Chevrolet Orlando

Chevrolet is confident that its first venture in to the seven-seat people carrier market will offer the best value for money compact MPV in the business when the new distinctive Orlando hits the streets from £16,395 in March.

A serious rival to the likes of Ford's Grand C-MAX and the Vauxhall Zafira, the Orlando is billed as having a spectacular amount of standard equipment and is built for those who value design as much as they value versatility. The Orlando's exterior - with its bold contours of a stylish crossover - looks as beautiful as the Orlando's interior. The seven-seater lines-up in a two-three-two formation and is exceptionally well packaged.

The muscular car comes in three trim levels and three engine sizes. Even the entry level Orlando LS features kit including air-con, electronic stability control, follow-me-home lights, electric windows and mirrors, remote central locking, six airbags, three 12v power sockets, tinted glass and an adjustable leather covered steering wheel.

Chevrolet Orlando

Chevrolet Orlando

Chevrolet Orlando

Chevrolet Orlando

Chevrolet Orlando

Chevrolet Orlando

Chevrolet Orlando

Chevrolet Orlando

Chevrolet Orlando

Chevrolet Orlando

Chevrolet Orlando

Chevrolet Orlando

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