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Overview of 2009 Chevrolet HHR LT2 Panel By Michael Perkins
For those who want to deliver in style, the 2009 Chevrolet HHR LT2 Panel trim offers plenty of luxury features and a more-powerful 2.4-liter, E85-friendly engine. It comes standard with a four-speed automatic, traction control, and chrome. Lots of chrome. 17-inch chrome alloy wheels are joined by a chrome grille, door handles, and roof rails. Foglights, running boards, and a sport suspension mean they’ll definitely see you coming, if the sun bouncing off all that chrome doesn’t give you away. You’ll also get an 8-way power driver’s bucket seat and a fold-flat passenger seat, both covered in cloth. Leather wraps the tilt steering wheel, which integrates radio controls for the Pioneer sound system. One year of OnStar is standard, as well as Bluetooth, not to mention air conditioning, cruise, variable-intermittent wipers, a rear defogger and power everything - including remote engine start and keyless entry, mirrors, windows and door locks. A center console and floormats, along with an automatic day/night rearview with compass, complete the convenience features. A tire-pressure monitor, dual front and curtain-side airbags, antilock brakes with anti-skid, and daytime running lights are all included.
This overview covers the LT2 Panel trim only.
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