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For a dated design, the 2011 Chevrolet HHR is still remarkably up-to-date with respect to its feature set.
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Makes sense as a kicky little van or for use as a tradesman workhorse if you keep the options and the price down
Motor Trend

we don't find OnStar as convenient as onboard systems

climate and radio controls are easy to reach
Consumer Guide

panel-truck model, which has no rear windows or seats

The 2011 Chevrolet HHR comes with a pretty strong set of standard features. Even if you go with the base HHR LS, you get air conditioning, an AM/FM/MP3/CD sound system with auxiliary input jack and satellite radio, power windows/locks/mirrors, remote keyless entry, cruise control, 16-inch wheel covers, a trip computer, and OnStar.

HHR 1LT models add a power driver's seat, large painted silver 16-inch wheels, and bright trim, while 2LT models get fog lamps, leather steering wheel and shifter trim, and a 260-watt Pioneer sound system upgrade with subwoofer. Major options include a sunroof and heated leather seats.

A MY Link option package brings the HHR up with the times with a Bluetooth interface, OnStar Directions and Connections, and a USB port, and for 2011 the package now includes a one-year subscription plus XM Satellite Radio.


For a dated design, the 2011 Chevrolet HHR is still remarkably up-to-date with respect to its feature set.

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