The original Piper arrow was known as the Piper PA-28 Cherokee. The very first PA-28 was all metal and not pressurized. They were single engine aircraft and piston powered. They were manufactured with a low wing design and also built with a tricycle landing gear. The Piper arrow and Piper turbo models are designed with single doors located on the copilot side. The current Piper models still being manufactured by Piper Aircraft are the Piper Arrow and the Archer TX and LX. Piper recently discontinued the Piper Archer as of 2009. The Piper Arrow is a four seat plane with a retractable landing gear. It’s powered by a Lycoming IO-360 B1E that has 180 horsepower. Its gross weight is 2,500lbs and was certified on June 8th 1967. The Piper Turbo was also built with a retractable landing gear and is powered by a two hundred horsepower turbo charged Lycoming engine. The Cessna 172
is an aircraft with comparable roles, configuration, and era. If you’re looking to purchase a new Piper arrow or Piper
Turbo for sale, please take a look at our Piper Arrow for sale below.