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31% of People We Polled Wish This Discontinued Car Would Make a Comeback
SlashGear polled 621 people located in the U.S. and asked them about which discontinued car they'd prefer to see make its way back to the market. Although the options were vast, it wasn’t surprising to see a few ‘80s and ‘90s models make their way to the top of the list. As it turned out, a certain Dodge took top honors with 31.56% of votes — the Viper.
In fact, two Dodge vehicles climbed into the survey’s top five, with the Dodge Magnum 17 taking third place, earning 17.39% of the votes. Rounding out the remaining field were the Mazdaspeed 3 with 11.11% of the votes, the Pontiac Fiero with 13.53% of the votes, and the Nissan 240SX in second place with 26.41%. However, all the glory goes to the Dodge Viper.
The Viper ultimately went through five generations starting with the SR I released from 1991 to 1995 and ending with the VX I offered from 2013 to 2017. The two-door liftback coupe is readily identifiable due to its aggressive design, firmly falling into the sports car category and boasting up to an 8.4-liter engine and up to 645 horsepower, depending on the generation and variant.