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Average User Score
4.1 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 29 reviews
2006 Chevrolet HHR Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 28 reviews
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
I Have A 2006 Hhr. Has Original Battery. Last Night As Driving My Locks W...
I am wondering if all this is related to an old battery. I am going to replace it no matter what. Has anyone had this happen?
06 Chevy Hhr Lt Blue Blinking Light
I purchased a used 2006 Chevy HHR LT a little over 6 months ago. There is a small blue light to the left of the cd player that is (almost) constantly blinking. It goes on and off but is on so often....
On Again Off Again Hard Shifting, Clicking Near Shifter And Power Steering ...
Most mornings when I crank it the check engine or power steering light stays on, the shifting is hard, clicking comes from around the shifter area and there's no power steering. park at work and at...