The Chevrolet HHR was General Motors’ attempt to replicate the success of the retro-styled Chrysler PT Cruiser, but the HHR never came close to the popularity of that model, which was already past its peak by the time the HHR came to market. Besides the Malibu, Volt and the sports cars Corvette and Camaro, the HHR is one of the few American models Chevrolet offered in Europe to supplement its line-up of South-Korean models. Here you will find monthly and yearly Canadian, European and U.S. sales figures for the Chevrolet HHR.
Chevrolet HHR U.S Sales Data & Charts
The Chevrolet HHR was a compact crossover SUV that was produced by Chevrolet from 2005 to 2011. It was available in three trim levels: LS, LT, and SS. The HHR was powered by a 2.2L four-cylinder engine that produced 148 horsepower and 154 lb-ft of torque. It was available with a five-speed manual transmission or a four-speed automatic transmission. The HHR got an EPA-estimated 20 mpg in the city and 29 mpg on the highway.
The HHR had a unique retro design that was inspired by the Chevrolet El Camino. It also had a spacious interior and a comfortable ride. The HHR was praised for its unique design, its spacious interior, and its comfortable ride. It was also criticized for its lack of power and its poor fuel economy. Overall, the Chevrolet HHR was a good compact crossover SUV that was unique and stylish. However, it was not the most fun or powerful car on the market. The Chevrolet HHR was discontinued in 2011 due to slow sales. It was replaced by the Chevrolet Trax.