Dominated by Japanese and Korean brands, the MPV segment is popular among Filipinos for its flexibility and durability as a family car. Chevrolet Philippines dared and entered this class with the Orlando.
The Orlando stands tall and wide, suitable for various road surfaces and elevations. Technically considered as an MPV, but was styled as a crossover SUV on purpose. It’s 7-seater capacity gets high regard from people who wants to take their family anywhere. Distinctively Chevy in its split-grille with the American automaker’s bowtie insignia taking center attention up front.
Inside, everyone gets treated to a comfy journey with its standard leather seats, head unit that can play radio/CD/MP3, and an abundance of storage spaces.
A 1.8L DOHC Inline 4-Cylinder ECOTEC gasoline engine beats under the hood of the Orlando, and gets managed via a 6-Speed automatic transmission with TripTonic feature. Safety gets a priority via driver and passenger airbags, ABS, and Crash-sensing technology.