Piper Saratoga/Lance:

The retractable-gear PA-32R series can haul decent loads, have spacious cabins and are well supported. Refurbed and late-model birds are premium priced.

Earn your wings in an entry-level Piper PA-28 and a logical step-up may be a PA-32R. From the early 300-HP Lance to the late-model Saratoga II TC, these high-performance retrac singles are nicely supported (both in maintenance and aftermarket mods), plus pilots and passengers like them for load-hauling go-places travel.  Comparable-performing singles are the Beech […]
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