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Cirrus SR22 - What You Need To Know About
This Elite Single Engine Airplane...


Cirrus SR22 - This Airplane Pretty Much Has It All! Here's Why You Should Consider Owning One...


When it comes to getting a top notch single engine airplane that has the technology of this century, your going to want to make sure you seriously consider the Cirrus SR22. There is A LOT of reasons why you should consider owning this airplane & I want to show you some of them now...

IMPORTANT: You have to realize that this airplane came into production in 2001. That means it has been designed and built with the technology of the 2000's to current day. So be careful when comparing it to a 1970's model airplane that goes the same speed. The 70's model might be great, but remember that it was made using the technology of its day.


Here's 2 Great Reasons Why You Should Consider
Buying & Owning A Cirrus SR22...


Reason #1 - It's Safety Features Are Virtually Second To None...

The great thing about this airplane is the fact that it has the "Cirrus Aircraft Parachute System" which is designed to protect you in the event of an engine failure, stall or some sort of in air problem. It does not fix sloppy flying, but if you are looking for an insurance policy against an engine failure - this is a great feature verses getting a twin for that sole purpose.

The other great thing about the SR22 is the fact that some of them are certified to fly into known ice. Again, your not going to want to take a single engine airplane into known ice on purpose. But in the event that you get stuck in it - its a great feature that will hopefully buy you some time to get out of the ice!

Reason #2 - It Has VERY GOOD Performance Specs...

Not only has this manufacture done a great job with the safty technology - they have created an airplane that goes very fast! The non-turbo version of this aircraft will cruise at around 185 knots with 310 horsepower.

The turbo charged version - SR22T will cruise over 200 knots (around 205 knots to 210 knots) with its 315 horsepower engine. This turbo version can also go as high as 25,000 feet to hopefully get you out of the weather.

SIDENOTE: Be sure to look at all the SR22's that are for sale. There are a few different versions and modifications for them. But if you are looking for a fast single engine airplane with modern technology, you want to make sure you give this aircraft a good second look.

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James David

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