The Chevrolet HHR was introduced as a 2006 model, and many saw it as a direct competitor to the popular PT Cruiser.
(Chrysler has sold well over 1 million PTs since 2001.) The HHR is marginally larger than the PT Cruiser, and it tends to be a better driver because its chassis and powertrain technology is a generation newer than the Chrysler.
With the introduction of the high-performance HHR SS, the PT Cruiser has no direct competitor for this model.
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