hhr chevy any good
There are better choices out there, but some people like them.
They seem to lose value quickly.
I so far have not seen my HHR ls Panel drop in value much, however I do take very good care of my ride and it is not just another HHR Panel
Well the HHR was losing steam back when GM pulled its plug, they just don't hold their resale value very well (see: http://www.cheatsheet.com/automobiles/gm-recalls-6-vehicles-that-have-lost-the-most-value.html/?a=viewall) But at least they're not on the top 10 list of care that depreciate the most.
I love my HHR. It's. An Awesome little & mime has been trouble free car for 133k miles until a Chevy Dealer did my recalls for an ignition. Switch & it has never run since !!!! But they know. nothing about it....I had to replace the battery just to leave their lot. Then the AC quit working ....WOW no water but they had just serviced it ....oh & no 2 its low in oil. But it was just serviced...now I have had to replace the (180) thermostat. But still not running right ....heat works but no AC & the engine is running g 223 on top but bottom radiator hose is cold .....water pump maybe or sensor what do you think ...it's. My birthday and I was supposed to be going to the beach not working on my Little Buddy.....pleased help me !!!!
if your hoses are cold and the temp gauge says hot, is the engine hot? Yes to both of these questions either water pump not working of thermostat not opening. I would find another dealer as that one should not be in business. I am lucky enough to know the owners of Capitol Auto groups here in Salem, OR and they take very good care of my HHR.
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