Chevrolet Orlando Ditches Minivan Shape To Meet Demands

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While its minivan shape did work for the Chevrolet Orlando in the past, it is clear now that people are more interested in crossovers and SUVs and Chevrolet recognizing that has decided to change the Chevrolet Orlando into more of a crossover.

According to a report from China, the upcoming Chevrolet Orlando will be offered in both five and seven-seat configuration. In terms of design, the vehicle will be fitted with a large air intake in the front, there is also the single-bar grille and two vertical creases on the side of the bumper.

In term of size, the new Orlando would be longer than the current model but it will also be narrower. No word on what the vehicle will be getting under the hood but some people believe we could be getting a 1.3-liter turbocharged engine that will be offering about 156hp and will come mated to a manual or automatic transmission.

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