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#2 of 10 Car and Driver Article
Mar 05, 2006 (4:09 am)
Anybody see the Car and Driver article where they pitted a $26,000 fully loaded 230HP PT against a $19,000 1LT HHR...the HHR had the 16s and no sport suspension ...yet it matched the $27K PT Turbo in the lateral acceleration #s...shame they didn't pick a 2LT with the 17s and sport suspension in the comparo.
#3 of 10 Re: Car and Driver Article [smogdung]
Mar 05, 2006 (5:33 am)
Isn't the HHR based on the Cobalt suspension? The PT is based on the Neon suspension. That's nothing to brag about
#4 of 10 Re: Car and Driver Article [frankact]
Mar 05, 2006 (7:33 am)
The HHR is based on the Cobalt/Ion suspension which is a rather good suspension that is tight and rides very well. The Neon according to the write ups has a descent suspension but not quite as good as the Cobalt's.
#6 of 10 HHR rear end problems
Nov 26, 2007 (7:09 pm)
I purchase a HHR 07 and when I put on brakes, I hear a clunk sounds as if a can is rolling around. I took it back to the dealership and they said the rear plate was loose. I still hear the noise and i took it to two other dealership and they said it fuel sloshing in the tank. Does anyone else hear this sound when they put on brakes.
#7 of 10 Re: HHR rear end problems [bgmtkt]
Feb 28, 2009 (8:11 pm)
Our 2008 sound lke that it was coming from the front. The dealer ended up changing to a reengineered suspension link. After numerous trips to the dealer they were able to sopt the noise.
#8 of 10 Re: HHR rear end problems [dkrobson]
Apr 08, 2009 (8:13 pm)
Not a peep out of mine, but I have the FE5 suspension package.
#9 of 10 Suspension pop
Nov 16, 2009 (2:57 pm)
My 07 HHR LS makes a horrible pop from the front suspension, but only on really cold mornings and only on the 2 mile dirt driveway I have to traverse every morning. My dealer, and all suspension places are 50 miles away, where it is warm and smooth, so no one can recreate the sound. I assume it is a rubber or urethane piece that shrinks in the cold, and returns to normal whenever anyone looks at it. Anyone else have a similar problem??
#10 of 10 Re: Suspension pop [proswani]
Dec 13, 2009 (8:25 pm)
Have them to check stabilizer bushing or stabilizer.