Last post on Dec 24, 2009 at 7:22 AM
You are in the Chevrolet HHR
What is this discussion about?
Chevrolet HHR, Wagon
#6 of 14 Re: Just Wondering, but why [natalierae]
Feb 22, 2008 (3:41 am)
I live in Florida and mine is titled as a Truck.
Feb 22, 2008 (9:20 am)
Now I would have figured it to be a Wagon, after all it IS listed in the WAGONS section of Carspace forums. LOL
My Nitro is listed as a Wagon and it's clearly a SUV/Truck...
#8 of 14 Re: Just Wondering, but why [natalierae]
Feb 22, 2008 (9:10 pm)
The estimated city mileage per gallon is 20 or more, and passengers don't have to climb upwards into the vehicle, so that puts the HHR into car-based wagon territory for me.
#9 of 14 Still don't know...
Jan 17, 2009 (7:09 pm)
I have Allstate and they claim my 2LT is a truck. I did mention to my agent it is, for all intensive purposes, a Cobalt.
#10 of 14 a wagon
Jan 22, 2009 (6:35 am)
seems pretty straightforward...
#11 of 14 Re: a wagon [uga91]
Jun 17, 2009 (5:35 pm)
SUV according to the EPA
#12 of 14 I own a truck.
Jul 13, 2009 (2:55 pm)
Considering I also have my 99 V6 S10 on my insurance, I think there is a difference. Still confused almost 2 years later--but also still LOVE my HHR.
#13 of 14 Re: Just because...LOL [pf_flyer]
Dec 23, 2009 (11:00 pm)
It's a POS, silly man.
#14 of 14 Re: Just because...LOL [madatgm]
Dec 24, 2009 (7:22 am)
It's hard to tell...
The way I see it, it's a "car" (Cobalt"s platform/engine) disguised as a Truck, SUV or Wagon but....
When we take a close look at it...from underneath it's a car, from the exterior it's a truck, from the interior it's a wagon.
The HHR model was based on the looks of the 1949 Chevrolet Suburban and that Suburban was definetly a "truck" but with a real truck platform, the HHR was designed by it's looks only.
I owned many SUV's in the past and I never saw the HHR as an SUV.
So...it's a Car-uck (LS) a C-ruck (LT) and a Tr-ar (SS)