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2009 Chevrolet HHR Trims

LS

Avg. Price: $9,876

Chevrolet’s Heritage High Roof, or HHR, lineup starts out with the LS trim, which gets buyers an E85-friendly 2.2-liter, 155-hp inline four mated to a five-speed manual. This five-passenger, four-door, front-wheel-drive compact wagon shares much of its architecture with the Cobalt and comes with traction control and 16-inch wheels with wheel covers. Front bucket seats and a split-folding rear are covered in cloth upholstery. The front passenger seat folds flat, while the driver’s seat is height-adjustable and sits behind a tilt steering wheel. Air conditioning and cruise control are standard, as well as a cargo cover and floormats. Technology features include one year of OnStar, an AM/FM/CD/MP3 player with digital media connection and satellite radio and a theft-deterrent system. Power mirrors, windows, and locks are all standard, as well as remote keyless entry, variable-intermittent wipers, and a rear defogger. Safety features include dual front airbags, curtain side airbags, antilock brakes with anti-skid, a tire-pressure monitor, and daytime running lights.

LS Panel

Avg. Price: $9,897

The 2009 Chevrolet HHR LS Panel is geared toward delivery companies, and as such deletes the rear seats in this front-wheel-drive compact wagon. Its anemic 2.2-liter inline four comes mated to a five-speed manual with traction control and 16-inch wheels with covers. It’s E85-friendly and comes with front bucket seats covered in cloth. The driver’s seat is height-adjustable, and the passenger seat folds flat. A tilt steering wheel is standard, along with one year of OnStar, an AM/FM/CD/MP3 player with digital media connection and satellite radio, air conditioning, and cruise control. A center console and floormats are included, as well as power mirrors, windows, and locks, and remote keyless entry. Variable-intermittent wipers and a rear defogger keep your glass clean. Safety features include a theft-deterrent system, dual front airbags, curtain-side airbags, antilock brakes with anti-skid, a tire pressure monitor, and daytime running lights.

LT1

Avg. Price: $10,717

For added convenience, upgrade to the 2009 Chevrolet HHR LT1, with a four-speed automatic transmission now governing power delivery from its 2.2-liter inline four. This front-wheel-drive 4-door compact wagon is E85-friendly and comes with remote engine start, power mirrors, windows, and locks, as well as remote keyless entry and 16-inch alloy wheels. An 8-way power driver’s bucket sits beside a center console and fold-flat passenger seat. All seats, including the split-folding rear, come with cloth upholstery. A tilt steering wheel offers adjustability, a cargo cover offers privacy, and floormats offer protection. Air conditioning and cruise control team with variable-intermittent wipers and a rear defogger for convenience, and one year of OnStar is standard, as well as an AM/FM/CD/MP3 player with digital media connection and satellite radio. Safety features include traction control, dual front and curtain-side airbags, antilock brakes with anti-skid, a tire-pressure monitor and daytime running lights.

LT1 Panel

Avg. Price: $10,728

Just because you drive a panel van doesn’t mean you have to suffer. For starters, a four-speed automatic eliminates the need to shift with the 2009 Chevrolet HHR LT1 Panel's E85-friendly 2.2-liter inline four. The rear seats have been deleted in this front-wheel-drive 4-door compact wagon, but you still get 16-inch alloys, traction control, remote engine start and keyless entry, power mirrors, windows, and locks. A tilt steering wheel sits in front of the driver’s 8-way power bucket seat. The passenger seat folds flat, and along with the driver’s seat comes in cloth. A center console, floormats, air conditioning, cruise control, variable-intermittent wipers, and a rear defogger are all included. One year of OnStar is standard, as is an AM/FM/CD/MP3 player with digital media connection and satellite radio. Safety features include dual front and curtain-side airbags, antilock brakes with anti-skid, a tire pressure monitor, and daytime running lights.

LT2

Avg. Price: $11,854

A larger, E85-friendly 2.4-liter inline four powers the 2009 Chevrolet HHR LT2, with 172 hp, a four-speed automatic, and traction control. Chrome is king on this front-wheel-drive, 4-door compact wagon, with 17-inch chrome alloy wheels, grille, door handles, and roof rails. Foglights, running boards, and a sport suspension help the LT2 HHR stand out even more. A tilt, leather-wrapped steering wheel with radio controls sits in front of the 8-way power driver’s bucket seat. That seat, along with the fold-flat passenger and split-folding rear seat, is clad in cloth. Bluetooth and one year of OnStar are standard, as well as a Pioneer sound system and satellite radio. Power throughout means remote engine start and entry, as well as power windows, mirrors, locks, and an automatic day/night rearview with integrated compass. A center console, cargo cover and floormats are often-overlooked add-ons that come standard here. Air conditioning and cruise control are included, as well as variable-intermittent wipers and a rear defogger. Safety features include a tire pressure monitor, dual front and curtain-side airbags, antilock brakes with anti-skid, and daytime running lights.

LT2 Panel

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.

SS

Avg. Price: $14,708

For those who really want to live the hotrod fantasy, the 2009 Chevrolet HHR SS is the closest you’ll get at a dealership. With a turbocharged 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder, good for 260 hp when mated to the five-speed manual transmission, this front-wheel-drive, 4-door compact wagon is by far the fastest of the HHRs. 18-inch alloys hide four-wheel antilock brakes with anti-skid and connect to the chassis via a custom sport suspension. Foglights and a rear spoiler further set the SS apart from the rest of the HHR line. A leather-wrapped tilt steering wheel integrates radio controls for the AM/FM/CD/MP3 player with digital media connection and satellite radio. Further convenience features include remote engine start and entry, as well as power mirrors, windows, and locks. Air conditioning and cruise control are standard, as is one year of OnStar, Bluetooth, variable-intermittent wipers, and a rear defogger. The 8-way power driver’s bucket seat and fold-flat passenger seat come with cloth upholstery, as does the split-folding rear. A center console, automatic day/night rearview mirror with compass, cargo cover, and floormats are all included. Safety features include traction control, dual front and curtain-side airbags, a tire pressure monitor, and daytime running lights.

SS Panel

Avg. Price: $14,743

Because just getting there isn’t enough, the 2009 Chevrolet HHR SS comes in a Panel trim, for those who need to get there fast. This front-wheel-drive compact wagon deletes the rear seats for delivery companies that feel they need a turbocharged 2.0-liter engine to haul stuff. Truthfully, they might be right, as the other two available engines have performed with less than stellar results under load. With a five-speed manual, traction control, a custom sport suspension, and 18-inch alloys, delivery can be a lot of fun, and with foglights and a rear spoiler, you’ll look good, too. The AM/FM/CD/MP3 player has a digital media connection, satellite radio, and integrated controls on the leather-wrapped tilt steering wheel. The 8-way power driver’s bucket and fold-flat passenger seats come in cloth. Remote start and keyless entry are joined by power mirrors, windows, and locks, all standard. One year of OnStar is included, as is Bluetooth, air conditioning, cruise, variable-intermittent wipers, a rear defogger, a center console, an automatic day/night rearview with compass, and floormats. Safety features include four-wheel antilock disc brakes with anti-skid, dual front and curtain-side airbags, a tire pressure monitor, and daytime running lights.