Used Aircraft Guide

January 2007 Issue

Cessna Hawk XP

With its six-cylinder Continental IO-360, the Hawk XP is just a bit faster and climbs better than the plain vanilla Skyhawk. Maintenance is average but fuel burn is higher.

The Cessna 172 Skyhawk is, in many ways, the standard of reference for the fixed gear single. With more produced than any other type of civilian airplane in history, the market has quite effectively expressed its approval.

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