Cruise Control, Auxiliary Audio Input, Air Conditioning, Power Locks, Power Mirrors, AM/FM Stereo
4 Cylinders, 2WD, 2.2L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 42K Miles, White/Black
If you can ever wipe the grin off your face after driving an HHR SS you might have a slight annoyance with the cheap interior plastic or the "gotta get used to it" visibility. But that's a BIG if. Mash the pedal down and try and imagine another small vehicle that can hold this much stuff that is this much fun to drive!
I LOVE my HHR Panel. It is a great color, (red metallic), and just enough chrome to make it sparkle. My husband and I just returned from vacation. We drove the HHR over 1,000 miles and really enjoyed it. It got approx. 29 MPG and made for a comfortable ride. If I had any suggestions, it would be to provide just a little more room between the driver and passenger seats. This car is very unique in appearance because it does not have the side windows usually seen at the back seat and cargo area. The doors located behind the driver and passenger are great for getting to cargo near the front of the car. They are also great when packing the car for vacation. The car is my daily driver and my husband likes it so well, he is looking for one for himself.
It's like this car was designed with me in mind. I've always "settled" for economy rather than luxury in my past car purchases. With my HHR, I get a little of both. I like being able to sit high while not sacrificing fuel efficiency. It is also versatile. I'm the only person in the car 98% of the time, so I usually ride with the rear seats down to maximize my view. There's lots of storage room, and the grocery hooks are a plus. Every time I get behind the wheel, I say to myself,"I love this car".