Cirrus produced about 1,661 SR22-G2 airplanes between 2004 and spring 2007 (serial numbers 22-0821 to 22-2437). The acronym GTS was introduced by Cirrus to designate a “fully option loaded” airplane, and sold for about $100,000 more than the base model. But that was then and this is now.
Pre-owned asking prices for GTS and non-GTS models do not have a $100K price spread. The original options are now more than 10 years old. Many owners with base model planes have added upgrades. So, you’ll need to research and compare equipment listings. Value comparison on original less-equipped non-GTS planes is entirely dependent on factory options, owner upgrades and airplane condition.
This article marks out the historical prices for SR22 Generation Two non-GTS planes.
Original factory price SR22-G2 base model non-GTS
Circa 2014, market price range SR22-G2 non-GTS
|2004 – 2007||SR22-G2 GTS||$189,000||$299,000|
During 2014, when a previous article was written on the SR22-G2, Controller listed only 18 non-GTS planes. Nine of the airplanes had air conditioning and nine were listed without. But that was then and this is now.
2018 market price range SR22-G2 non-GTS
|2004 – 2007||SR22-G2 non-GTS||$199,000||$279,000|
At the beginning of 2018, Controller listed 48 SR22-G2 non-GTS planes. Only three had air-conditioning. The prices ranged from $199,000 to $279,000. On March 16, 2018, wikiWings posted a detailed article on the 2018 asking prices.
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