This past month, there were four Turbo Cirrus SR22T-G5 listed on Controller for sale in the United States. Expect an asking price of $729,000 for a low-time turbocharged G5 with air-conditioning (see appendix for details).
The pre-owned G5 turbos carry a significant premium, of about $129,000 over their normally aspirated G5 brethren (see last week’s post on non-turbo Cirrus SR22-G5). Continue reading “How much does a Turbo Cirrus SR22T-G5 cost?”
This past month there were three non-turbo SR22-G5 listings on Controller. Expect an asking price of about $600,000 for a low-time SR22-G5 with air-conditioning. See appendix for details. Continue reading “How much does a Cirrus SR22-G5 cost?”
What is the price for a 2010 turbocharged Cirrus Perspective SR22T? This past month, there were fifteen SR22T all factory Continental “turbocharged” aircraft listed on Controller for sale in the United States. That number moved up to twenty at the time of this post.
Continue reading “How much does a Turbo Cirrus SR22T-G3 cost?”
What is the price for a turbo-normalized Cirrus with Perspective by Garmin flight deck? Prices and quantities are stable, except for the 2008 model year. That’s the first year Cirrus Perspective by Garmin was available and only three 2008 Perspectives were on Controller this past month.
In all, there were a baker’s dozen of Turbo Cirrus Perspective SR22TN’s for sale in the United States. The majority of planes were GTSx models (10/13), most had air-conditioning (8/13), and all had the yaw damper option except one (12/13).
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What is the price for turbo-normalized Cirrus SR22TN-G3 aircraft with the Avidyne flight deck? Compared to several years ago, the asking prices are stable and the quantity of listings are about the same.
This past month, there were a dozen (12) of these turbo’s for sale in the United States. A majority of the planes were GTS models (9/12), most had air-conditioning (8/12), and many had significant owner upgrades, such as, DFC-90 autopilot.
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What are the asking prices for (non-turbo) Cirrus SR22-G3 aircraft with the Avidyne Entegra flight deck? Compared to several years ago, asking prices are higher and there are fewer G3 planes to choose among. Continue reading “How much does a Cirrus SR22-G3 Avidyne cost?”
The first Cirrus Perspective by Garmin SR22 was manufactured in 2008. It’s a coveted year for buyers wanting the Perspective, and the first production year should provide the lowest pre-owned asking prices, but that’s not the situation anymore.
Currently, demand is greater than supply and it may stay that way. This month, there were no 2008 models listed on Controller. This past summer, I saw one 2008 normally aspirated (non-turbo) Perspective but the asking price after adjusting for total time was higher than that of a turbo Cirrus Perspective SR22TN. Continue reading “How much does a Cirrus Perspective SR22-G3 cost?”
You’ll need to do your homework on non-GTS models because the avionic options can vary by plane, and many now have significant owner upgrades. What are the asking prices for non-GTS Cirrus SR22-G2 aircraft? Continue reading “How much does a non-GTS Cirrus SR22-G2 cost?”
GTS models offer a good price check point because these planes have fully loaded avionics, along with similar interior and exterior enhancements. What are the asking prices for Cirrus SR22-G2 GTS planes?
For a low-time SR22-G2 GTS with air-conditioning, and no other owner upgrades, expect an asking price around $259,000. Pricing should reflect total time, condition and owner upgrades, such as, air-conditioning, WAAS or DFC-90 autopilot. Continue reading “How much does a Cirrus SR22-G2 GTS cost?”
In 2003, Cirrus produced in a limited production run only one-hundred SR22 Centennial Edition airplanes. Many pilots claim the Centennial is a best value among pre-G2 planes and a sweet spot for pre-owned Cirrus aircraft. Continue reading “How much does a Cirrus SR22 Centennial Edition cost?”