Interested in finding one of the best values in pre-owned Cirrus G3 aircraft? Then look at asking price spreads between the Cirrus SR22-G3 normally aspirated and turbocharged models pre-FIKI (G3’s 2007 – 2009 before Flight Into Know Icing TKS system). Continue reading “Reason 21 – Turbocharged Cirrus”
This week I spoke to Steve Schwartz with TAS Aircraft Sales. He publishes an annual newsletter on the pre-owned Cirrus market; however, it’s only mailed to Cirrus owners. I wanted to get an update from Steve, add some analysis and share. It’s the type of information I was looking for when considering a transition to Cirrus aircraft but it wasn’t readily available.
Who’s the market leader in High Performance piston single-engine sales of four-seat aircraft (planes with 200 hp or more)? Let’s look at the numbers. Continue reading “Reason 19 – Turbocharged Cirrus”
Who’s the market leader in turbocharged piston single-engine sales? The 2014 General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA.aero) Report provided shipment statistics for this discussion – “four-seat piston single-engine turbocharged airplanes.”
Let’s look at the numbers.
The majority of Cirrus SR22-G3 buyers are choosing to go “Turbo.” It’s been a steady climb upward over the past half-decade, and in 2014 almost sixty percent of the SR22-G3 buyers selected turbocharged performance. Continue reading “Reason 17 – Turbocharged Cirrus”