Tehcho, i've test drove Orlando over the weekend at Jln Ampang the Naza Quest HQ. I'm not a regular MPV driver (this is my 1st MPV i drove) so my judgement would be biased.
First impression, I would say the Orlando looks has impressed me and when I sat on the driver's seat, it feel like i'm driving a premium car. Once I glanced the rear view mirror, then I realized I'm in a MPV because of it has 2 rear view mirrors i.e. one to view the back of your Orlando and one is to view your family members at the back, especially the kids at the back 3rd row.
Driving was a smooth one, the steering was very light but still can feel it unlike the Nissan Almeera, damn light and feel like I can use only 1 finger to steer ! eheh.
I can't say much on the noise, vibration and harshness part cause the test drive was a short one but overall, the NVH is okay to me. The pick up also not so bad as I was carrying 3 adults (me, my wife and the sales guy) and my 2 kids. I did floored abit the pedal to feel the pick up and it moved accordingly, so i dare to say it is not underpowered (but still depends on the load you were carrying).
The sitting arrangement also as good as other MPV, it just that as commonly found in other mid-sized MPV, the 3rd row is a bit cramp for adults, and the luggage area behind the 3rd row is not that to be proud of. But of course if the 3rd row seats are folded down, the space is larger than my current waja's boot
Last but not least, the Chevrolet Orlando looks appealing for me to be the replacement of my current Waja. And the most important part is, when asked my wife and my 2 kids - they loved it !
Anyway, I still need other people feedback, not on the product itself but on Naza Quest, on how's their performance in term of after sales service. Are the authorised service center capable and know-how to treat and service the Chevy's ? That part was quite blurry and not much of information I can search in the Internet.