New Light Sport Aircraft For Sale - How To Figure Out Which Model Is Right For You...
Ever since the Light Sport Aircraft (LSA) rules came into place in a lot of countries around the world, it really opened things up for this market. Not only that, there have been a massive amount of aircraft manufactures come out with Light Sport Aircraft models that fit all kinds of budgets and flying needs.
That is the problem... There are so many options for new Light Sport Aircraft models that it is hard to know which one is the right one to choose. Not only that, you don't want to be worried that if you buy one today - the newer model that is coming out will be even better!
Here's 2 Tips To Help You Find The Best New
Light Sport Aircraft Possible
First - Your Going To Want To Make Sure You Don't Focus On Speed:
The reality is that if your going to buy an airplane, you likely want it to go fast. That is human nature... Not very many pilots buy an airplane because they want something that goes so slow that it almost falls out of the sky.
But the problem with buying a Light Sport Aircraft for speed is that they are regulated in terms of their maximum speed. Chances are pretty good that most of them on the market right now all are within the same 20 knot cruise speed range of each other.
Even if you get a slow LSA, it is not going to be that much slower then some of the faster ones. So don't make speed your focus. If you feel the need to go really fast, then you might want to upgrade to a full fixed wing aircraft like a Mooney or something that is known for speed.
Second - Try And Stay With A Manufacture That Has Been Around For A While:
You have to remember that even though you are thinking about buying a new Light Sport Aircraft, you are eventually going to need to get it serviced, fixed & will need parts for it down the road. And if you buy your new Light Sport Aircraft from a manufacture that goes out of business and never really had much of a history in the market - you could be in a lot of trouble.
Not only that, when you go to resell your LSA, you might find that no one is interested in buying it for the exact same reason your trying to sell it.
This is to big of a purchase to have to worry about these kinds of things, so just make sure you get your next Light Sport Aircraft from a manufacture that you feel is going to be around in the future and who has a good track record.
That way you eliminate this issue all together and can focus on flying your new airplane and hopefully you will have years of fun ahead of you.
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