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  • “...better safety features than some of the competition.” — Cars.com
  • “If Chrysler can do it, why not Chevrolet?” — Cars.com
  • “...the cargo storage possibilities are excellent, although the total cargo area of 55.6 cubic feet is 8.4 less than in the PT Cruiser.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “The speed-sensitive power steering is tuned to match suspension performance. The HHR LT1 tested was pleasantly agile with short turning circles.” — Chicago Tribune
  • “The rearview mirror blocks a significant chunk of forward visibility out the smallish windshield.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “Onto the freeway, foot on the floor, and the HHR 2LT really scoots, which makes it a lot of fun.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “The added length and width make for a comfy cabin with ample stretch room.” — Chicago Tribune
  • “The interior wasn't as functional as we'd have liked...and the base cloth fabric left us wishing we'd ordered the optional leather.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “...the tested HHR 1LT took too long, especially in hilly and mountainous country, to exceed posted speed limits.” — Cars.com
  • “Not surprisingly, there isn't much legroom in the rear seat. Kids are always fine, as long as three of them can share one drink.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “Some folks think it looks too much like the Chrysler PT Cruiser and marks Chevy as a late-comer to that market segment. But there's enough difference, especially if you see them together, to mute that argument and show that HHR has its own aesthetic credibility.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “Loaded with most every option you can get, including satellite radio, leather upholstery and side air bags, the price was still a reasonable $22,650...” — Cars.com
  • “...the HHR is most stable on smooth roads. The body tends to lean a bit around corners, but maneuverability is good and handling is OK.” — MSN Autos
  • “In the automatic HHR 1LT, I averaged 27 miles per gallon in highway travel. The five-speed manual offers better mileage...” — Cars.com
  • “The name, HHR, stands for Heritage High Roof...Stupid name, nice car.” — Cars.com

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