2007 Chevrolet HHR Review Ratings
2007 Chevrolet HHR Review
Takes abuse well
I think it's cursed!!!
2007 Chevrolet HHR Review
size, acceleration speed, storage capacity, shocks, gas milage.
"low gas level" alert sound and timing.
I Love My Car. — I like how big it is. I tend to do a lot of traveling in my HHR, so I also like how gas efficient it is. The interior is a little dull, but then I've found that most cars' are. I know they have been some complaints about it's blind spots, but given the last few cars that i've driven, the HHRs aren't that bad. The Chevy Colbalts' is much worse and a pain to back up in. I think the only actual complaint that i have is the alert it makes when you hit the lee than 40 miles of gas mark. I think this would make more sense at like 20 or 15 miles of gas mark, not the 40 miles of gas mark.
2007 Chevrolet HHR 2LT Review
Squishy suspension, no power, ugly, poorly designed
Worst Car Of The Year 2007 — I had this as a rental car while driving down the PCH in California. What a mistake. First the performance. There was none. While negotiating the turns of Big Sur, it was apparent that this car has the bare minimum to make it a car. The steering had a large dead band and was generally unresponsive. There was a good bit of body roll and the ride was noisy. While on the freeway, it was difficult to get to freeway speed as this car is seriously under equipped in the horsepower department. The braking was inconsistent and not very confident. This is by far the worst car I have ridden in or been a passenger in for a long time. While this car was fairly new and still in good shape, the overall design of the car was very poor. The interior was monochromatic and boring. One of the worst aspects was the severe curve on the bottom side of the doors. The back corner of the front doors sticks out like a large sickle and it caught my leg several times when exiting the vehicle. The only good parts about the car were the captain seats in the front. The stereo system left much to be desired. While some of the modified HHRs do not look too bad, the exterior appearance of the base model is very unappealing and bland. No wonder the Detroit auto manufacturers are having a hard time when they are putting out drivel such as this car. The sooner they go into bankruptcy, the sooner American car manufacturing can be saved.
Reviews From Other Years
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Hhr Is The One
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Call Him Harvey!
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Great Little Car With Lots Of Bells And Whistles For The Money.
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Best Used Car Value For Vehicle Class
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One Of The Best
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Great Economical Car For Someone Who Needs The Room Of A Suv.
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Great Hobby Car But Would Not Want It As Only Fulltime Vehicle.
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