Pricing for the 2011 Chevrolet Orlando has been announced, as the new MPV will hit the UK dealerships in Spring.
The 2011 Chevrolet Orlando will be available in three trim levels (LS, LT, LTZ), with three engine choices to choose from, out of which one is petrol and two are diesels.
The petrol version 2011 Chevrolet Orlando uses a 1.8-litre engine which produces 141 PS while the diesels are represented by a 2.0-litre plant which can output either 130 PS or 163 PS. Transmission choices include a 6-speed manual and a 6-speed automatic, and as far as standard equipment on the basic version 2011 Chevrolet Orlando comes, the automaker offers ESC, air conditioning, follow-me-home headlights, remote central locking, 6 airbags, three 12v sockets, tinted windows, and adjustable steering wheel.
The 2011 Chevrolet Orlando also comes with a supplementary rear view mirror and a cubby compartment behind the stereo fascia, which allows storing MP3s, ipods, iPhones, etc. 
For the complete Chevrolet Orlando price list check out the press release below.
Chevrolet press release :

  • New Chevrolet compact MPV, from £16,395 on-the-road
  • Fabulous equipment levels complement bold styling
  • Low insurance groups
  • Final UK specification and pricing

Not only is it the perfect combination of bold and new, but Chevrolet’s new Orlando MPV is also ‘spec’-tacular value for money.
Prices for the newcomer have just been announced, and from £16,395
they represent the best value in the class in terms of standard
When the car arrives in UK dealerships in the Spring, three trim
levels and three engines will be available, including two diesel
The entry level Orlando is badged LS, and is anything but basic.
Standard equipment includes ESC, air conditioning, follow-me-home
headlights, electric windows and mirrors, remote central locking, six
airbags, three 12v power sockets, tinted windows and an adjustable
steering wheel.
It also includes two clever innovations – a supplementary rear-view
mirror allowing both driver and passenger to see all of the car’s
occupants, and an extremely clever hidden cubby compartment behind the
stereo facia; the perfect place to conceal MP3s, phones and iPods away
from prying eyes.
The LS is available with the 141PS 1.8-litre petrol engine, or a new
130PS 2.0-litre diesel unit, the latter of which also comes with a
six-speed manual gearbox as standard.
LT models come loaded with even more kit. As well as the standard LS
equipment, they get rear parking distance sensors, a USB port, 16-inch
alloy wheels, climate control, a chrome-effect tailgate handle, driver’s
armrest, leather-covered steering wheel, front fog lights, electric
rear windows and an upgraded sound system with steering wheel audio
In addition, the LT can be specified with the most powerful Orlando
engine, a 163PS 2.0-litre diesel with six-speed manual transmission, or a
six-speed auto as an option.
The range-topping LTZ models, which are also offered with a choice of
all three engine options, come with an astonishing amount of on-board
These include distinctive 17-inch alloys, automatic cruise control,
an electro-chromatic rear view mirror, automatic headlights and
windscreen wipers, blue ambient panel lighting, a gloss black centre
console, power-folding door mirrors, a rear cargo net and chrome-effect
body detailing.
Buyers of diesel-engined LTZ models can also specify an optional
Executive Pack, priced at £2,000. This adds full leather upholstery,
heated front seats, satellite navigation and smart 18-inch alloy wheels.
Orlando also benefits from best-in-class insurance group ratings – no
other seven-seat MPV can match the 1.8-litre petrol model’s 10E T1
classification, while the 130PS 2.0-litre diesel is in class 14E T1 and
the 163PS 2.0-litre diesel is the 16E T1 bracket.
A full list of prices and specifications appears below (all prices include 20 per cent VAT, due from January 1, 2011):

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LS 1.8 Petrol MAN 172 23% £16,395 £740.14 £1,480.28
  2.0 VCDi (130PS) MAN 159 23% £17,645 £802.01 £1,604.02
LT 1.8 Petrol MAN 172 23% £17,395 £786.14 £1,572.28
  2.0 VCDi (130PS) MAN 159 23% £18,645 £848.01 £1,696.02
  2.0 VCDi (163PS) AUTO 186 29% £20,395 £1,155.07 £2,310.14
LTZ 1.8 Petrol MAN 172 23% £18,195 £822.94 £1,645.88
  2.0 VCDi (163PS) MAN 159 23% £20,195 £919.31 £1,838.62
  2.0 VCDi (163PS) AUTO 186 29% £21,195 £1,201.47 £2,402.94
LTZ with Exec  Pack 2.0 VCDi (163PS) MAN 159 23% £22,195 £1,011.31 £2,022.62
  2.0 VCDi (163PS) AUTO 186 29% £23,195 £1,317.47 £2,634.94
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Model Orlando Orlando Orlando Orlando
Engine 1.8 Petrol 2.0 VCDi
2.0 VCDi
(163PS) Man
2.0 VCDi
(163PS) Auto
Top Speed (mph) 114 121 121 111
Acceleration 0-60 mph (s) 11.2 9.9 9.7 10.6
Fuel Consumption MVEG (mpg):        
     urban 29.1 35.8 35.8 30.4
     extra-urban 47.9 57.7 57.7 49.6
     combined 38.7 47.1 47.1 40.4
CO2 emissions (g/km) 172 159 159 186
Emission class Euro V Euro V Euro V Euro


Source: Chevrolet