|Pricing||$19,030 - $22,730|
|Engines||2.2l I4, 2.4l I4|
|Fuel Economy||21-22 (city), 29-32 (highway)|
The HHR has been a minor hit for Chevy, and with good reason. Combining styling inspired by the 1949 Chevy Suburban and affordable pricing, the new HHR Panel is a practical wagon that provides the utility and privacy of a full size cargo van in a smaller package. The rear doors substitute steel panels for the glass windows, and open from the inside only. A flat load floor with tie-downs replaces the back seats to provide 57 cu. ft. of cargo volume. Underneath the floor are two lockable storage compartments. Powertrain options are identical to the standard HHR: a DOHC 2.2L or 2.4L inline-4 mated to a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed automatic. Chevy includes standard Stabilitrak stability control, a rarity in this class.
The SS Turbocharged Panel model has been discontinued.
|HHR Panel LS 1LS||2.2l I4 (155-bhp)||M5||FWD||$19,030|
|HHR Panel LS 1LS||2.2l I4 (155-bhp)||A4||FWD||$19,030|
|HHR Panel LT 1LT||2.2l I4 (155-bhp)||M5||FWD||$20,030|
|HHR Panel LT 1LT||2.4l I4 (172-bhp)||M5||FWD||$20,680|
|HHR Panel LT 1LT||2.2l I4 (155-bhp)||A4||FWD||$21,030|
|HHR Panel LT 1LT||2.4l I4 (172-bhp)||A4||FWD||$21,680|
|HHR Panel LT 2LT||2.4l I4 (172-bhp)||M5||FWD||$21,730|
|HHR Panel LT 2LT||2.4l I4 (172-bhp)||A4||FWD||$22,730|