MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR FAMILY DRIVING.
It's the vehicle that's proven how less can be more when it comes to transporting your family and friends. In the case of the 2013 Chevrolet Orlando, "less" applies to a compact, manoeuvrable form that seats seven. "Less" also refers to impressive fuel efficiency – 7.0 L/100 km highway and 10.4 L/100 km city. And you can worry less on the road, thanks to the peace of mind that accompanies the StabiliTrak® Electronic Stability Control System and a 5-Star Euro NCAP Safety rating – in addition to the comprehensive support of OnStar®. It's the vehicle that's changing people's attitudes toward family driving. By building a smarter alternative: Chevrolet Orlando.
You can spot the difference between Orlando and other vehicles that seat at least seven at a glance. Orlando stands out by its compact form. In fact, Orlando is only five centimetres longer than Chevrolet's compact sedan, the popular Cruze. What difference does that make? If you've ever tried to park a larger van or SUV, or manoeuvre it through traffic, you'll immediately realize the benefits of Orlando's dimensions. Another dimension is its confident handling, aided by standard driver control features, such as the StabiliTrak® Electronic Stability Control system, Traction Control, and four-wheel ABS.
You do the math. Typically, vehicles that can seat seven aren't that great on fuel - bigger vehicles require more power and consume more fuel. Along comes Orlando to forever alter that equation. Its award-winning 2.4L ECOTEC® dual overhead cam 4-cylinder engine produces a substantial 174 hp. The engine is also tremendously fuel efficient, thanks to technologies like Direct Injection and Variable Valve Timing (VVT), in addition to a choice of six-speed manual or automatic transmissions (LT and LTZ only).