2007 Chevrolet HHR User Reviews

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    2007 Chevrolet HHR LS Review
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    45

    Cheap And Inexpensive! — Heavy, no real 'feel', buzzy motor, not refined. Cheap feeling. Clunky front end components. interior is ok at best. Very plasticky. Cheap. Lots of room though. Cheap on gas, insurance is average. Overall, I am impressed with it, but Chev needs to spend more on materials and quality to even get close to the competition. Toyota, volkswagen, honda etc..

    Pros: space, practicality

    Cons: build quality, materials

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    2007 Chevrolet HHR LT2 Review
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    175

    A Fun And Funky Compact. — With high gas prices remaining a sure thing for a while, I wanted to see if the HHR was a possible answer to my call for help. My call for a more fuel efficient car from an American company with plenty of room for friends and cargo. Even though the test drive was short, it was long enough to get a good feel for the car. Honestly, the car surprised me. Acceleration, while not like a V6, was really good with plenty of giddy-up. Turning was okay with not too much lean and I think it could handle being a little sporty. Blind spots might take some getting used to with the design of the windows as you work your way back, but the large side mirrors help you out quite a bit. Not a squeak or a rattle came out of the car which impressed me. The only other negative things I noted were the automatic having only 4 speeds instead of 5 (also can't have a automanual or manumatic...yet), getting used to the window controls being placed on the center stack and the occasional numbness from the steering. Other than that, I can recommend this to everyone else if they want an economical compact with plenty of room for friends and stuff with features that won't break the bank. Chevy has a hit on its hands with the HHR and I'm definitely considering this for myself in the future.

    Pros: 2.4L engine = plenty of pep and great fuel economy, monsoon system sounds great, auxiliary port for MP3 player, seats five comfortably, plenty of cargo room, fairly sporty ride

    Cons: power steering feels a little numb at times (but not too frequently), not used to window switches being placed on the center stack, automatic still has only 4 gears in a 5 gear world

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    2007 Chevrolet HHR LT2 Review
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    25

    Gotta Love The 20+ Mpg City — Talk about fun to drive, and it's roomy to boot! I was skeptical about the HHR until my husband convinced me to drive one. The rest is history!!

    Pros: 20 mpg city, 32 mpg highway, and with the back seat folded down, it can haul lots of stuff!

    Cons: The only thing I'd change is the color - this one is black.  It looks nice with all the chrome, but it gets hot!

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    2007 Chevrolet HHR LS Review
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    55

    I Wanted It Since The Day I Saw It!! — I think it's great! And it's a Chevy so it's even better. The package came with some nice features: sunroof, chrome accents, and power everything. It will be perfect when kids start coming into the picture. The interior is cloth (cause leather sticks to the butt). The only thing is that my hubby doesn't like the way it turns left, but then again he takes the turns a little fast, hehe.

    Pros: It's roomy and I got it in one of the better colors.

    Cons: I got it used so I don't know how the previous driver treated it.

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    2007 Chevrolet HHR LT2 Review
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    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.

    Pros: None

    Cons: Squishy suspension, no power, ugly, poorly designed

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    2007 Chevrolet HHR Review
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    25

    100 Points For Safety!!!! — The handling and overall performance is awesome. Visability isn't that great. But the milage is awesome, and it is fun to drive. I love its exterior styling.

    Pros: Takes abuse well

    Cons: I think it's cursed!!!

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    Reviews From Other Years

    2011 Chevrolet HHR Reviews

    This Car Is Good Comfortable Transportation By ArethaFlowers

    I liked this car when I first got it. It handles nice. It hauls all the groceries. It is great for running around in. My family has grown and we need a bigger car. It has been well maintained. It is a... Read More

    Sporty Fun Suv Crossover By dttyler

    Nice mid size Chevrolet crossover, loaded with features and room. Can be a sporty fun vehicle for the younger crowd, a cargo vehicle for the working person, or a nice family vehicle. Great gas milea... Read More

    2010 Chevrolet HHR Reviews

    Affordable, Fast, And Functional. One Of The Best Cars I've Owned By videojay

    I switched from a Jeep Grand Cherokee to a Chevy HHR. I was sick of spending as much as I did on gas, but still needed to cart around film gear for the occasional gig, so this seemed to be the obvious... Read More

    Great First Car By Mar

    great first car got it when i was in high school . good on gas and cheap on gas lol. ride smooth good car all around never had any problem just out grew it for the most part i love this car when i wa... Read More

    2009 Chevrolet HHR Reviews

    Good Car By enigmaxs

    Nothing too positive or too negative. Throw back design. Family Friendly. Averages 28 mpg. easy to maintain. Reliable. Peppy. Don't have to worry too much about being carjacked. With the back seats fo... Read More

    Love This Little Car. By cruisinthemidwest

    This car is amazing for people who need cargo space and great gas mileage. The back seats go down and create so much room for everything. It's also really comfortable for being a smaller vehicle. I've... Read More

    2008 Chevrolet HHR Reviews

    Fun Car To Have! By DrRon17

    Combines fun and practicality. It has storage space, power, and good highway fuel economy. The SS models look fierce, or as my uncle who sold me the car would say, "ornery" haha. I bought mine with... Read More

    Very Dependable, Good Performing Car. By RLRHHR

    This HHR SS has been great for me and the family. Good performance, good fuel economy, and very versatile for carrying large items, luggage, and groceries. I did not like the ESC system. On windy d... Read More

    2006 Chevrolet HHR Reviews

    Stylish And Economical By PhysicsTeacher

    A few little design things I would have done differently but mechanically this is a great car - my wife drove it for seven years and we did ZERO repairs other than routine maintenance and a fuse that ... Read More

    Great Non-suv By mdmiles

    This car has been a real trooper over the years. We've consistently gotten 29-32 mpg on road trips, even with 4 adults and luggage in the car. It has lots of room, particularly for adults in the bac... Read More

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