How much have pre-owned prices changed for Turbo Cirrus SR22TN-G3 aircraft with the Avidyne flight deck? In 2008, the base price for a new model Avidyne Turbo was $446,600 (non-GTS); while the Avidyne GTS SR22TN-G3 Turbo came out of the factory at $539,535. But that was then and this is now.
In the fall of 2014, the average asking price for a low-time turbo-normalized Cirrus SR22TN-G3 with air-conditioning was about $315,000 (less than 1,000 hours TTAF). There were a dozen 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. Compared to several years before, the asking prices were stable and the quantity of listings were about the same.
In June 2018, there were twelve turbo-normalized Cirrus SR22TN-G3 aircraft with the Avidyne flight deck listed for sale worldwide but only nine in the United States. A majority of the planes were GTS models and most had air-conditioning.
The average asking price was $330,000 for a turbo Avidyne SR22TN-G3 GTS aircraft with air-conditioning and about 1,100 hours on the engine. For a turbo Avidyne SR22TN-G3 without air-conditioning and about 1,300 hours on the engine the asking price was approximately $287,000.
Compared to four or five years ago, inventory levels have marginally decreased, and pre-owned Cirrus asking prices are slightly up along with total time on airframes.
In 2008, Cirrus introduced the SR22-G3 Perspective by Garmin flight deck and it became the standard by end-of-year.
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