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Piper Archer III for Sale

Piper's popular 180 hp Archer was redesigned in 1994 as the Archer III, this being the current model. Changes included a new engine cowling with circular air inlets, a new squared-off shape for the windows and a more luxurious interior. The current Archer is sold as the Archer LX for private owners and the Archer TX trainer version which replaced the Warrior.

Archer III Specifications
  • User Id
    80471
  • Max. Cruise Speed KTAS
    133
  • Baggage Vol.Int.CU FT.
    24
  • Balanced Field Length FT:
    1900
  • B.O.W W/Crew LBS
    1760
  • Cabin Volume CU FT
    105
  • Door Height FT:
    3.00
  • Door Width FT:
    3.00
  • Landing Dist FT:
    2387
  • L/Range Cruise Speed KTAS:
    108
  • Normal Cruise Speed KTAS:
    118
  • Payload - Full Fuel LBS:
    510
  • Seats Executive
    3
  • VFR Range NM
    517
  • Variable Cost Per Hour $:
    135.58
  • Engine Manufacturer
    Lycoming
  • Engine Model
    O-360-A4M
  • R.O.C All Engines FT PER MIN
    700
  • Engines
    1
  • Useable Fuel LBS:
    288
  • MTOW LBS
    2550
  • Crew / Passengers
    1
  • Cabin Height FT
    4.10
  • Cabin Width FT
    3.50
  • Cabin Length FT
    7.30
All data courtesy of Conklin & de Decker

What is the price of a Piper Archer III ?

All data courtesy of Aircraft Bluebook
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    Name: Ryan Keough (Pilot)
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    Location: United States
    Model Year: 1999
    Review:

    We have owned and operated the 1999 Piper Archer III for four years now and purchased it with low time and as a prime candidate for an avionics upgrade (we have installed a Garmin G600 with SVT to replace the pilot-side instrumentation). It is a fantastic aircraft for the price and the operating costs cant be beat. The OEM air conditioning works very well in the heat of the Southwestern U.S.- though summer temperatures can be a challenge. Range and speed are fine for the value assuming you are going point-to-point to and from fairly modern airfields... but high-altitude or unimproved airport operations are a challenge. Climbing over higher mountain passes also becomes a challenge that requires an aircraft with more power. Overall- its a great aircraft for urban General Aviation use and works well for a pilot plus two passengers.

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    Submitted on 30/10/2014
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    Name: Marcus Hornschuh ()
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    Model Year: 2010
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    Aircraft equipped with Garmin G500- easy to fly and reliable. Handling of G500 very easy and is a first step into flying with Glass Cockpit aircraft.

    Submitted on 30/10/2014
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