while he was with Top Gear, blink and you might have missed the fact that he did play one of the hosts in the show.

While it might look good going flat out, the 2017 Dodge Viper ACR was put up onto a lift so that the construction quality of it could be checked out and as we said before it’s easy to find faults.

First let’s talk about the welding of the 2017 Dodge Viper ACR. It’s not that bad, but then again it’s not all that great for a vehicle that commands such a high price tag. The person checking it out is Jonathon Ward, Icon owner and founder, and you do have to take into account that he can be picky.

Check out the video below and see if you agree, but whether or not you don’t or don’t, one thing is for sure and this is that he does have a great insight into construction and design, despite the fact that he hasn’t had formal training. Who knows maybe at some point in the future the OEMs may want to hire him as consultant.

The 2017 Dodge Viper ACR has a price tag of $118, 795, but do you think that the build quality justifies this?

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