2006 Chevrolet HHR Overview


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Average User Score

45 stars

Based on 26 reviews

Minimal Complaints... So Far It Is One Of The Best Cars I Have Owned by stephocox
 — I have had my 2006 Chevy HHR for a year & a half now & so far it has been one of the best cars I have owned. It gets good gas mileage & it is a great family car. I have not had many mechanical problem... Read More
Nice Car by Joel631
 — Call it a station wagon, call it a light truck, call it a cross-over SUV, but the HHR is a nice car. The build quality is good, only needing warranty repair once to replace a blown blower motor for t... Read More
I Really Love This Car And All It's Features. by HHRLady
 — I love what this car offers me.. it's comfortable, roomy it has nearly as much cargo space as my trailblazer , it handles great,, gets great gas mileage, it's easy to maintain.. and has had minimal is... Read More

2006 Chevrolet HHR Overview

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2006 Chevrolet HHR

The popular little HHR has acquired many admirers across a wide range of age and social circles. Its small but relatively powerful engines (2.2-liter Ecotec I4 rated at 143 horsepower, or a 2.4-liter Ecotec I4 rated at 178 horsepower) provide pep in a car with ample headroom and cargo space. The name actually stands for "Heritage High Roof," so it seems as though Chevy is not only aware but proud of the comfort it provides.

The 2006 edition was the first release of this model, yet it drew many of its features from the Cobalt, making for few first-year woes. The car's pricing starts at $15,990, but can quickly edge toward $20,000 with a stronger engine, integrated MP3 player, and a Pioneer sound system.


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Chevrolet HHR Questions


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2.2 Engine Dies When Idling And When Coming To A Stop?

when coming to a stop engine dies, not all the time but sometimes also the same when idling?

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I travel Raton Pass every three days and the pass can be horrible and need new tires before winter sets in

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