HHR stands for Heritage High Roof, and GM says the compact wagon's styling is a tribute to the '49 Suburban. Under the hood of the front-drive Chevy HHR you'll find a 143-hp 2.2-liter Ecotec 4 cylinder engine, that produces 150 ft lbs of torque. The ride is quiet and comfortable as the front strut/rear torsion beam suspension competently filters out bumps and ruts. Inside, driver and passengers sit tall and visibility is excellent in all directions. For larger jobs, the plastic-backed rear seats fold completely flat which gets you 63 cubic feet of cargo room. ** For Sale at our Tyee Chevrolet Buick GMC store located in Campbell River, BC. Please contact us for finance/purchase options and further details. Trade-ins welcome. Serving Vancouver Island and the North Island, Campbell River, Port McNeil, Sayward and Gold River. Also ask about our travel assistance for out of town buyers!
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