The American brand has introduced this year in the national market the new Chevrolet Orlando, a medium size 7-seater MPV. This new model has been designed to be useful and practical, with a proven technology and a mechanical failsafe. With a bold exterior design and a practical interior, Chevrolet Orlando stands for an economical purchase price and low cost of maintenance: is available from 18,500 euros. The new minivan is intended to satisfy the needs of large families or simply to those who require space for your work or leisure activities. To meet sales targets, the new minivan will have to compete with Renault Grand Scenic, Toyota Verso or Citroen C4 Grand Picasso among others. The seats are arranged in 3 rows (2 + 3 + 2), the middle row is a bench and the two rear seats are separate seats that can fold to expand the trunk space.
Its creator, the Korean Taewan Kim, was looking for a car attractive on the outside and practical travelogue. In addition your design should emphasize on European roads without looking too great. The interior is very space and 7 adults can sincerely travel comfortably. Access to the 2 rear seats is easy because the Center row folds with two simple movements. 3 Engines available in Spain, a 1.8 gasoline currently litres and 141 horses and two diesel that will surely be the most demanded. Both are 2-liter with 131 and 163 horsepower. The price difference between the two makes it worthwhile to opt for the more powerful.
They are available in automatic and manual change. The equipment of the Orlando series is more than acceptable and includes, among other things, air conditioning, 6 airbags, radio cd with mp3, front fog lights, trip computer and parking sensor. The version complete, has cruise control, rain and lights, browser and sensors during 3 years or 100,000 kilometres free vehicle maintenance. No doubt the relationship quality/price of the new vehicle gives us the possibility to get a 7 seater new with a budget similar to that you invest in the market for used cars. The acceptance of the Orlando among consumers could lead to the reaction of other manufacturers and reduce the prices of the minivan segment in general, both new and second hand vans.