How much does a Vans rv12 cost?

How much does a Vans rv12 cost?

Retail prices for SLSA RV–12s are unchanged at $135,000 for base models and $145,000 for premium versions with two-screen glass panels, autopilots, and deluxe interiors. Van’s also sells RV-12s as kits to individual builders; these aircraft are governed by Experimental/Amateur-Built rules.

How long does it take to build an rv12?

Based on reports from completed projects, we estimate current Standard Kits will typically take 1200-1400 hours over 18-24 months.

Are vans aircraft light sport?

The RV-12iS meets the certification standards of the Light Sport Aircraft category. Fuel injected light sport performance, and fun to fly. A truly useful load – especially for a LSA. Build it yourself, or Van’s can completely finish it for you, so you can fly it home!

How much does an RV-12iS cost?

Starting at around $125,000 for our basic glass-panel VFR RV-12iS, yet remaining very affordable throughout the range of options (the fully-equipped Platinum package level with all the options including a GTN 650xi IFR navigator, digital autopilot and dual EFIS screens runs $159,500).

When did Van’s aircraft make the RV 12?

Van’s Aircraft strives to continually improve what many consider to be the finest aircraft designs and home-built kits in the industry. The “original” RV-12 took the Experimental Light Sport Aircraft (ELSA) market by storm in 2008.

What kind of engine does a RV 12is-van use?

Impressive is an understatement! It’s powered by your choice of a modern, fuel-injected Rotax 912 iS Sport or the 912 ULS 100 hp engine. These rugged little engines didn’t become the world-wide standard in Light Sport aircraft by accident.

What kind of radio does a RV 12is-van use?

For both manufacturers, VFR panel configurations are available that leverage a GTR-200 radio/intercom (European customers can select the GTR-225 with 8.33kHz frequency spacing), and include a Mode-S/ADS-B-out equipped transponder and 406 MHz ELT.

Which is the best small RV camper van?

(Click the links if you want to see those types of RVs) Just the best small RV campers that you could go out and buy today. Just to be clear, a Class B and a camper van are the same thing. Just a different way of calling it… like every other RV type, it has multiple names.