Piper Adds Options For M600
New options are now available for the Piper M600, the company announced at Sun ’n Fun. Buyers now can choose to add the five-blade composite Hartzell prop, and also can select an interior/exterior upgrade package with a range of design choices. The five-blade prop reduces vibration, the company says, and comes with an unlimited life certification. It’s available as a factory option on new aircraft. Buyers who choose the new design program can spend time at the Piper factory in Vero Beach, Florida, working one-on-one with a design expert to personalize their new airplane.
Customers have been asking for more input to the design details, the company said. “We identified ways to further improve the interior while giving customers the ability to express their individuality,” said Ron Gunnarson, vice president of marketing at Piper. “Customers can now work directly with our most senior designers to create an aircraft as unique and individual as they are.” Design options include leather-wrapped yokes, choice of seat stitching colors, embroidered or embossed logos and a selection of paint schemes. The M600 debuted at Sun ’n Fun last year.