The Chevrolet Orlando made its North American debut at 2011 Montreal International Auto Show, fairly under the radar as most were still hungover from the massive North American International Auto Show in Detroit, MI. As most of you should recall, the plans for a U.S. launch of the Orlando went out the window, and the MPV will only sell in Canadian region of North America instead.
The Orlando rides on the Delta II platform that also underpins the Chevrolet Cruze and Volt. Additionally, the power comes from the 2.4L direct-injection 4-cylinder Ecotec engine seen in the Chevy Equinox; in the Orlando, the four-banger will be good for 178 HP that will be channeled through either a six-speed manual or automatic transmission. Standard across the whole Orlando range are six airbags, power windows, locks, remote keyless entry, and stability control. The Orlando arrives at Canadian dealers sometime later this year.