At a Glance
|Pricing||$19,750 - $20,750|
|Fuel Economy||22 (city), 30-32 (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 HHR Panel drops to a single basic trim level.
Chevrolet's fun, stylish and efficient Chevy HHR continues to shine as one of the compact segment's most unique offerings. Powerful and efficient Ecotec engines are at the heart of the HHR lineup's success, delivering good performance, value and convenience. Manual-transmission models are EPA-rated at 32 mpg on the highway and automatic-equipped HHRs are rated at 30 mpg on the highway. HHR is a safe vehicle. Since its launch, it has received critical acclaim and federal recognition...Read.
|HHR Panel LS 1LS||2.2l I4 (155-bhp)||M5||FWD||22/32/26||37||$19,750|
|HHR Panel LS 1LS||2.2l I4 (155-bhp)||A4||FWD||22/30/26||31||$20,750|