The Chevrolet HHR blends classic and modern Chevrolet styling. The inspiration for HHR’s design team came from the 1949 Chevrolet Suburban. The deep-cut expansive fenders are almost an exact copy of the Chevrolet SSR’s convertible body. Retro styling is complemented by exterior mirrors and roof rack rails.
The Chevrolet HHR combines the roominess of an SUV with the comfort and ergonomics of a good sedan. The high roof gives the feeling of plenty of space in the cabin, which will be appreciated by tall passengers. The chrome accents and illuminated dashboard scales add to the luxury of the vehicle. The seats provide good support and comfort during long journeys.
The Chevrolet HHR is available in three trim levels – LS, 1LT and 2LT. The basic LS version includes air conditioning, power windows and central locking, a stereo system with 6 speakers and keyless entry.
Chevrolet HHR Panel is a variant of the Chevrolet HHR designed for cargo transport.
The Chevrolet HHR Panel differs from its predecessor in that it uses less glass, which emphasises its cargo function. The 1,786-litre luggage compartment, which can be opened using a special button on the dashboard, increases the safety of the load.
In addition to the luggage compartment, there are additional 170-litre capacities on the rear seats. The Chevrolet HHR Panel comes with a petrol engine with two output options: 149 or 175 bhp at 2.2 and 2.4 litres respectively.