2006 Chevy HHR prices




And they look good!
Here is the official word:

” Pricing for the 2006 Chevy HHRstarts at $15,990.
HHR will be offered in three different models. The MSRP for the LS will be $15,990. The MSRP for the HHR 1LT will be $16,990. Pricing for the 2LT will be $18,790. Pricing includes destination and freight charges.

Standard features on the LS and LT models include air conditioning, power windows, door locks and outside mirrors, six-speaker CD stereo with auxiliary input jack for iPods or other devices, and remote keyless entry. Additional features include a driver information center and driver and front passenger frontal air bags. Available options include remote start (standard with an automatic transmission), an upgraded audio system, sunroof with express open and close, and 16” and 17” wheel options. Head curtain side air bags for front- and rear-seat outboard passengers are also optional.

The 1LT model also includes a standard MP3 player, eight-way power seat including power lumbar, a satin exterior finish and cast aluminum wheels. Other available features include a bright chrome exterior trim and a bright exhaust tip, as well as ABS and traction control (traction control only available with automatic transmission).

HHR 2LT standard features include ABS, fog lamps, bright exhaust tip, leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter, a 260-watt Pioneer sound system with subwoofer, FE3 sport suspension and a bright chrome exterior trim. Seventeen-inch painted aluminum wheels are standard, with optional high polished forged aluminum 17” wheels. Two-level heated leather seats also are available on both LT packages”
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That all seems great. And if they have incentives (you can almost bet on that) that’s even better!
I actually sat in the HHR a little while ago. And I found the interior to be better than the PT Cruiser. But the PT IS a 5 years old..
The Chevy seems also roomier. And the 2.2 and 2.4 Liter engines are much smoother and quiter than the Chrysler engine. With a much better mileage too.

And it does come with that “iPod Plug” right by the radio. A major plus in my book!

Conversation 4 comments

  1. I dont think this car fits int he same boat as the p.t. cruiser and honda element. I think its going to have some light of its own and that it actually may appeal to young consumers.

  2. The interior looks very bland. I’m not sure if it’s because of the design or just the appearance of the materials, but it just seems to be lacking (and yes, I know: it’s a preporduction model and you can’t tell anything until you actually sit in one – but still, it’s fun to speculate!)

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