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When deciding on a vehicle to transport your family around, a 7-seater MPV could be an excellent choice. They’re large and practical, and the extra two seats in the back come in extremely handy. However, they can look quite boring. Why not choose one that has more similar styling to an SUV? The 2014 Chevrolet Orlando has just that. Chevrolet has tried to make their cars much more European-friendly, and with the 2014 Orlando, we definitely think they got it right. 

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The 2014 Chevrolet Orlando is very family-oriented. The doors on the van are nice and wide, making it very easy to get all the kids in and out of the car. Inside, it’s very spacious and the highend trim levels have some chrome and gloss black finishes which give it more of a quality feel. Also, equipment levels are generous. The 2014 Orlando comes equipped with cruise control, reverse parking sensors, and six airbags as standard.

It’s also very easy to get a comfortable driving position in the 2014 Orlando as there is a lot of adjustment options available and they are all very easy to use. The steering wheel also has a lot of adjustment in it, so whether you’re short or tall you can definitely find a position that’s comfortable for you.

In terms of storage, the 2014 Chevrolet Orlando is a practical family van so there’s several storage compartments available. There’s a huge glove box, two cup holders in between the two front seats, another storage compartment in the center console, one in each door, and even an extra space for a massive water bottle in the door as well. Our favourite storage compartment by far is the hidden one behind the stereo! You can safely store valuables in the car and nobody would know they’re even there.

Another nifty feature in the 2014 Chevrolet Orlando is the drop down mirror in front of the rear view mirror which allows you to check up on the kids to make sure they’re not causing too much trouble. The quality throughout the car is good although hard plastics are definitely present.

Getting into the backseat, you’ll quickly find that space is quite generous even in the second row. WithYou could even comfortably seat three adults in the second row as it offers more than enough headroom, and even more leg room. There’s even an outlet to connect your devices which allows for passengers to charge as they go!

The trunk inside the 2014 Chevrolet Orlando is extremely spacious and is hugely practical just like everything else in this car. The maximum cargo space in this family vehicle is 56.3 cubic feet, an absolutely monstrous quantity of space. There’s also a handy storage compartment underneath the carpeting and you can also easily unfold the third row seats.

When you get behind the wheel of the 2014 Chevrolet Orlando, the van feels well-planted and rides surprisingly well throughout the bends. The ride is good, but the suspension is firm enough to keep body roll to a minimum. Although the steering is light, it can often feel numb because there’s very little feedback to the driver. Also, be weary of the 18-inch alloy wheels as they can make the van feel quite jittery.

Altogether, this a great family vehicle that looks good and won’t break the bank. If you’re looking for the perfect family taxi, the 2014 Chevrolet Orlando may be your calling.

2014 Chevrolet Orlando
Reviewed by Unhaggle on .
Rating: 8.2 / 10

Trim / StyleMSRPEst. Monthly PaymentAverage PriceInvoice Price
1LT$22,910 Get Local Price Get Invoice Price
2LT$24,395 Get Local Price Get Invoice Price
LS$20,195 Get Local Price Get Invoice Price
LTZ$29,295 Get Local Price Get Invoice Price
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General Specs

Engine 2.4000 L
Horsepower @RPM174
Fuel TypeUnleaded
Body typeHatchback
Number of Doors5
Drive TrainFront Wheel Drive
Transmission TypeManual
Power and Performance:

The 2014 Chevrolet Orlando engine’s generous mid-range shows itself more clearly in acceleration from 50 to 70mph in fifth gear. A Grand C-Max 2.0 TDCi takes 8.8sec to crack that task and a 1.6-litre diesel Peugeot 5008 needs 9.8sec, but the Chevrolet does it in 8.3sec. Building speed in this car is easily achieved and seldom requires a lower gear, thanks to that 266lb ft of torque.

The 4.99 L/100km we recorded during our touring economy test matches Chevrolet’s overall claim exactly, suggesting that, if you’re prepared to keep to a 70mph motorway cruise, you’ll get commendable fuel efficiency from the Orlando. Up your motorway cruising pace to less aerodynamically efficient levels, though, and you’ll be lucky to better 6.36 L/100km.

Whether you’re hurrying the car along or not, however, one thing you won’t have to put up with is shoddy mechanical refinement. The 2.0-litre diesel is much more refined than you might expect – quieter and smoother, even, than GM’s own 158bhp 2.0 CDTi engine in some cars we’ve sampled. It remains relatively quiet and smooth even at high revs, and although it does begin to get breathless above 4000rpm, you’ll hardly ever need much more than 3000rpm in daily driving.

Originally appeared on Autocar

Interiors and Special Features:

There’s no five-seat option with a 2014 Chevrolet Orlando, so it goes head to head with the biggest of its rivals as a seven-seater only, in a two-three-two layout.

Those rearmost seats are, as is usual, best used for kids or smaller adults on short journeys only, but the second row has good headroom and leg space, although it doesn’t slide. Neither can, as in the Grand C-Max or Mazda 5, the centre of the middle-row seats be folded away to make it a more luxurious-feeling four- or six-seater.

But don’t think that interior innovation has been forgotten. The middle row can be tipped and rolled forwards at the flip of one button, there’s a centrally mounted mirror for front-seat passengers to keep an eye on those in the rear, and the dashboard contains one of the finest interior features we’ve seen in a long time: up flip the stereo/nav controls to reveal a fabric-lined cubby with aux/MP3 sockets inside it, allowing music players and/or phones to be stowed inside, charged and utterly hidden from view when the car is unattended.

Originally appeared on Autocar

Safety features:

Chevrolet only offers a three-year warranty, but safety is top notch. With a five-star rating from Euro NCAP, safety standards in the 2014 Orlando are high and it comes with two ISOFIX mounts for child seats, six airbags, and electronic stability control.

Originally appeared on Car Buyer

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