2010 HHR Owner Reviews (3)
Great little wagon
imqb24 2010-11-22 20:05:43
I chose my red panel HHR after seeing the exact same model at the local auto show, I haven't been disappointed. Quiet smooth ride, great handling and with just two seats, a feeling of sportiness. I would recommend my panel to anyone, in fact, I do! So far my mileage has been about 25mps overall, but I only have 5700 miles on it, I think it will improve on highway once broke in.
48 year old professional mail - income 300K+ yr
compq922 2010-10-23 16:26:10
LT__Sport_Utility~********************,000~46-55~Austin~Texas~City~Spirited~Performance~Hauling Cargo~~Deville~I have driven full size cadillacs for almost 20years. Only the best - i say - if I can affort it. But in 2006 I needed a car to put 50,000 miles on in about 7months, so I bought a low cost American made car - a gas miser for cash, drove it 7 months and traded it even for a 70's model collectable caddy that I added to my car collection. So in 2010 I again needed a low cost car for a short term project, and paid cash for a 2010 HHR. I must tell you that the 2010 has many more creature comforts than the 2006 did, but still a pleasure to drive. I love it, it get great gas milage, has comfort, and blue tooth toys, onstar, and basically does the thinking for me. The last new caddy I drove off the lot was 5 times more expensive then cost of the 2010 HHR, but the HHR offers me about 70% of the ride, comfort, and pleasure of a quality made GM car that you get in a caddy.. For the money - if you want a quality car with all the onboard toys - and an angel in the sky called Onsatr go GM in 2010 and beyond. I retired in 2009 and will probally drive HHR's rather than caddy's going forward. I plan on manageing my money smarted in my retirement years - but will not give up quality and safty.~false
HHR Very Nice Vehicle
triumph1994 2010-04-27 21:37:21
The HHR is a great economical small SUV. Plenty big enough for mountain bike and snow boarding equipment. Big selling point was how superior the vehicle is compared to the Toyotas I have regularly driven. The HHR is very quiet unlike the Toyota Matrix and Ford Focus products. Specifically no wind noise, road noise and loud engine noise coming in from through the firewall (Toyota was just the worst here). In addition, there are "many" accessories which allow you to personalize the vehicle such as custom wheels, Trim work, etc. All I can say is GREAT vehicle - Thanks Chevrolet and GM.