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Chevrolet HHR, Wagon
#9 of 1606 2006 Chevy HHR
Dec 18, 2003 (7:35 pm)
All-New HHR Adds To Chevrolet's Growing Family Of Crossover
DETROIT- Chevrolet Motor Division has officially selected the name HHR for its all-new crossover vehicle. HHR will begin production in summer of 2005 as a 2006 model.
"With its expressive design and surprising functionality, HHR is a great addition to our family of Chevrolet vehicles," said Pete Langenhorst, Chevrolet Cobalt and HHR marketing director.
HHR was an internal codename for "heritage high roof," representing the design of Chevrolet's trucks in the late 1940s. The styling of the HHR reflects both the look of a 1949 Suburban and the current SSR.
HHR is part of Chevrolet's new small vehicle lineup, which includes the all-new 2005 Cobalt and 2004 Aveo. It will be the third vehicle based off of GM's Delta global architecture.
Dec 18, 2003 (7:36 pm)
to quote Motor Trend, "It looks a decade beyond the PT Cruiser, yet is appearing half a decade after the PT Cruiser."
Dec 19, 2003 (9:09 am)
It seems better than the PT, which is just a Neon wagon. Friends reanted a PT and it was cramped, and rode like a 67 Chevy pickup.
Dec 19, 2003 (6:19 pm)
the PT Cruiser is classified as a truck. Wonder if GM will try to classify the HHR as a truck.
Dec 19, 2003 (8:20 pm)
Hell since the Magnum is a "truck", why not? I bet this will be a truck.
Dec 20, 2003 (5:41 am)
bring up the CAFE numbers for the truck segment. (Bring that average from 18 MPG to 20 MPG)
Dec 20, 2003 (7:27 am)
I can't say that I am very excited about this vehicle. GM should try and do something a little different than the PT. I'm sure it will sell, but I really prefer the looks of the PT.
#18 of 1606 I prefer
Dec 21, 2003 (5:44 pm)
the looks of the Pacifica, the versatility of my Odyssey, the comfort of the Odyssey, the gizmos of the Sienna, all for $30-$33K loaded, with three rows of seats, a NAV system, power liftgate, heated seats and Automatic Climate Control.