2007 Chevrolet HHR Expert Review
Spacious reliable 2007 Chevrolet hhr.
I really like my hhr. I have bought it when it had 70, 000 miles on it and I had no problems until I reached 140, 000 miles. I had to get the breaks completely redone after that but haven't had any other problems. My only complaint is that I can not change the headlights on my own. Because of the model of the car, the whole front of the car has to be taken apart to put the headlights in. The interior is very spacious and comfortable. It has a very large trunk with extra storage space under the floor. The tank holds 15 gallons which means I can go farther between filling up then when I did with my Saturn and it has good gas mileage.
Funky family car: my Chevy HHR is a bright orange color with a unique style.
I received my car through my mother who the prior owner. I love the car because of the unique style of the vehicle, and how it is able to endure the rough, bumpy streets of Philadelphia. The car is decent on gas. I have had the vehicle in my possession going on a year now, and only had to get major repairs done once on the rotors and brakes. I also had to get the oil changed twice. The car has an manual transmission which I like, but may need to be repaired soon. Also the standard radio that came in the car has not held up very well. Overall I am pleased with my 2007 Chevy HHR, it's a dependable car with a unique look.
Chevy HHR good commute vehicle hands down.
Chevy HHR is one of the most reliable cars out there. Does very good on gas, low maintenance. Vehicle performance is unbelievable to be a four cylinder. I give the Chevy HHR 5 stars hands down. The only real downside about the car is the doors. What I mean by that is you need to keep them well maintained or the door will not open for you. My passenger door handle broke on the inside so the door will not open. The replacement part is only $5 at junk yard, so the price to fix it is little to nothing. That my only bad experience with this vehicle and some suspension issues but it still was little to nothing to fix.