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Citation Mustang

Production years:  2007-2017 
Number produced:  478
Real-world cruise speed:  335 knots
Real-world range max fuel:  900NM
Real-world range 4 passengers:  550NM
Gallons Per Hour:  95
Seats: 2 Cockpit, 4 club
Typical asking price:  $2.0M


Empty (typical) weight:            5,600lbs                                          Cabin height:          4'5

Max ramp weight:                   8,730lbs                                           Cabin width:           4'6

Max takeoff weight:                8,645lbs                                            Cabin Length:        9'9

Zero fuel weight:                    6,750lbs                                            Aircraft length:       40'7

Max landing weight:               8,000lbs                                            Aircraft tail height:  13'5

Fuel capacity:                         2,580lbs                                           Wingspan:              42'2

Forward cargo:                       320lbs                                               Rear cargo:            300lbs

The Mustang was Cessna’s first “clean sheet” design since the CJ 15 years prior and offers a great entry into the jet world.  Cruise fuel burns can be as low as 75 gal / hr  with a ceiling of 41,000 feet.  Operating costs are often less than competing single engine turboprops.  The G1000 is standard, upgradable to the G1000NXI.  Cessna offers a “High Sierra” edition with a refined leather interior and all avionics features. The Mustang’s systems are simple and reliable. Pilots genuinely love flying this plane! 

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