The Cirrus SR20 has a spacious and ergonomic cabin. It is designed with ample legroom and plush seating that offers comfort to passengers even during long-haul flights.
Its intuitive controls and easy-to-use interface provide easy operation and navigation. The aircraft design and technology make it easy for seasoned pilots as well as newbies. Tubeless tires offer a soft buffer for landing.
The Garmin Perspective + Avionics seamlessly integrates into the in-flight experience offering enhanced situation awareness, navigation, and weather reports thus increasing efficiency and safety.
A groundbreaking safety feature is available in all other Cirrus aircraft now. A large parachute is deployed at the time of emergencies thus ensuring passenger safety at total time.
The original model introduced in 1999
Improved variant introduced in 2004 with Avidyne Entegra avionic
Brought out in 2004, it was targeted for low-end private ownership and low rates of flight training ownership. Since it was for a low target audience at low rates of transition training and total time, it omitted certain key features and the model was discontinued post 2010.
A huge improvement, it was introduced in 2007. This version had improved aerodynamics, redesigned main landing gear, new LED lights, higher tail and ground clearance, and improved heat and ventilation with factory air conditioning along with S-Tec autopilot.
This was specifically created for cadet transition training in the United States Air Force Academy. These included the Garmin Perspective + avionics as well as airbags and seat belts.
Cirrus SR20 G6 amps its power game with the introduction of the Lycoming I-390 engine with 215 hp. Enhanced Perspective + instrument panel with 10 times processing speed, enhanced electronic stability protection, new all-LED exterior lighting and a useful load increase.
Introduced in 2019, this was specifically built for in-flight training. A simplified, durable interior, Lycoming engine, Perspective + deck, Garmin flightstream, multifunction display, rear push to talk and stimulated landing gear controls.
It is vital to run a pre-purchase inspection before purchasing any aircraft. This saves a lot of trouble as there may be an underlying problem whose repair may run into thousands of dollars.
It is imperative to take note of the number of hours the aircraft has logged. The closer the engine is to its recommended time between overhauls, the less its value. Equally important is the consistent use along with good maintenance. Regular use keeps seals and components lubricated and in good shape.
The equipment like air conditioning, flat panel avionics, air conditioning and interior air conditioning equipment. The older the instruments, the more expensive it is to maintain.
Airworthiness Directives are issued by the FAA and the owners are required to have standard equipment to comply with the compliances. It varies as per the directives of the FAA.
The total time and extent of the damages also determine the price of the aircraft. It is important to know the damage history and whether the repairs are carried out as per the FAA guidelines. The premium paint job can sometimes hide the corrosion. It is not limited to just one portion of the aircraft but rather the entire aircraft .The other point to be noted is whether the aircraft is having one owner.
When purchasing an aircraft, look thoroughly at the flexible term financing options available for the purchase and sale of the aircraft. The purchase and sale agreement should contain all the terms and conditions of sale along with the warranties in force.