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2010 Chevrolet HHR is no longer being sold as new.

2010 Chevrolet HHR

MPG

City 21 - 22 MPG Hwy 29 - 32 MPG

Safety Rating

  • Front Safety:
    Good
  • Side Safety:
    Acceptable
  • Rear Safety:
    Marginal

Vehicle safety data is provided by IIHS, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, an independent, nonprofit, scientific, and educational organization dedicated to reducing deaths and injuries on the nation's highways.

Consumer Reviews Write a Review

Overall Rating:
4.4 (out of 5)
Value 4.4
Exterior 4.6
Interior 4.1
Comfort 4.4
Performance 4.3
Reliability 4.4
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Love the look but not dependable.

by Mary M from Lewisburg Tn | November 03, 2019

In car has been in shop most of the time.One thing after another.Now I am having electric system problems.I Can't afford fixing problems with this car

*****
it is safe and cosy.

by Emily from Madison | March 02, 2019

This car met all my needs. especially, driving good on the ice road. It is also a good vehicle for journey because of the big space. I and my families love it.

*****
Great riding car plenty of power turbo engine.

by nkcsoft from New york, NY | July 27, 2018

The car has all the goodies, power ride, storage space. Great for all around use. Handles like a sports car can use as a crossover SUV.

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2010 Chevrolet HHR Overview

Although it looks like a small, smooth version of an American classic from the 1920’s, the 2010 Chevrolet HHR is a compact, versatile and affordable retro wagon.

The 2010 Chevrolet HHR sports a 155-horsepower (on gasoline), flex-fuel 2.2-liter four-cylinder mated to a five-speed manual transmission; the use of E85 bumps the rating to 161-horsepower. A 172-horsepower (176 on E85), 2.4-liter engine is optional, as well as a four-speed automatic. With these powertrain options, the HHR achieves 22 mpg city and 30-32 mpg highway on gasoline. The more expensive Toyota Venza cannot match this fuel economy, nor can the Dodge Caliber and Chrysler PT Cruiser; the Honda Element doesn’t even come close.

The HHR seats five, while the HHR Panel just seats two and has a wide open back section. Maximum cargo capacity is 63.1 cubic feet, which competes with or beats the best in this class. The LS model comes with cloth seats, a CD player, remote power door locks, power windows, cruise control, and electric power steering. A three month subscription to XM Satellite Radio and air conditioning are also included. The LT model adds a few options, such as Pioneer speakers and leather trim on the steering wheel and shift knob; voice directions are available by subscription.

A steel chassis and body structure provide solid safety surrounding the occupants. Front and second-row head airbags combine with the sturdy steel to deliver Five-Star front and side impact ratings in NHTSA testing. Four-wheel antilock brakes provide great stopping power, while traction and stability control systems keep the HHR from escaping the driver’s control during inclement weather and accident avoidance maneuvers.

It’s cute, it’s peppy, and it’s functional. The 2010 Chevrolet HHR is a stylish economy car with great fuel mileage and flexible utility/cargo room.