Model Comparisons

Year Model Serial # Description No. built Factory price
1948 M18 Mite 02 to 12 25hp Crosley auto engine — later converted to Lycoming 65hp O-145. Single place. Mite

features listed here at Dave
Rutherford’s Mitesite.
Mite #1 was N3199K, now hanging at Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC.
Mite #3 was N3159K, now at Sun ‘n Fun Museum in Florida.

11 $1,995
1949 M18L Mite 02 to 67 Lycoming 0-145-B2. Single place. Michael Bolinger’s


N246MM
. Early Mite


panel
.

66 $2,795
1950 M18L Mite 68 to 82 Lycoming 0-145-B2. Single place.. 15 $2,795
1950 M18C Mite 201 to 240 Continental A65-12 or -8. Single place. 40 $2,965
1951 M18LA Mite 101 to 114 Lycoming 0-145-B2. Gross weight increase from 780lb. to 850 lb. Maneuvering, max
structural cruising, flaps extended speeds increased to match M-18C Mite. Single place.
Photo of
N60MM
.
14 $2,965
1951 M18C Mite 241 to 249 Continental A65-12 or -8. Single place. 9 $2,965
1952 M18LA Mite 115 to 135 Lycoming 0-145-B2. Single place. 21 $2,995
1952 M18C Mite 250 to 277 Continental A65-12 or -8. Single place. Christopher Byrd’s


N4075V
.

28 $2,965
1953 M18LA Mite 136 to 145 Lycoming 0-145-B2. Also known as “Wee Scotsman.” Single place. 10 $2,840 – $3,029
1953 M18C Mite 278 to 299 Continental A65-12 or -8. Also known as “Wee Scotsman.” Single place. Steve McGuire’s
restored
N85PM
was the first
aircraft produced in 1953.
22 $2,965
1954 M18C Mite 300 to 322 Continental A65-12 or -8. Single place. Vernon Flacksberth’s


N4147
.

23 $2,965
1955 M18C55 Mite 323 to 357 Continental A65-12 or -8. High-canopy models. Single place. 35 $2,965
1955 M20 Mark 20 1001 to 1010 Lycoming 0-320 (150HP). Wood wing. Four place. 10 $12,500
1956 M20 Mark 20 1011 to 1061 Lycoming 0-320 (150HP). Wood wing. Four place. 51 $15,590A
1957 M20 Mark 20 1062 to 1166 Lycoming 0-320 (150HP). Wood wing. Four place. 105 $15,950A
1958 M20 Mark 20 1167 to 1200 Lycoming O-320 (150HP). Wood wing. Four place. 34 $
1958 M20A Mark 20A 1201 to 1303 Lycoming 0-360-A1A (180 HP). Wood wing. Four place. 103 $14,750 – $17,656A
1959 M20A Mark 20A 1304 to 1534 Lycoming 0-360-A1A (180 HP). Wood wing. Four place. Thomas Jaekel’s


D-EMRG
in its hangar in
Germany.

231 $15,450
1960 M20A Mark 20A 1535 to 1700 Lycoming 0-360-A1A (180 HP). Wood wing. Four place. 165 $


Year Model Serial # Description No. built Factory price
1961 M20B Mark 21 1701 to 1924 Lycoming 0-360-A1A (180 HP) or -A1D (impulse coupled mags). Four place. 223 $15,995 – $18,000A
1962 M20C Mark 21 1940 to 2276 Lycoming 0-360-A1D(180 HP). Click

here

for detailed change list in C model. Four place.
336 $15,995 – $19,000A
1963 M20C Mark 21 2297 to 2622 Lycoming 0-360-A1D(180 HP). Four place. 328 $20,000A
1963 M20D Master 101 to 200* Lycoming 0-360-A1D(180 HP). Four place. 100 $13,995
1964 M20C Mark 21 2623 to 2806 Lycoming 0-360-A1D(180 HP). Four place. 183 $21,000A
1964 M20D Master 201 to 251* Lycoming 0-360-A1D(180 HP). Four place. Chris Nowak’s


N1916Y
.

51 $15,814
1964 M20E Super 21 101 to 469 Lycoming I0-360-A1A(200 HP). Bendix fuel injection. Altitude power boost. Four place. 366 $18,450 – $22,000A
1965 M20C Mark 21 2807 to 3184 Lycoming O-360-AlD(180 HP). Positive Control (PC). Four place. 379 $22,000A
1965 M20D Master 252 to 259* Lycoming 0-36O-AlD(180 HP). Four place. 8 $
1965 M20E Super 21 470 to 831 Lycoming I0-360-A1A(200 HP). Bendix fuel injection. Altitude power boost. Positive
Control (PC). Four place. Colin Bitterfield’s N3218S

exterior
and


panel
.

363 $23,000A
1966 M20C Mark 21 3185 to 3466 Lycoming 0-360-A1D(180 HP). Positive Control (PC). Four place. 280 $23,000A
1966 M20D Master 260 only Lycoming 0-360-AlD(180 HP). Four place. 1 $
1966 M20E Super 21 832 to 1301 Lycoming IO-360-A1A(200 HP). Bendix fuel injection. Altitude power boost. Positive
Control (PC). Four place.
473 $24,000A
1966 M20F Executive 660001 to 660003 Lycoming IO-360-A1A(200 HP). Fuselage extended by 1′, cabin by 10″. Bendix fuel
injection. Altitude power boost. Positive Control (PC). Four place.
3 $21,995
1966 M22 Mustang 660004 to 66006 Lycoming TI0-541-A1A(310 HP). Turbosupercharged, fuel injection, pressurized. PC, power
quadrant. Five place. Charles Reeves’ N7735M, from

forward
and


aft
.

3 $33,950
1967 M20C Mark 21 670001 to 670149 Lycoming 0-360-A1D(180 HP). PC. Four place. 149 $24,000
1967 M20E Super 21 670001 to 670062 Lycoming I0-360-A1A(200 HP). Bendix fuel injection. Altitude power boost. Positive
Control (PC). Four place.
62 $25,000A
1967 M20F Executive 670001 to 670539 Lycoming I0-360-A1A(200 HP). Bendix fuel injection. Altitude power boost. Positive
Control (PC). Four place.
536 $21,995 – $26,000A
1967 M22 Mustang 670001 to 670004 Lycoming TI0-541-A1A(310 HP). Turbosupercharged, fuel injection, pressurized. PC, power
quadrant. Five place.
4 $42,437A
1968 A2-A Cadet B-261 to B-298 Continental C90-16F(90 HP). Aircoupe dual-fin tail. Two place. 38 $8,295
1968 M20C Ranger 680001 to 680198 Lycoming 0-360A1D(180 HP). Replaces Mark 21. Cowl flaps fixed, dorsal fin removed,
entrance step fixed, 1-piece windshield. PC. Four place.
198 $25,000A
1968 M20F Executive 680001 to 680206 Lycoming I0-360-A1A(200 HP). Bendix fuel injection. Altitude power boost. Positive
Control (PC). 1-piece windshield. Four place.
206 $25,294A
1968 M20G Statesman 680001 to 680164 Lycoming 0-360A1D(180 HP). Long (F model) fuselage, fuel 52 gallons, PC, 1-piece
windshield. Four place.
164 $18,790 – $26,000A
1968 M22 Mustang 68001 to 68015 Lycoming TI0-541-A1A(310 HP). Turbosupercharged, fuel injection, pressurized. PC, power
quadrant. Five place.
15 $55,584A
1969 M10 Cadet 690003 to 690011 Continental C90-16F(90 HP). Now single-tail. Two place. 9 $11,310A
1969 M20C Ranger 690001 to 690098 Lycoming 0-360-A1D(180 HP). Electric gear, flaps. New power quadrant. Dorsal fin
removed, entrance step fixed, 1-piece windshield. PC. Four place.
98 $26,000
1969 M20E Chaparral 690001 to 690073 Lycoming I0-360A1A(200 HP). Shortened (by 10″ F model) with electric gear, flaps, PC,
1-piece windshield, 1969 power quadrant. Fuel: 52 gals. Four place.
73 $27,000A
1969 M20F Executive 690003 to 690092 Lycoming I0-360-A1A(200 HP). Bendix fuel injection. Altitude power boost. Positive
Control (PC). 1-piece windshield. Four place.
90 $28,000A
1969 M20G Statesman 690001 to 690020 Lycoming 0-360-A1D(180 HP). Long (F model) fuselage, fuel 52 gallons, PC, 1-piece
windshield. Four place.
20 $26,500A
1969 M22 Mustang 690001 to 690005 Lycoming TIO-541-A1A(310 HP). Turbosupercharged, fuel injection, pressurized. PC, power
quadrant. Five place.
5 $
1970 M10 Cadet 700001 to 700050 Continental C90-16F(90 HP). Mooney 1-piece tail. Two place. 50 $12,010A
1970 M20C Ranger 700001 to 700091 Lycoming 0-360-A1D(180 HP). 1-piece windshield, PC, electric gear, flaps. Four place. 91 $18,995 – $27,000A
1970 M20E Chaparral 700001 to 700061 Lycoming IO-360-A1A(200 HP). 1-piece windshield, PC, electric gear, flaps. Four place.
Brian Wilson’s re-painted N9493V from


aft
and


forward
.

61 $28,000A
1970 M20F Executive 700001 to 700072 Lycoming I0-360-A1A(200 HP). 1′ longer cabin, 1-piece windshield, PC, electric gear,
flaps, 64 gal. fuel. Four place.
72 $29,000A
1970 M20G Statesman 700001 to 700006 Lycoming 0-360-A1A (180 HP). 1-piece windshield, PC, electric gear, flaps, 52 gal. fuel.
Four place.
6 $27,500A
1970 M22 Mustang 700001 to 700006 Lycoming TI0-541-A1A(310 HP). Turbosupercharged, fuel injection, pressurized. PC, power
quadrant. Five place.
6 $55,584A
1971 M20C Ranger 20-0001 to 20-0009 Lycoming 0-360-A1D(180 HP). Aerostar markings, new air venting for cabin. Four place. 9 $19,995 – $28,000A
1971 M20E Chaparral 21-0001 to 21-0023 Lycoming I0-360-AlA(200 HP). Aerostar markings. New cooling for engine. Four place. 23 $21,995 – $29,000A
1971 M20F Executive 22-0001 to 22-0012 Lycoming I0-360-A1A(200 HP). Only long cabin in 1971, sold as Aerostar 220 Executive.
Four place.
12 $23,995 – $30,000A


Year Model Serial # Description No. built Factory price
1974 M20C Ranger 20-0010 to 20-0046 Lycoming 0-360-A1D(180 HP). Electric gear & flaps, cowl flaps fixed, no dorsal fin,
fixed step, PC. Four place.
36 $30,000A
1974 M20E Chaparral 21-0024 to 21-0060 Lycoming I0-360-A1A(200 HP). Electric gear & flaps, PC, 1-piece windshield. Four place. 37 $31,000A
1974 M20F Executive 22-0013 to 22-0078 Lycoming I0-360-AlA(200 HP). 1′ longer fuselage. Electric gear & flaps, PC, 1-piece
windshield. Four place.
66 $32,500A
1975 M20C Ranger 20-1147 to 20-1185 Lycoming 0-360-AlD(180 HP). Electric gear & flaps, cowl flaps fixed, no dorsal fin,
fixed step, PC. Four place.
39 $31,000A
1975 M20E Chaparral 21-1161 to 21-1180 Lycoming I0-360-A1A(200 HP). Electric gear & flaps, PC, 1-piece windshield. Four place. 20 $32,500A
1975 M20F Executive 22-1179 to 22-1305 Lycoming I0-360-A1A(200 HP). 1′ longer fuselage. Electric gear & flaps, PC, 1-piece
windshield. Four place.
127 $34,500A
1976 M20C Ranger 20-1186 to 20-1218 Lycoming 0-360-A1D(180 HP). Electric gear & flaps, cowl flaps fixed, no dorsal fin,
fixed step, PC. Four place.
33 $33,000A
1976 M20F Executive 22-1306 to 22-1432 Lycoming I0-360-A1A(200 HP). 1′ longer fuselage. Electric gear & flaps, PC, 1-piece
windshield. Four place.
127 $36,500A
1977 M20C Ranger 20-1219 to 20-1243 Lycoming 0-360-A1D(180 HP). Electric gear & flaps, cowl flaps fixed, no dorsal fin,
fixed step, PC. Four place.
25 $35,000A
1977 M20F Executive 22-1433 to 22-1439 Lycoming I0-360-A1A (200 HP). 1′ longer fuselage. Electric gear & flaps, PC, 1-piece
windshield. Four place.
7 $38,500A
1977 M20J 201 24-0001 to 24-0377 Introduction of J model. Lycoming I0-360-A1B6D(200 HP). Drag reduction to F model by Roy
LoPresti increases speed by 21 knots. Prop is squared-off; original gear-down 120 mph. Four
place. Click
here
for Mark Napier’s
detailed Mooney 201 evolution, starting in 1977.
377 $41,200 – $45,500A
1978 M20C Ranger 20-1244 to 20-1258 Lycoming 0-360-A1D(180 HP). End of short-cabin era. Four place. 15 $37,500
1978 M20J 201 24-0378 to 24-0757 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). Long fuselage (24’8″ or 7.6m) now standard. Push-pull
power controls. Changes from ’77 J model: engine model, fuel selector; panel; landing light
mounting; landing gear motor; landing gear speed now 150 mph; prop rounded. Four place.
Photo of Jim Murphy’s N201XG with original


exterior
and a slightly
modified
panel
.

380 $43,500 – $86,675
1979 M20J 201 24-0764 to 24-0900 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). New 1978 configuration. Strengthens cowl flap mounting.
Four place.
137 $53,500A
1979 M20K 231 25-0001 to 25-0246 Continental TSI0-360-GB(210 HP). First 6-cylinder engine. Turbocharged with Rajay fixed
wastegate. Fuel increased to 75 gallons. Dorsal fin airscoop. Curved wingtips, enclosed
lighting. Four place.
246 $51,975
1980 M20J 201 24-0901 to 24-1037 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). New 1978 configuration. Four place. 137 $58,500A
1980 M20K 231 25-0247 to 25-0446 Continental TSI0-360-GB(210 HP). Same configuration as 1979. Four place. 200 $63,500A
1981 M20J 201 24-1038 to 24-1213 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). Sculpted wingtips added, 201 number now on tail fin. Four
place.
176 $63,500A
1981 M20K 231 25-0447 to 25-0612 Continental TS10-360-GB(210 HP). Soundproofing improved, 231 number on tail fin. Four
place.
166 $69,000A
1982 M20J 201 24-1214 to 24-1326 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). Double plane door window, sound insulation added. Four
place.
113 $68,000A
1982 M20K 231 25-0613 to 25-0717 Continental TS10-360-GB(210 HP). Pressurized mags added, improved exhaust resonator.
Four place.
105 $76,000A
1983 M20J 201 24-1327 to 24-1417 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). Only change to 1982 was paint design change. Model
numbers dropped from tail fin. Four place.
91 $76,000A
1983 M20K 231 25-0718 to 25-0780 Continental TSI0-360-GB(210 HP). Same paint design changes as made to 201. Four place. 63 $85,000A
1984 M20J 201 24-1418 to 24-1499 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). Composite 1-piece belly, 2″ power gauges, internally lit
instruments. Four place.
82 $123,795A
1984 M20K 231 25-0781 to 25-0841 Continental TSI0-360-LB1(210 HP). Same changes as 1984 201, plus new engine with
redsigned fuel distribution, nitrited cylinders, steel belted pistons, new rod design. Four
place.
61 $139,915A
1985 M20J 201 24-1500 to 24-1550 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). First wing-mounted speed brakes (Precise Flight). Special
Edition introduces upgraded interiors. Four place.
51 $145,640A
1985 M20K 231 25-0842 to 25-0889 Continental TSI0-360-LB1(210 HP). Same changes as 1985 J models. Four place. 48 $169,925A
1986 M20J 201 24-1551 to 24-1588 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). Lean Machine and Special Edition marketed. Four place. 38 $145,640
1986 M20K 252 25-1000 to 25-1066 Continental TSI0-360-MB(1) (210 HP). Replaces 231 with intercooled engine, Garrett
variable wastegate. First model with curved side window. Also, enclosed landing gear; 28V
electrical. Four place.
67 $123,400 – $154,000A
1987 M20J 205 24-3000 to 24-3056 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). Features from 252 added to 201: enclosed landing gear;
28V electrical and rounded side windows. Four place.
57 $149,440A
1987 M20J 201 (LM) 24-1589 to 24-1641 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). Unchanged from 1986. Four place. 53 $
1987 M20K 252 25-1067 to 25-1157 Continental TSIO-360-MB(1) (210HP). Same as 1986. Four place. 91 $177,500A
1988 M20J 205 24-3057 to 24-3078 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). Uses Special Edition interior of 252 — new seats, center
armrests. Four place
22 $134,330A
1988 M20J 201 24-1642 to 24-1685 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). Last of square-cornered windows. Four place. 44 $102,970A
1988 M20K 252 25-1158 T0 25-1198 Continental TSI0-360-MB(1) (210 HP). FlightSafety training offered. Four place. 41 $179,845A
1988 M20L PFM 26-0001 to 26-0040 Porsche PFM 3200 N03 (217 HP). Porsche 911 derivative engine. Fuselage length adds 20″
and cabin 12″. First of long body aircraft — that becomes standard body in 1999.
40 $142,900
1989 M20J 201 24-3079 to 24-3143 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). Curved window corners; 28V electrical, new interior. Four
place. Gordon Cowles’ 201
exterior and panel,
stock with a KLN89 and Strike finder added.
65 $129,735A
1989 M20K 252 25-1199 to 25-1220 Continental TSI0-360-MB(1) (210 HP). Same as 1988 model. Four place. 22 $185,825A
1989 M20J 201AT 24-1686 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). Trainer with dual brakes; aux power plug; stanby vac;
more durable interior. 14V electrical. Four place.
1 $119,900
1989 M2OL PFM 26-0041 Porsche PFM 3200 N03 (217 HP). Last ad for PFM ran in March, 1990. Extra long body. 1 $193,375
1989 M20M TLS 27-0001to 27-0035 Lycoming Tl0-540-AFIA (270 HP). 26’4″ body, rear seats 4″ aft (extra long body
introduced in PFM mode).
35 $177,500
1990 M20J 201AT 24-1687 to 24-1706 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). Advanced trainer, unchanged from 1989. Four place. 20 $119,900A
1990 M20J 201 24-3144 to 24-3207 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). Sold as MSE. New paint design. Four place. 64 $138,000A
1990 M20K 252 25-1221 to 25-1230 Continental TSI0-360-MB(1) (210 HP). Unchanged from 1989. Four place. 10 $203,165A
1990 M20L PFM 26-0042 Porsche PFM 3200N03 (217 HP). Extra long body. Four place. 1 $
1990 M20M TLS 27-0036 to 27-0084 LycomingTI0-540-AFIA (270 HP). Extra long body. Mid-year paint change. Four place. 49 $251,650A
1991 M20J 201 24-3208 to 24-3245 Lycoming I0-360-A3B6D(200 HP). Sold as MSE and MSE Limited. Four place. 38 $173,460A
1991 M20M TLS 27-0085 to27-0125 Lycoming Tl0-540-AFIA (270 HP). Paint scheme adds 1 extra pinstripe. Extra long body.
Four place.
41 $261,720A
1992 M20J MSE 24-3246 to 24-3286 Lycoming IO-360-A3B6D (200 HP). MSE, MSE Limited and AT (Advanced Trainer). 41 $185,000A
1992 M20M TLS 27-0126 to 27-00146 Lycoming TIO-540-AFIA (270 HP). Unchanged from 1991. Extra long cabin 21 $302,090A
1993 M20J MSE 24-3287 to 24-3320 Lycoming IO-360-A3B6D (200 HP). Unchanged from 1992, though AT model disappears. 34 $196,750A
1993 M20M TLS 27-0147 to 27-0173 Lycoming TIO-540-AFIA (270 HP). Same as 1992. Extra long cabin. 27 $241,000 – $334,420
1994 M20J MSE 24-3321 to 24-3354 Lycoming IO-360-A3B6D (200 HP). Same as 1993. 34 $208,915A
1994 M20M TLS 27-0174 to 27-0193 Lycoming TIO540-AFIA (opt. AFIB) — (270 HP). Unchanged from 1993. 19 $340,345A
1994 M20R Ovation 29-0001 to 29-0021 TCM IO-550-G (280 HP). Normally aspirated with large 6-cylinder engine. Flying
Magazine’s single-engine plane of the year for 1994. Extra long body.
21 $205,750
1995 M20J MSE 24-3355 to 24-3373 Lycoming IO-360-A3B6D (200 HP). Unchanged from 1994. 19 $211,295
1995 M20M TLS 27-0194 to 27-0208 Lycoming TIO-540-AFIA (opt. AFIB) — (270 HP). Unchanged from 1994. Extra long body. 15 $297,970A
1995 M20R Ovation 29-0022 to 29-0075 TCM IO-550-G (280 HP). Unchanged from 1994. Extra long body. A photo of Norm Clemmer’s
N995K flaring and his factory
panel.
54 $297,970A
1996 M20J MSE 24-3374 to 24-3393 Lycoming IO-360-A3B6D (200 HP). Unchanged from 1995. 20 $245,705A
1996 M20M TLS 27-0209 to 27-0220 Lycoming TIO-540-AFIB (AFIA for s/n 209, 210). TKS option available. TLS Bravo added.
Extra long body.
12 $395,155A
1996 M20R Ovation 29-0076 to 29-0095 TCM IO-550-G (280 HP). TKS also becomes available. Extra long body. 20 $332,915A
1997 M20K 252 25-2001 to 25-2008 TCM TIO-360MB1 (210 HP). Reintroduces 252 with improved engine, 230 pound gross weight
increase.
8 $381,900A
1997 M20K Encore 25-2000 and 25-2009 to 25-2017 TCM TIO-360-SB2 (220 HP). Encore model re-introduces 252 10HP+ in engine, 230 pound
gross weight increase.
9 $391,900A
1997 M20M Bravo TLS 27-0221 to 27-0240 Lycoming TIO-540-AFIB (270 HP). Unchanged from 1996. Extra long body. Ron Gilbert’s
N355RZ exterior, with
TKS de-icing.
20 $446,900A
1997 M20R Ovation 29-0096 to 29-0131 TCM IO-550-G (280 HP). Unchanged from 1996. Extra long body. 36 $368,900A
1997 M20J MSE 24-3394 to 24-3412 Lycoming IO-360-A3B6 (200 HP). Unchanged from 1996. 19 $276,550A
1998 M20J Allegro 24-3413 to 24-3431 Lycoming IO-360-A3B6 (200 HP). Renamed J model; last year of production for J body. 19 $286,500A
1998 M20R Ovation 29-0132 to 29-0172 TCM IO-550-G (280 HP). Long body (standard after 1998). 41 $378,900A
1998 M20K Encore 25-2018 to 25-2035 TCM TIO-360-SB2 (220 HP). Uses same body as J model — both discontinued at year-end. 18 $386,900A
1998 M20M TLS Bravo 27-0240 to 27-0257 Lycoming TIO-540-AFIB (270 HP). Long body. 17 $364,950 – $436,700
1999 M20R Ovation 29-0173 to 29-0199 TCM IO-550-G (280 HP). Long body. 27 $384,000
1999 M20M TLS Bravo 27-0258 to 27-0281 Lycoming TIO-540-AFIB (270 HP). Long body. 25 $439,000
1999 M20S Eagle 30-0001 to 30-0039 TCM-IO-550-G (244 HP). Moritz gauges; 2-axis STEC autopilot; 75 gal. tanks. Long body. 39 $319,000
2000 M20R Ovation2 29-0200 to 29-0269, excluding 29-0260 and 29-0268 TCM IO-550-G (280 HP). 2-blade McCauley and 190-knot cruise. Dual Garmin 430s, KFC-225
autopilot, leather interior. Long body.
55 $399,000 – $498,400
2000 M20M TLS Bravo 27-0282 to 27-0310, excluding 27-0304 Lycoming TIO-540-AFIB (270 HP). Dual Garmin 430s; KFC-225 autopilot, leather interior.
Long body.
26 $459,000 – $530,800
2000 M20S Eagle 30-0040 to 30-0055 + 30-0057 TCM-IO-550-G (244 HP). Moritz gauges; 2-axis STEC autopilot; 75 gal. tanks. Long body.

19 $299,000 – $437,700
2001 M20R Ovation 2 29-0260, -0268 and 29-0270 to 29-0279 TCM IO-550-G (280 HP). 2-blade McCauley and 190-knot cruise. Dual Garmin (530/430) nav/com/GPS,
KFC-225 autopilot, leather interior. Long body.
12 $445,000B
2001 M20M TLS Bravo 27-0304, 27-0311 to 27-0316 Lycoming TIO-540-AFIB (270 HP). Dual Garmin (530/430) nav/com/GPS, KFC-225 autopilot,
leather interior. Long body.
7 $505,000B
2001 M20S Eagle 2 30-0056, 30-0058 to 30-0062 Upgrades in 2001 include 3-bladed prop (and 100 lb. gross weight increase); single
Garmin GNS430 GPS/Nav/Com; leather interior; rudder trim, ground power plug. Still uses
TCM-IO-550-G (244 HP).
6 $360,000B


Year Model Serial # Description No. built Factory price
2002 Ovation 2 29-0280 to 29-0287 TCM IO-550-G (280 HP). 2-blade McCauley and 190-knot cruise. Dual Garmin (530/430) nav/com/GPS,
KFC-225 autopilot, leather interior.
8 $349,500 to $445,000 (mid-year price reduction)
2002 Eagle 2 30-0064 and 30-0065 TCM-IO-550-G (244 HP) with McCauley 3-blade prop. 2 $360,000 to $299,950
2003 Ovation 2 29-0288 to 29-0315 TCM IO-550-G (280 HP). 2-blade McCauley and 190-knot cruise. Dual Garmin (530/430) nav/com/GPS,
KFC-225 autopilot, leather interior.
28 $299,450
$384,950 (DX)
2003 TLS Bravo 27-0317 to 27-0323 Lycoming TIO-540-AFIB (270 HP). Dual Garmin (530/430) nav/com/GPS, KFC-225 autopilot,
leather interior.
7 $434,950
2003 Eagle 2 30-0063 TCM-IO-550-G (244 HP) with McCauley 3-blade prop. 1  
2004 Ovation 2 29-0316 to 29-0321, 29-0323 to 29-0332, 29-0334 to 29-0335, 29-0337 to 29-0339, 29-0342,
29-0344 to 29-0346, 29-0348, 29-0352 to 29-0353
TCM IO-550-G (280 HP). 2-blade McCauley and 190-knot cruise. Dual Garmin (530/430) nav/com/GPS,
KFC-225 autopilot, leather interior.
28 $319,950
$389,950 (DX)
$409,950 (GX)
2004 TLS Bravo 27-0323 to 27-0330 Lycoming TIO-540-AFIB (270 HP). Dual Garmin (530/430) nav/com/GPS, KFC-225 autopilot,
leather interior.
8 $439,950 (DX)
$459,950 (GX)
2005 Ovation 2 DX   TCM IO-550-G (280 HP). McCauley 2-blade prop. 1 $397,750
2005 Ovation 2 GX 29-0354 to 29-0407 TCM IO-550-G (280 HP) with Garmin GX1000 glass cockpit. Hartzell 3-blade prop. 64 $438,000
2005 Bravo GX 27-0331 to 27-0350 Lycoming TIO-540-AFIB (270 HP) with Garmin GX1000 glass cockpit. McCauley 3-blade prop. 20 $478,000
2006 Ovation 2 GX   Ovation 2 becomes the 11,000th Mooney shipped by the factory in February, 2006. Mooney
hit the 10,000 level in 1995.
  $438,000
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