In 1967, Piper introduced the PA-28R-180 Cherokee Arrow. This aircraft
featured a constant-speed propeller and retractable landing
gear and was powered by a 180 horsepower (134 kW) Lycoming
O-360 engine. The engine was upgraded to 200 horsepower (149
kW) in 1969 and the designation was changed to PA-28R-200.
At the time the Arrow was introduced, Piper removed the Cherokee
150 and Cherokee 160 from production.