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Last year, someone at General Motors figured out that the new Chevrolet Orlando seven-passenger multi-purpose vehicle isn't the right product for the United States. So the compact Mazda5 competitor was scrubbed from 2012 model year plans here, despite the hotbed of activity in that segment.
Canada is the place that embraced the 1962 Chevy II, which was no more than a bottom-scraping compact car in the United States, as the split-grilled Acadian Beaumont family car sold in Pontiac dealerships.
At 183.7 inches long on a 108.7-inch wheelbase, the Orlando is 0.7 inches longer, on a 1.3-inch shorter wheelbase than the Acadia Beaumont and Invader of 50 years ago, though at 72.2 inches, it's about 17 inches taller than either the Beaumont sedan or wagon. The Acadias carry only six passengers to the Orlando's seven.
Controls are logically arranged and the center stack is useful without feeling busy, though the plastics and gloss also aren't quite up to the standards that Cruze, Malibu and Equinox have set in the past four years.
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