Chevrolet HHR

Chevrolet HHR

The 2011 Chevrolet HHR is considered to be a modernized version of a station wagon. However, it is classified as a compact car even with it being so roomy. It is an ideal family vehicle for growing families or business professionals who need available storage behind the rear seating area.

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Model Overview

Introduced at the 2005 Los Angeles Auto Show, the Chevy HHR has stayed mostly the same in body style with minimal changes. The design was inspired by the 1949 Chevrolet Suburban and elements of the car that call back to the older model include the substantial squared-off fenders and hemispherical grille.

Three trim packages are available for this vehicle including the LS, Panel LS, and LT.  The LS is considered to be the base model with minimal options. The Panel LS brings a few additional interior features and a slightly different look to the exterior. The LT trim is considered to be the loaded option.

When you need a vehicle that is flexible, the 2011 Chevrolet HHR can meet all of those needs. It provides consumers room while still getting an average 32 MPG on the highway. Consumers can add a towing hitch to the 2011 Chevy HHR as it can tow up to 1000 pounds. The rear seats fold down into more than one configuration, allowing for easier transportation of home improvement goods or small furniture items. This feature comes in handy for long road trips, particularly if you have one or more children. Additional selling points include heated seats and adjustable steering wheel. 

2011 Chevrolet HHR Safety

The 2011 Chevrolet HHR is fully equipped with a variety of safety features including electronic stability control. It has daytime running lights and anti-lock brakes. Airbags are available along the side of the vehicle as well as in the front for drivers and passengers.

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has rated the 2011 Chevrolet HHR in three crash tests. For moderate front overlap, in regards to front end collisions, it was given a "Good" rating. In side impact crash tests it was given an "Acceptable" rating. The head restraints and seats crash test rating resulted in a "Marginal" result. 

Noteworthy About the Chevrolet HHR

If you are in the market for a comfortable and roomy vehicle that provides enough storage space and room for the whole family, consider the Chevrolet HHR. It is a good option if you need a versatile vehicle. Consider later models to decrease payments but view the options that each model year has to offer. Carfax.com can help you find the right HHR to suit personal, business, and family needs.