The Cessna 210 Turbo Centurion Is As Good As It Gets - Here’s Why...
If you are looking to buy or own a high performance single engine airplane, then you are probably going to want to focus on the Cessna 210! It truly is in a class of it’s own and has stood the test of time as it has been around for over 50 years now.
Sure there are other airplanes out there that compete with the Cessna 210, but you are not going to find a high wing aircraft that will. And a lot of pilots love flying high wing airplanes... A lot of that has to do with the fact that a huge number of pilots were trained on Cessna 150 or 152's & kept progressing from there into bigger Cessna's.
#1 - It’s Goes Really Fast!
I know that sounds simple, but the bottom line is the Turbo Centurion will cruise at about 190 knots when you are up at altitude. And it is not going to take you long to get up to altitude when you can climb at almost 1,000 feet per minute! The combination of a great climb rate and a very fast cruise speed make this airplane an awesome choice when you are looking to buy one.
Sure an airplane like the Beechcraft Bonanza B36 TC will cruise about the same speed, but you have to realize that you don’t have the useable weight capacity like you do with the Cessna 210.
SIDE NOTE: That is the beauty of the 210... It goes very fast, climbs very fast & can haul a lot of weight as well! Once you get your gear up, that thing really starts to climb like crazy! You really have to fly one know understand the full power of this aircraft.
#2 - There Are Still Enough Around That You Can Get A Good Deal...
One of the problems that you might have if you go looking for an airplane like the Beechcraft Bonanza B36 TC is the fact that you are not going to find very many for sale. Because of that reality you are not going to be able to get a good of a deal and will likely have to make tradeoffs on what you want in terms of features.
An airplane like the Bonanza B36 TC is an awesome airplane in it's own right... But at the same time, supply and demand kicks in as well. And that is why you will likely get a good deal if you are looking for a 210.
IMPORTANT: If you go looking for a competing model and there is only a couple for sale when you go looking, you are not going to be able to get a plane with everything you want in it. But when it comes to the 210 you will find that because there were around 9,000 of them made, you can still find a healthy amount for sale.
That means you can be a bit more patient in the buying process and get the one you want that has the setup you are looking for instead of just buying the first one you see.
Sure you can get high performance singles, but you have to realize that for the price, the speed and the comfort - you probably can’t go wrong with the Cessna 210 Turbo Centurion or some of the other 210 versions.
If you love flying the high wing aircraft & you need to get to where you want to go fast - make sure you have a second look at the 210...
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