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2011 Chevrolet HHR

2011 Chevrolet HHR Review

(2 Stars)  A slightly improved PT Cruiser

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This new model from Chevrolet offers some huge storage space and is a surprisingly fuel efficient driver too. The design of the HHR is an obvious response to the Chrysler PT Cruiser, but is slightly boxier and just a little bit larger. This oddly shaped vehicle is actually being classified as a truck. The back seats fold down flat to offer almost 58 cubic feet of cargo room. The HHR has been around since 2006 and it has surpassed the PT Cruisers sales in its second year on the market.

This is a highly versatile vehicle and offers 32 MPG on the highway, which is the highest in its class. There are talks of replacing the HHR with a newer more refined utility vehicle, but this model is still shipping next year. The HHR start around $18,000 and it may be considered a steal for that when you consider its amazing storage space and very competitive fuel economy numbers. The HHR is does not have a large enough engine to be used for towing, but is good for lugging around a large load.

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