Its been more than a decade since the first normally aspirated SR22 third generation planes began shipment. Very few of these pre-owned planes are available for sale today. “That was then and this is now.” Let’s look at how the market has changed.
In October 2014, we reviewed the market for normally aspirated Avidyne SR22-G3 planes. Controller advertised only six (6) for sale in the United States. All the planes had air-conditioning except one and all were GTS models except one. In 2014, the asking price for an Avidyne SR22-G3 GTS aircraft with WAAS and air-conditioning was about $300,000 (see appendix for details).
2014 asking price range for normally aspirated Cirrus Avidyne SR22-G3
In June 2018, I could only find one normally aspirated Avidyne SR22-G3 in the United States. The asking price was $325,000 with total time on airframe of 1265. One other Avidyne G3 plane was in Champagne Sur Oise, France. The French plane had a recently installed new IO-550N engine with factory guarantee and the asking price was $349,000. Total time on airframe 1650.
I searched for Avidyne equipped Cirrus SR22 generation three planes on Controller, Trade-a-Plane, Lone Mountain, and Aerista, but those sites did not increase the supply of G3 Avidyne planes for sale.
The original price of a well equipped 2007 Avidyne normally aspirated SR22-G3 plane was about $465,000.
2014 asking prices Avidyne Cirrus SR22-G3 normally aspirated planes
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Note: Houston based fractional ownership
Robert Goyer, Cirrus SR22-G3, Flying Magazine, Sept. 2007
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