Full pricing and specification details for Chevrolet’s Orlando MPV have been released by the American manufacturer.

The Orlando will be the first Chevy MPV to hit the UK and lands on our shores with three trim-levels available -LS, LT and LTZ- and a range of three Euro-5 compliant engines.

Chevrolet kicks-off with the entry-level LS trim, equipped with air conditioning, electronic stability control (ESC) and six airbags.

The LS is available with either the entry-level 138bhp 1.8-litre petrol engine or the more efficient 127bhp 2.0-litre diesel engine.

Chevrolet’s smaller petrol variant emits 172g/k of CO2 and returns just 38.7mpg while the 2.0-litre diesel improves on both these figures in emitting 159g/km of CO2 and returning 47.1mpg on its combined cycle.

At the top of the range sits a 160bhp 2.0-litre diesel engine that is available on the LT and LTZ specifications.

Chevrolet’s most powerful Orlando engine has CO2 emissions of 186g/km and a combined fuel economy of 40.4mpg.

The LT trim level adds rear parking distance sensors, climate control and 16-inch alloys to the LS line, while the LTS models feature automatic climate control, chrome-effect detailing on its exterior and large 17-inch alloys.

For £2,000 customers can equip their Orlando with an Executive pack for diesel models that include leather upholstery, heated front seats and a satellite navigation system.

Chevrolet’s Orlando MPV will arrive in UK showrooms in spring 2011 with prices starting from £16,395.

Askaprice.com holds a number of new Chevrolet models including the new Chevrolet Lacetti- the car previously used as Top Gear’s reasonably priced car.