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Chevrolet HHR

Chevrolet HHR

  The Chevrolet HHR is a cross between a station wagon and an SUV with the size and capability of being a work van as well with the use of the panels in place of the rear windows. Storage is maximized with the use of a covered cubby on the dash, removable rear seats, and hidden storage space beneath the cargo floor. Without the rear seats, the HHR can hold up to 58 cubic feet of cargo. The Chevrolet HHR is powered by a choice of three engines: a 2.2L I-4 engine producing 155hp and 150 lb-ft of torque, a 2.4L I-4 delivering 172hp and 167 lb-ft of torque, and a 2.0L turbocharged I-4 producing 260hp and 260 lb-ft of torque. These engines are mated to either a five-speed manual or a four-speed automatic.

The FlexFuel Chevy HHR was unveiled today during a speech at the Midwest Automotive Media Association breakfast, which opened press days for the Chicago Auto Show. The HHR become the latest Chevrolet FlexFuel model when it goes on sale later this year.

Chevrolet HHR E85 FlexFuel

The HHR will be available with an Ecotec 2.2-liter or Ecotec 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine, both of which will be compatible with E85. For the first time, the Ecotec 2.2L is equipped with variable valve timing (VVT), technology that assures precise opening and closing of the valves and accurate control of combustion gases to improve engine performance and efficiency. The Ecotec 2.4L continues to offer VVT.

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At the 2007 SEMA Show, Chevrolet revealed the HHR Panel SS – a customized vision that previews a forthcoming production model differing only slightly from the stylized SEMA concept. The Panel SS fuses the production HHR SS’s turbocharged powertrain and race track-bred suspension with the unique HHR Panel body style.

A creative alliance between Chevrolet and Detroit’s College for Creative Studies gave CCS students real-life experience in the competitive world of design and consulting, and provided Chevrolet with a glimpse of what vehicles and brands stir young adults’ souls.

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Chevrolet presents exciting HHR in Geneva Chevrolet HHR Chevrolet HHR Brings Fun and Functionality to the Compact Segment Unique styling with functional interior Fun to drive and spacious Chevrolet Europe is considering bringing the HHR to Europe and will unveil the exciting compact model at Geneva motor show on March 6. The HHR is a unique vehicle that combines styling and interior adaptability to create a vehicle suited to all lifestyles and it has a distinct design that was inspired (...)
Chevrolet announced today that pricing for the new, segment-exclusive HHR Panel will begin at $16,750 (including destination) for a well-equipped LS model. Orders for the HHR Panel will begin in early January. “Priced at only $200 more than an HHR passenger model, the HHR Panel demonstrates tremendous value to business customers,” said Ed Peper, Chevrolet general manager. “The HHR Panel is a model unlike anything else in the segment, offering commercial customers and expressive enthusiasts a (...)

The 2007 HHR Panel, designed for a myriad commercial and private uses, adds a new dimension of functionality to the popular HHR’s lineup of stylish, efficient vehicles. The HHR Panel features windowless side panels and rear cargo doors in place of conventional rear doors. A flat load floor provides more than 57 cubic feet (1,614 L) of cargo space, along with approximately 6 cubic feet (170 L) of additional covered, under-floor storage.

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With inspired styling and tremendous flexibility, Chevy’s unique HHR was a hit during its first year on the market. For 2007, the HHR evolves to offer more horsepower and new color choices for more agile cruising in style. HHR’s combination of bold design, uncompromising versatility, top safety record and personalization options has made it a popular choice in the market. More than 41,000 units were sold in the first five months on the market in 2005.

Chevrolet goes retro with the HHR wagon, which takes the 1949 Suburban as its design inspiration and incorporates styling touches from the automaker’s current SSR roadster pickup. Available in two trim levels with a choice of two four-cylinder engines, the HHR may attract the sort of buyers who fell for Chrysler’s PT Cruiser.

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Chevrolet’s retro-style HHR was recognized today as the most accessory friendly SUV at the 2005 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, capturing one of three SEMA Vehicle Design Awards and joining a prestigious list of past winners. "The aftermarket will have a heyday with this SUV, and die-hard GM fans now have their own little HHR cruiser to kick out,” said David M. Gordon, western regional sales manager for Hamsar Diversco, Inc., adding that the "retro-looking multi-use HHR lends itself to (...)

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