If you own a Cirrus today, or if you are considering the purchase of a new or used aircraft, consider this:
Avidyne, in conjunction with the country’s leading Cirrus sales and maintenance facilities , has launched the G3-R9 program that combines the purchase of a late-model, low-time Cirrus aircraft and the addition of the Avidyne Entegra Release 9 avionics suite for much less than you may have thought, and certainly much less than purchasing a brand new aircraft.
The G3-R9 combines the best airframe, best engine and best avionics for the best value.
Value Incentive to go with
Entegra Release 9
According to Q4 2008 Vref, approximate aircraft values are:
2004 SR22 (760 TT) = $210K
2005 SR22G2 (570 TT) = $230K
2006 SR22G3 (380 TT) = $290K
2007 SR22G3 (190 TT) = $350K
2008 SR22G3 (100 TT) = $400K
Cirrus Perspective = $650K
2000 Saratoga II TC =$269K
2001 Saratoga II HP =$327K
2003 Saratoga II TC =$345K
2004 Saratoga II TC =$369K
2005 Saratoga II TC =$450K
Piper PA-46 Matrix =$700K
Your choices are:
- Buy a new aircraft = $650K
- Buy a used aircraft
+ R9 = $140 - 400K + $85K
- Upgrade existing to
Release 9 = $85K
Regardless of the vintage of Cirrus aircraft you currently fly or that you are interested in purchasing, you have a path to Entegra Release 9.
“With the G3-R9, we are delivering ‘like new’ Cirrus aircraft and our customers have been delighted with its ease of use and overall capability. It’s simply a great combination.”
-- Matt Hagans, CEO, Eagle Creek
“Release 9 adds significant value and provides our customers with a more capable four-place piston aircraft than they can get anywhere else, new or used.”
-- Dave Moberg, President of Aircraft Sales at Leading Edge
“G3-R9 gives our customers a ‘best-in-class’ aircraft in terms of airframe, engine, and state-of-the-art avionics.”
-- Kenny Scherado, President of Lone Mountain Aviation.