The Chevrolet Orlando is designed with a bold look and sophisticated feel, defined by its low roofline and crossover-inspired silhouette, while retaining the distinctive and recognizable Chevrolet “face” depicted by the split radiator grille and bowtie badge.
A spacious and versatile MPV makes trips with the family more fun and convenient. The Orlando has numerous possible seating configurations as the 2nd and 3rd row folds independently or together to make a completely flat load area. The Orlando’s load area is among the largest in the segment, with 1,594 liters available when both seat rows are folded.
The Chevy Orlando is loaded with all the bells and whistles for your convenience and comfort – cruise control, steering-mounted audio controls, auto climate control, auto on/off headlamps, rain-sensing wipers, auto-dimming rear view mirror, power side mirrors, keyless entry, and more.
Its 2nd and 3rd row seats are strategically raised like theater-style seating to provide your passengers a better view of the front and sides without compromising headroom.
Loaded with safety features such as Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS), Electronic Stability Control (ESC), Traction Control, Child Proof Locks on rear doors, dual airbags, and ISOFIX Child Seat Restraint System, the Chevrolet Orlando is your family’s safeguard on the road.
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For a carmaker to grow its market share, it has to enter lucrative car segments. In our country, the categories with the biggest sales are the subcompacts, the midsize SUVs, and the MPVs