One engine, two trim levels to fit every family’s needs
The engine is a 4 cylinder, transversely mounted unit with double overhead camshafts, 16 valves and multi-point fuel injection. The engine have a cast-iron block and alloy cylinder head.
The gasoline engine is a 1.8 litre which produces 104kW of power at 6200rpm and torque of 176Nm at 3800rpm. Maximum speed for this version is 185kph. Emissions and fuel economy for the 1.8 engine are competitive with emissions at 171g/km and combined fuel consumption at 7.2 liters/100km.
Whatever model customers opt for they are guaranteed a high level of equipment with standard items on the LS including electronic stability control, six airbags, and power mirrors.
The Orlando features many of the latest design cues from Chevrolet such as the Corvette-inspired dual cockpit and ambient blue backlighting to the centre console. Distinctive design is nothing without well-thought-out functionality, however, so the ‘theater-style’ seating arrangement of the Orlando’s three rows of seats provides a practical solution for comfortable family seating. The generous load area and the numerous storage solutions will also grab the attention of family motorists.
Safety for the vehicle’s occupants is always a paramount consideration for this class of car. Orlando owners will be reassured by both the attention to detail and the inclusion of the latest technology that has gone into this aspect of the car’s design. Most of Orlando’s body structure is constructed of high strength steel to form an effective passenger safety cage. It will provide protection in the event of a collision to the front, rear or side of the car. Should a collision occur, Orlando’s occupants will be protected by six airbags – dual front, seat side and curtain airbags.