4 thoughts on “ICON Purchase Agreement Sparks Controversy

  1. You’d have to be an idiot to sign this agreement. If enough do not sign, then maybe Icon will see the light. Or maybe they just want to scrap the whole project now and this is their way of getting out of selling any planes without having to admit it was their decision to not sell any.

  2. I’m a deposit holder and as such I now have a copy of the POH. The performance of this thing isn’t anywhere near what I’ve been led to believe. It’s slow and I believe way too heavy. How is that safe?!. And, they still haven’t shared a typical empty weight so we can determine what the real useful load is. I believe much of this agreement has less to do with limiting product liability and more to do with keeping them out of court when customers discover the actual airplane doesn’t live up to the marketed promise. Can you say “truth in advertising”? I didn’t think so.

  3. anyone who buys an ICON aircraft is an idiot. plain and simple.
    the market now has SEVERAL comparable models available and they are without the onerous restrictions ICON insists on it’s customers.
    this is just the latest in a long list of ‘problems’ that the aircraft has had ever since it’s introduction on the drawing board.
    ridiculous !!

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