Chevrolet Orlando (2012)

  
CARBARN | Chevrolet Orlando (2012) | Under the hood there is a choice of three Chevrolet-efficient engines, one petrol and two diesel. All engines are transverse 4-cylinder engines with double overhead camshafts, 16 valves and either multi-point fuel injection, or in the case of diesel, common rail-mounted equipment. All engines have a cast iron cylinder block and alloy head. A gasoline engine is available to start a 1.8-liter that produces 141 hp at 6200rpm and 176Nm of torque at 3800rpm. Emissions and fuel consumption of 1.8 petrol are competitive with emissions at 172g/km and fuel consumption at 7.3 litres/100km. The heart of the two engines is a 2.0-liter 4-valve per cylinder and common rail fuel system. Top speed of the Chevrolet Orlando for the diesel engine with 130 hp is 180kph and 195kph with 163 hp. Emissions and fuel consumption are at 159g/km and 6 litres/100km respectively both. Chevrolet Orlando The launch marks a turning point for Chevrolet Europe, as it will trim the same name implemented worldwide increases, expect LS, LT and LTZ trims to become the norm in future Chevrolets.


The mid-range LT version also offers items such as parking sensors and steering wheel mounted audio controls, while the LTZ larger 17-inch alloy wheels, auto dipping rear view mirror and electronic cruise control system receives as examples. The Chevrolet Orlando proven McPherson strut set up Uses for the front and torsion beam axle for the rear axle. Emulating the successful Chevrolet Cruze, the Orlando-chassis has been tuned to provide the ideal compromise between ride comfort and agility. A torsion beam system can be easily adapted to accommodate the various vehicle and engine manufacturers weights. Chevrolet Orlando chassis and body structure have also been designed with high safety reserves as a key criterion.  All drivers also electronic brake force distribution benefit, a system that regulates the amount of braking at each wheel to the shortest stopping distances, ensuring traction control hold to check unintended driver exuberance and when road conditions are wet or slippery, electronic stability control and hydraulic brake assist.


Full production of the Chevrolet Orlando began in October at General Motors South Korea, manufacturing facilities and the car will go on sale across Europe in early 2011. With the Orlando, Chevrolet set out to change all that and something fresh and innovative to the market. The inspiration came from for the Chevrolet Orlando to see the more traditional designs of so many of the MPVs in Europe," says Taewan Kim, vice president of design, GMDAT. Orlando is a two-box design, part MPV part SUV, the existing categories and takes a prominent crossover silhouette. I am confident that Chevrolet could lead the way for this type of crossover design. " At the front of the vehicle, the design team has a face for Orlando, the bold and distinctive new Chevrolet, with a dual-port grille split with the body color and a wide gap Chevrolet bow tie is positioned proudly in the middle created. "Chevrolet Orlando front apron is an essential feature, and it is developing a global identity and gives the Chevrolet dealership appeal," says Kim Taewan.


A hood with carved center crease line flows into the front fenders, sculpted with aggressively flared wheel arches are to Chevrolet's' body to emphasize wheels-out "design philosophy. The Orlando offers lower body cladding, including a deep front splitter under the bumper section that houses the fog, which increases the durability, but also expanded its SUV-style vehicles. Chevrolet Orlando will appreciate the well thought out ergonomics. One of the most important considerations for passenger comfort, the seating arrangement, which is unique in the compact van segment. The middle section of the Chevrolet Orlando is built with floor assembly is a high-strength sub-frame to the second seat and where it stands at more than 4 inches (41mm) mm above the seating line, the driver and passenger features. It is often the owners do not need all that Orlando seven of their seats, and a number of alternative seating configurations can be arranged easily and quickly. By folding flat, both the second and third rows of cargo space increases, making it one of the largest in the compact van class to 856 liters.


Even with the third row of seats in the Orlando City maintains a useful 89 liters of space. Both the left and right hand outer second-row seats have a tumble-way system - for easy access to and - effectively twice, so that the backrest and seat cushion meets as a unit against the back of the driver or front passenger seat folded out of the third row. Once all the Chevrolet Orlando occupants safely in their seats, they benefit from the inside leg and head room, which is highly competitive against other vehicles in the industry. Legroom for the driver and the passenger is generous at 1034mm, while the second row legroom of 917mm Orlando is the most spacious in the class. Front headroom is 1020mm and for the second row, 983mm, while the passengers in the third row of 945mm headroom, enjoy one of the best in its class even with curved roof line on the outside of Orlando. Presented a series of new and important developments, both on the engine model year 2011, Cruze and Orlando. To start, Orlando Chevrolet customers have a choice of three engines, one petrol and two diesel. Each offers the latest in performance potential and fuel efficiency.  Specific power per liter is 78.3.  Orlando's maximum speed with the gasoline engine is fitted with a 185kph 0 to 100 kph time of 11.6 seconds, when coupled with the standard 5-speed manual transmission.

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