The Chevrolet Orlando is an L-class minivan. The restyled version of the model debuted in July 2013.

Externally, the Orlando has changed very little. Chevrolet designers redesigned the mirror housings and modernized the front bumper. The interior, in its turn, uses higher-quality materials than before. In addition, the minivan received additional body paint colours and optional new design wheels.

Structurally, the car remains the same. Built on the platform of the Cruze sedan, the Orlando is fitted with the proven McPherson-type front suspension and a combined cross-beam rear suspension. In addition, the car is equipped with a four-channel anti-lock braking system, brake force distribution system, traction control, electronic dynamic stabilisation system and emergency braking assist.

Of course, Chevrolet Orlando, as it should be a minivan, has a spacious interior with excellent transformation capabilities. Due to the possibility of folding separately each seat of the second and third rows flush with the floor, Orlando owners get a lot of variants of the interior space organization. In addition, the second row side seats can not only fold down, but also fold forwards to provide access to the third row of seats. And when you need to move a lot of cargo, Orlando provides one of the biggest luggage compartments in the segment, the volume of which with the folded seats of the second and third rows reaches 856 litres.

In Ukraine, Chevrolet Orlando is available with 1.8-liter petrol engine producing 141 horsepower and 176 Nm of torque, and with 2-liter turbodiesel engine producing 163 ‘horsepower and 350 Nm of torque at 2000 rpm. The diesel engine is mated only to a six-speed automatic transmission and the petrol engine has an available five-speed manual gearbox. The most economical engine, the diesel engine, requires 7 litres of heavy fuel per 100km over a combined cycle.