CHEVROLET orlando

 

This 5/7-seater succeeded the 2011 South Korean Chevrolet Orlando in 2018 only on paper, as while the earlier model was sold fairly worldwide, but not in China, the new one is for China only and as an MPV new to Chevrolet there, though listed as a car.  It is based upon the Buick GL6, also distributed only in China.  The rear suspension is independent in good Chinese manner, rather than a compound crank.  In 2019 26,500 left the factory, while since May 2019 retail sales of the Orlando exceeded those for the Buick GL6, which is only available with an automatic transmission.  The Orlando has a 5- or 7-seat configuration, with the second row a 3-seater.

Updating the Orlando for the National 6b emission standard by June 2020, a 48V mild hybrid system reduced the fuel consumption for the automatic from 6.7 to 6.1 l/100km.  The manual transmission model was not continued.

The discontinuation of production of the Orlando (Zafira C platform) in South Korea was because an increasing number of consumers preferred SUVs to MPVs.  Moreover, production had fallen in 2014, after it was decided to stop selling Chevrolets in Europe, which accounted for the larger part of the Orlando export until 2013.  South Korean Orlando production topped 52,000 in 2012.

 

platform:

PATAC-K

Chevrolet Orlando

rear suspension:

4-link independent, coil springs

1415

kg

SGM/SAIC

SGM/SAIC

MPV

3 cyl.

3 cyl.

wheelbase (cm):

279.6

DOHC

DOHC

length from (cm):

468.4

1349

1349

cc:

width (cm):

180.7

dual inj.

dual inj.

seating:

2-3-(2)

turbo

turbo

mild hybrid

market:

China

18.09-20.

20.06-

530T

530T

6M/6A

6A

115

115+8

kW

156

156+11

hp

6.3/6.7

6.1

l/100 km

 

Net output data are approximate.

 

For recent specifications on Chevrolet cars built in China, see:
On a Global Mission: The Automobiles of General Motors International

 

 

Far East Auto Literature

4 November, 2020