Most of you are familiar with the Chevrolet Orlando, the minivan touted by Chevrolet as a game-changer that was canned at the last minute for the United States.
We were lucky enough to get our first glimpse of the Orlando during its unveiling here in Paris, and it's actually a bit larger than expected.
The Orlando gets a choice of 4-cylinder engines, ranging in displacement from a 1.8L four-cylinder to a pair of 2.0L diesels, with a max output of 163 horsepower. Inside, the Orlando is pretty similar to its Cruze stablemate, but with a couple extra seats. Ford's C-Max, which is going to be sold over here, is the more interesting American minivan if you ask us.
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