GM’s ubiquitous Ecotec resides under the flat hood, a 2.4-Litre inline-4 in this case. You’ll find it elsewhere too, and it’s a good engine. It makes 174 HP @ 6700 RPM, and a solid 171 lb.ft of torque at 4900 RPM. Although you’re not in a street rocket, you’re rewarded with exemplary fuel economy, considering it’s not a hybrid and it can carry seven passengers or a whole lot of cargo. The Orlando is rated at 10.6 L/100 km (22 mpg) in the city, and 6.9 L/100 km (34 mpg) on the highway. Step into the easily accessible interior and you’ll find simple, clean styling that doesn’t look or feel cheap. There are nicely textured soft-touch plastics on the dash and doors, plenty of headroom and comfortable, manually adjustable seats. The smaller diameter steering wheel works well, and has buttons for phone, hands free, media and cruise control. The second row is very easily accessible with good step-in height and doors that open wide. You’ve got three seats, three seat belts and three headrests – the headroom is fantastic, and the leg/knee room is fine – space is great for 2 adults or 3 kids. The seats are relatively comfy . When back seats are folded down there is plenty or space to go to the store and shop to your hearts content. Rear seats up still allows for grocery runs with the kids.
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