Orlando 2.0 VCDI 130 tyre pressure, dimensions, prices and tests. All you need to know about Chevrolet Orlando 2.0 VCDI 130 tyres
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CHEVROLET Orlando 2.0 VCDI 130 tyres

rezulteo, the tyre buying guide, will guide you through the tyre selection process for your CHEVROLET Orlando. Information on the engine size of your CHEVROLET Orlando 2.0 VCDI 130 allows us to supply you with various information, such as the recommended tyre pressure, as well as CHEVROLET Orlando 2.0 VCDI 130 tyre dimensions (width, heigh, diameter, load index, speed index). To find available tyre dimensions (size) for your CHEVROLET Orlando 2.0 VCDI 130, their prices, tests, reviews and where to buy them, click on the "see tyres" button.

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CHEVROLET Orlando 2.0 VCDI 130 (Since 2010)




Tyre pressure for CHEVROLET Orlando 2.0 VCDI 130 (2010)

Front tyre pressure :2.4 bars
Rear tyre pressure :2.4 bars
Front tyre pressure (loaded vehicle) :2.4 bars
Rear tyre pressure (loaded vehicle) :2.4 bars
infoThe tyre pressures indicated above are given for information only. For more information, please check the indications in your vehicle manual or on the front door of your vehicle.

Practical info for CHEVROLET Orlando 2.0 VCDI 130 (2010)

Body :MPV
Drive power :Diesel
Power :131 hp
Cubic capacity :1998 cc
Max. speed :111.8 mph
Front rim width (in inches) :7 "
Rear rim width (in inches) :7 "
Drive type :Front-wheel drive
Transmission :Manual
Admissible load on front axle :1220 kg
Admissible load on rear axle :1190 kg

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Season

It is recommended to choose your tyres, depending on the season, the temperature, and the surface:
  • Summer: better performance when the temperature is over 7°c
  • Winter and snow: recommended when the temperature falls below 7°c. The tyre pattern allows you to cut through snow, and retain grip.