Back when we reviewed the Chevrolet Orlando, we noted that it had trouble catching up to its chief rivals, the Mazda5 and the Kia Rondo. No longer.
March was the best month for the Orlando, with the Chevrolet MPV nipping at the heels of the Honda Odyssey. Chevrolet sold 759 Orlandos, compared to 774 Odysseys. Unfortunately, both have a long way to go to catch the segment leader, the Dodge Grand Caravan, which sold 4531 units in March alone. The Grand Caravan’s full-size dimensions and Orlando-sized pricetag (starting at $19,995) make it an irresistible proposition for many Canadian families.