2009 Chevrolet HHR Panel User Reviews
- $9,138 - $12,931
- Great Fuel economy, gets alot of lookers
Purchased As New
I bought my HHR Panel In August 08 to replace a 1992 S-10. My wifes car (an 07 Equinox) had to go to the body shop for some repairs, and she drove this because she DIDN'T like the Malibu rental car. To make a long story short, we traded the 07 Equinox for a conventional 09 HHR LS. Plenty of room in the back and great fuel economy. 65MPH = 35 MPG !!!!!...read morehide
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- Comfy, zippy, smooth ride and COOL!
- Don't really like the cup holders and window controls (mine is 2007, window controls are moved now)
I really love love love this car; it's probably the most fun and best riding car I have ever had. It's stylish and different than the run-of-the-mill and I don't see nearly as many as PT Cruiser (although I hear they are stopping production on the PT Cruiser!) I have plenty of room, no blind spots (mine isn't a panel) and the windshield is plenty big enough for me and I am 5'8". I was pleasantly surprised at the smooth ride and the roominess for a small-ish car. I'm in love with it and unless I start having issues, I would love to buy a new one when I get rid of this one. Oh, and heater absolutely rocks!...read morehide
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- Good fuel economy, tons of space for passengars
- To short of a windshield, location of power window buttons
Purchased As Used
I actually bought a HHR 2007 and it gets 24/25 mpg and it very nice. I have very few issues with the car, but the windshield is about inches to short for taller people to see stop lights. The location of the power window buttons in the front are in the middle console which I don't like, but other than that it's excellent. I've had the car 6 months and it's a very smooth ride. I like all of the settings that come standard (thank you remote starter) and power locks/windows. It's a wonderful family car and you can fit 4 big adults in there no problem. Tons of leg room for my 6'4" husband who is all leg. Great placement for cup holders and control buttons. By far a better version of the PT Cruiser, which is much smaller....read morehide
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- it rides so smooth
I just got my HHR LS Monday..Jan 12th..and have rode in it and driven it myself a total of 6 times .it is the sweetest and most comfortable automobile i think i've ever had and i've had some nice ones. I feel like a Queen when i'm in it.,it is so comfortable and the view is just perfect.not too much windshield but exactly enough. I'm looking forward to making some road trips soon....read morehide
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- great fuel economy,love the onstar , gets looks and questions wherever I go looks like the 57 panel
- no cons here love it love love it
great on gas, looks sharp, would buy another, looks like the 1957 panel van, no problem with the backing up because of the panels, no different than a no window van.all you have to do is put your auto side view mirror push the button to move the passengers side view mirror out and you can see just fine. everyone looks at it. I just love it would not have anything else....read morehide
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- Good fuel economy and gets lots of interest wherever I go.
- Limited visibility when backing out of parking spaces, but worth it
I love this car and I have three other Chevrolet cars, two trucks and a '06 'Vette. It gets attention and questions wherever I go. I especially like the economical mileage it gets and think more attention should be paid to this car. I have even put decals on it saying "Cruisin." It goes along with the red dice hanging from my rearview mirror as there are red dice on the decal also....read morehide
28 out of 60 people found this review helpful.Was this review helpful to you?
- Great looks; functional; lots of storage; good ride; great mileage
- poor placement of cup holders; no console storage; low rpm exhaust noise
I was intrigued by the looks of the panel and bought it on a whim as I was tired of paying $110 to fill up my 2005 Southern Comfort Avalanche. I parked my Avalanche in the garage and and have cut my fuel bill by 49%. The HHR is actually smoother on Oklahoma secondary roads and city streets than the Avalanche. Everything functions as advertised and I am very satisfied with the LS 2.2L with automatic tranny setup in my white Panel job. I have tinted the windows and installed a K&N filter. Avg mpg is 29.8 so I hope the K&N filter will kick it on up past 30 mpg avg. Of course, I could slow down on the interstate but the Panel cruises along so well it would be a shame to slow down. Next comes a set of nice wheels to add some sparkle....read morehide
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