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    Default Any one own a Chevy HHR ?

    I'm thinking about selling my Dodge Ram 4x4, and buying a 2011 Chevy HHR 4x4 I was wondering if anyone owns one, and if you do how do you like it, and have you had any problems with it, if so what kind of problems?

    Here's a couple of photos:

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    Default Re: Any one own a Chevy HHR ?

    Not me, but got my curiosity up. Is this one available in a 4x4 package? Not seeing it on the site. This looks pretty low and tight on stock 16" wheels, so... suspension upgradeable?

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    Default Re: Any one own a Chevy HHR ?

    My wife was in a car accident a couple of weeks ago and it totaled our Subaru. Fortunately, she wasn't seriously injured. We got an HHR as a rental until we replace her car. Although it is a rental, the vehicle is in good condition and only has 30K miles on it.

    However, it is NOT a good vehicle. We both hate it. The interior is cheap plastic and has a terrible layout. For example, the e-brake handle is so close to the cup holder that you can't release the e-brake without pinching your fingers if a cup is in the holder. There isn't much storage space in the back either. Also, the car drives terrible. Feels like you are driving in 2 feet of water. The steering is not responsive at all, and is way too mushy and forgiving. The vehicle has terrible acceleration. And last, but not least, the stupid thing is really hard to see out of. Lots of blind spots and difficult to see stop lights at an intersection without leaning forward because the roof is low. I would not recommend the vehicle to anyone and can't wait until we get rid of our rental.

    As much as I want to buy American and support American companies, the bottom line is that Asian cars are better built all the way around. I have been a Chevy guy all my life, and have built several muscle cars ("79 Trans Am, '71 Le Mans, '77 Camaro), but I will be buying another Subaru. The car was fantastic all the way around and really protected my wife in a very bad accident. Here are some pics of the car after it was rearended while she was sitting at a road construction flagger. The Ford Explorer that hit her was going about 45 MPH and pushed her into another SUV in front of her. She walked away with bumps and bruises. I think the car saved her from far more serious injury. That is reason enough to buy another one, but on top of that it ran great (and still runs after the accident) and can go in any weather because it is four wheel drive.




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    Default Re: Any one own a Chevy HHR ?

    Look at a Honda Element. They come in a all wheel drive model and they're a great little utility vehicle. I'm probably gonna put my '06 four door Tacoma 4X4 up for sale and get an Element soon. They get better gas mileage than the Tacoma, and with the all wheel drive package, they're good for driving our Virginia crappy winter roads. (snow and ice all of the time, almost as bad as Pennsylvania is)
    I had one for 2 weeks last winter when one of the kids borrowed my 4X4 and left me with an Element to drive. I liked that little car, and the back end opens up into the size of a small cavern.

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    Default Re: Any one own a Chevy HHR ?

    Sam, I am relieved to hear your wife was okay. You should buy her some flowers just the same.

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    Default Re: Any one own a Chevy HHR ?

    My niece has an HHR and she says that hers eats through front brakes and rotors. She's had engine sensor problems with it too.
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    Default Re: Any one own a Chevy HHR ?

    The Element looks pretty cool. Plus, it's a Honda so I know it's built well and will hold its value. I will look into one to replace my wife's car. Stan, whatever you do, don't buy an HHR. You will be sorry.

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    Default Re: Any one own a Chevy HHR ?

    Great suggestion for the Element over the HHR Neil.

    I'm pretty sure there is no 4x4 available on the HHR. They do have what they call Traction Control and works ok, but not 4x4.

    In addition,Edmunds does not show very good info in regards to the HHR either.

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    Default Re: Any one own a Chevy HHR ?

    Both on the cars in the photos say 4x4, the gray one has 19,000 miles on it for $12500 the red one has 12000 miles for $14689. I didn't want to take 4 hour round trip for nothing just to find out they suck lol
    Glad to see your wife didn't get hurt.

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    Kelly Blue books for the 2011 HHR

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    Default Re: Any one own a Chevy HHR ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Kelly Blue books for the 2011 HHR

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    Default Re: Any one own a Chevy HHR ?

    I kinda like this one, but it's a 2005 Ram

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    Default Re: Any one own a Chevy HHR ?

    So I kinda have the same experience I have never owned one, but rented one for a week. I did not like it at all. The biggest problem I had was actually there are way to many blind spots, I felt like was going to crash anytime.

    I have the same thoughts on the Subaru as well, I love buying American. I have had four Harley's, love 'em wouldn't own another bike.

    But my Subaru has been golden, first one lasted 12 years with no problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    I kinda like this one, but it's a 2005 Ram

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    What are the rest of the details? Dodge Ram 1500 regular cab. Daytona package? Manual? Looks pretty good, but the other info is more vital.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve View Post
    Great suggestion for the Element over the HHR Neil.

    I'm pretty sure there is no 4x4 available on the HHR. They do have what they call Traction Control and works ok, but not 4x4.

    In addition,Edmunds does not show very good info in regards to the HHR either.
    Lots of cars have traction control and that helps a little in inclement weather. My wife's Sonata has it and I have a heck of a time getting her to take the 4X4 when the mountain she goes over every day is frozen. She swears by that traction control on her car. But I insist every now and then when it's especially crappy up there,...and usually she's glad to have the truck then. Those are the times that she ends up picking up her fellow teachers that are stranded on the mountain and drives them into work.

    I drove my kid's Element through 8" of snow and slippery roads and it didn't slide around and was quite stable. There are no blind spots to bother with. It had acceptable power, but nothing like my Tacoma's larger engine with it's tweaks.
    When she dropped it off, it needed tires. And that's why she took my Tacoma to go south to Florida and back. But my grandkids ride with her in that Element, so I put a set of BF-Goodrich Commercial Traction TA's on it and had a four wheel brake job done on it while she was gone. The next day we got snow here. I've been threatening to buy an Element ever since.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    I kinda like this one, but it's a 2005 Ram

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    That thing looks like it's doing 80MPH just sitting there! It's bitchin'

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