Cirrus SR20 - Here's Why You Should Consider Owning A Cirrus SR20...
If you are looking for a non-turbo high performance single engine airplane that you can easily learn how to fly and enjoy, your going to want to make sure you give the Cirrus SR20 a second look. This high performance single engine aircraft started being sold in 1999 and has been a VERY POPULAR airplane since that time.
IMPORTANT: You have to make sure you realize that Cirrus has done some modifications and upgrades throughout the years as technology has advanced. So make sure you pay attention to this when you are trying to find one that is going to fit your budget and flying needs.
Reason #1 - Their Technology Is Virtually Second To None...
The great thing about SR20 is the fact that it is loaded with the best technology. Cirrus has pretty much thought of everything when they designed and built this airplane.
To start with, they have their "Ballistic Recovery System" which is a parachute system that will help you ease your landing if you lose an engine or have to do a forced landing. Then they have created a digital dash (for the most part). It is very clean, easy to look at and find what you are looking for.
Not only that, they have adopted the side yokes. So your not going to have to worry about having a giant yoke in front of you that gets in the way of your co-pilot or passenger. It is on the side and will make you feel like your flying a jet!
Reason #2 - It Has Very Good Performance Specs...
Now, your probably not going to want to buy this airplane based on speed alone. But it does go very fast and has great performance specs. It is equipped with a Continental IO-360-ES and puts out 200 horsepower.
You will find that it cruises at around 155 knots (depending on your altitude and power settings). That is very good considering the gear is not retractible & it is not a turbo charged engine. Cirrus has found a great balance between speed and power.
SIDENOTE: The great thing about the Cirrus SR20 is that they have found a way to maximize speed and still give you a reasonable fuel burn. Going along at 155 knots and having a fuel burn of around 10 - 12 gallons per hour is very good.
Bottom line is that if you are looking for a solid high performance and yet somewhat economical 4 seater, you should have a second look at the SR20!
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