I have had my HHR for about two months and here are some of the highs and lows;
>The seating arena is nice and comfy for all passengers.
>The sound system fills the space and has a nice balance and quality.
>The engine has a lot of torque for a four-cylinder(nice raucous hot-rod sound too).
>The cargo space has nice accessibility.
>Controls for the power windows are located in a bad spot, you have to reach around the gearshift to get to them.
>Use caution when jump-starting another vehicle,the fuse panel is located directly next to the electrodes, any arcing from the jump start might damage the fuses(this happened to me)
Overall, this is a good vehicle with good value and I am happy with it. There's enough function in it for the grown up in you and there's enough cool in it for the kid in you.
Love this car!
2010 Chevrolet HHRState - San Antonio tx05/05/2012
Affordable, roomy, peppy and fun to drive! Love it! Looks good too!
2011 Chevrolet HHRTom Beeson - West Allis, WI02/01/2016
This little car gets great gas mileage and has loads of room to haul stuff.
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