Love it or hate it, the Chevy HHR has a unique style. The design is based on a late 1940s or early 1950s Chevy panel van. Read full review
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As a retro design, it's every bit as good as the Mini Cooper or the new Ford Mustang, incorporating elements of the old and mixing them with the new. Read full review
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Along with this version, the HHR can be had with just the front side windows, mimicking the look of a classic panel van. Read full review
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The tail lights are another nice detail copied from the earlier Chevy panel van, although the older car has only one set of lights, not this stack. Read full review
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The interior configuration of the HHR is good, with four seats and plenty of cargo area. The rear seats fold down so the HHR can transport large objects. Read full review
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The interior of the HHR is well built, although we didn't like the hard plastic comprising the dashboard. Read full review
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Navigation and hands-free calling are available through OnStar. Read full review
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Although the radio display is ugly, it is functional, letting you easily select XM satellite radio categories, for example. Read full review
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The 'i' button activates this track information display when an MP3 CD is playing. Read full review
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The HHR's auxiliary audio input is mounted in the radio faceplate. Read full review
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You can use these presets for the EQ or customize bass, treble, and midrange levels. Read full review
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The seven-speaker system includes this subwoofer, as well as tweeters in the car's A pillars and mids in the doors. Read full review
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The oversize steering wheel doesn't improve the car's mediocre handling. Read full review
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The instruments are attractive, using a refined watch-dial look. Read full review
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With the HHR, you have a choice of a 2.2-liter or 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine. This is the 2.4-liter version. Read full review
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