|Manufacturer||Chevrolet (General Motors)|
|Body and chassis|
|Body style||5-door wagon|
|Successor||Chevrolet Traverse (Americas & Russia)|
First generation (J309; 2011–2018)
|First generation (J309)|
|Body and chassis|
|Platform||GM Delta platform|
|Wheelbase||2,760 mm (108.7 in)|
|Length||4,652 mm (183.1 in)|
|Width||1,836 mm (72.3 in)|
|Height||1,633 mm (64.3 in)|
|Curb weight||1,655 kg (3,649 lb)|
The Orlando concept was a 5-door, 7-seat vehicle based on Chevrolet Cruze sedan. It included a two-tier grille, headlamps that flow into the front fenders and muscular fender forms that wrap around the wheels, 2.0L 4-cylinder turbo-diesel engine rated 150 PS (110 kW; 148 hp) and 320 N⋅m (236 lb⋅ft). It was unveiled at the 2008 Paris Motor Show, and later at the 2009 North American International Auto Show.
In August 2009, at its extended product review, GM previewed the production-spec Orlando and confirmed its production.
GM initially intended that the Orlando would go into production in the United States, however, in May 2010, GM reversed their decision. The Chevrolet Orlando sold in Canada starting in 2011 for the 2012 model year. This crossover is now being produced at the Gunsan Assembly Plant in South Korea. Orlando has been sold also in Europe since 2011.
European model was available from 2011 until 2014 when most of Chevrolet's vehicles, except muscle and sports cars were permanently withdrawn from the European market, except Russia and CIS member nations. Later in 2015, Chevrolet Orlando was discontinued the Russian market.
The model was discontinued for the 2015 model year in Canada.
Diesel engine for Korean market has been updated in 2015 to meet the government's Euro 6 requirement. All diesel Chevrolet Orlando sold in Korea is equipped with 1.6 liter inline-four CDTi engine outsourced from Opel.
|LUJ||1.4 L (1,364 cc) Ecotec I4 (t/c)||103 kW (138 hp; 140 PS)||200 N⋅m (148 lb⋅ft)||
|2H0||1.8 L (1,796 cc) Ecotec I4||104 kW (139 hp; 141 PS)@6200||176 N⋅m (130 lb⋅ft)@3800|
|LAF||2.4 L (2,384 cc) DI Ecotec LAF I4||130 kW (174 hp; 177 PS)@6700||171 lb⋅ft (232 N⋅m)@4900|
|Liquefied petroleum gas engines|
|LBN||2.0 L (1,998 cc) I4||103 kW (138 hp; 140 PS)@6000||18.8 kg⋅m (184 N⋅m)@4600||
|?||2.0 L (1,998 cc) VCDi Family Z I4 turbo||96 kW (129 hp; 131 PS)@3800||315 N⋅m (232 lb⋅ft)@2000||
|Z20D1||2.0 L (1,998 cc) VCDi Family Z I4 turbo||120 kW (161 hp; 163 PS)@3800||360 N⋅m (266 lb⋅ft)@1750–2750|
Canadian models included 2.4-litre direct injection petrol four-cylinder engine. European models include 1.8-litre petrol, 2.0-liter diesel engines. South Korean models include 2.0-litre LPG and 2.0-litre (163PS) diesel engines before update to 1.6-litre Opel diesel in 2015.
|Euro NCAP test results|
|Chevrolet Orlando (2011)|
Second generation (2018–present)
|Assembly||China: Shanghai (Shanghai GM)|
|Engine||1.35 L Ecotec I3-T (petrol)|
|Wheelbase||2,796 mm (110.1 in)|
|Length||4,684 mm (184.4 in)|
|Width||1,807 mm (71.1 in)|
|Height||1,628 mm (64.1 in)|
The second generation Orlando is made in China by Shanghai-GM. Available in 5 and 7-seater versions, the second generation Orlando was designed to be in a body style similar to a crossover. Power comes from a 1.35 L turbocharged three-cylinder engine producing 116 kW (156 hp; 158 PS).
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|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Chevrolet Orlando.|
- Chevrolet Orlando Web Site (in Korean)
- Chevrolet Media Site (Europe)
- Press kit: Chevrolet Orlando Europe, UK
- Chevrolet Orlando Technical Specification Data (2010–2011 Europe)