2011 Chevrolet HHR
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The 2011 HHR is available in two new colors: Black Granite Metallic and Mocha Steel Metallic and there’s a My Link package that offers XM Satellite Radio Service and OnStar Service for a year. The open interior is perfect for cargo as well as for passengers. The rear seats fold flat to provide 57.7 cubic feet of storage. Even with the seats up the HHR has 25.2 cubic feet of space thanks to its rear liftgate and straight roof line. The total space can be reconfigured to carry groceries as well as surfboards.
The HHR has two LT packages: the 1LT and the 2LT. Both models include standard features like air conditioning, power door locks, power windows, cruise control, power outside mirrors, and remote keyless entry. StabiliTrak, full-function traction control, and ABS are also standard on both models.
The 1LT comes equipped with body colored outside mirrors, silver painted 16 inch fascia-spoke wheels, and an eight way power seat with power lumbar. A bright exhaust tip as well as bright chrome trim and 16 inch chrome wheels are also available.
The 2011 2LT HHR comes with FE3 sports suspension with StabiliTrak, a larger Ecotec 2.4L engine, bright chrome exterior trim, leather wrapped steering wheel and shifter, fog lamps, and a 260 watt Pioneer sound system with subwoofer. Two level heated leather seats are available on both models
There is a basic three year 36,000 mile warranty as well as the five year 100,000 mile roadside and powertrain warranty, plus a six year 100,000 mile corrosion warranty.
The HHR captures the essence of the 1949 Chevy Suburban with its retro but timely exterior, but the roomy, versatile, and comfortable interior make the HHR a trendy compact utility wagon that offers impressive fuel economy and quality driving dynamics. The HHR has craved out a functional niche for itself and continues to be a compelling choice for people who are looking for a practical small wagon.