The Cirrus SR22 G6 we flew for our report was a loaded 2017 model with the new Perspective+ by Garmin avionics suite with new keypad with QWERTY layout, autopilot controller, numerical array layout and more. Standard or optional equipment include SiriusXM aviation weather and entertainment, Electronic Stability and Protection, terrain and traffic awareness utilities, flight into known icing TKS anti-ice system, and more. Like all Cirrus aircraft, the SR22 G6 is equipped with a whole airplane parachute recovery system (Cirrus Airframe Parachute System, or CAPS).
Price as flown: $889,800
Base Price: $639,900
Main Construction: Composite
Engine: Continental TSIO-550-K
Propeller: Hartzell, 3-blade, constant speed, composite, 78″ diameter
Avionics: Garmin G1000 NXi
Landing gear: Fixed
Seats: 4/5 with 60/40 Flex Seating
Empty Weight: 2,270 lbs.
Maximum Takeoff Weight: 3,600 lbs.
Payload: 788 lbs. (full fuel)
Useful Load: 1,330 lbs.
Fuel Capacity: 92 gal usable/552 lbs.
Wingspan: 38.3 ft.
Length: 26 ft.
Height: 8.9 ft.
Cabin Width: 49 in.
Maximum Climb Rate: 1,203 fpm
Top Cruise Speed: 211 kts
Maximum Operating Altitude: 25,000 ft.
Maximum Range: 1,021 nm (45 min. reserve)
Stall, Landing Configuration: 60 kts
Takeoff Distance: 1,517 ft. (ground roll)
Landing Distance: 1,178 ft. (ground roll)
Read our SR22 G6 Turbo pilot report.