The new 2011 Chevrolet Orlando is Chevy's first foray into the mid-sized compact MPV market in Europe. CAR's just driven the Orlando people carrier in Spain to see how it compares with the new Ford C-Max, Renault Scenic, Vauxhall Zafira and their ilk. The Orlando has five conventional doors, rather than the sliding doors favoured by the new Ford C-Max. Access is good to all three rows of seats, especially since the middle row tumbles 60:40 to allow you to step into the rearmost pair of pews. As standard, all five rear seats in the Orlando tumble into the floor at the tug of a lever. Depending on how far back the front seats are slid, you may have to fiddle the headrests for a flush fold but you won't need a degree in advanced leverage to work the Orlando's pews. Boot space is gigantic as a five-seater, shrinking to weedy when configured as a seven-seater. But the good news is that even gangly adults can sit comfortably in the third row.
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