I would say: the Just Flight Arrow. All Asobo planes are classic out-of-the box default aircraft. And planes that came standard with any MSFS version were never about the highest realism. They look nice, they fly well, but they remain uncomplicated so that they appeal to a wide range of simmers.
The JF Arrow comes with a complete set of original Piper diagrams concerning performance, fuel consumption, etc, and so far I have found that the simulated plane seems to be spot on. I also heard from a pilot who flies the Arrow that it’s a very good fit, and that the JF Arrow feels much closer to the real thing than the Carenado Arrow.