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I'm really surprised this is the last year they will be making the HHR... when I bought ours it was the last one on the lot and the salesman said that he had a lot of people calling and wanting to buy one. All they had available at the time were the panels which is strictly a business car. Plus, I was lucky to find the color I wanted that I was pretty close to us. The other one was about 80 miles away. Very true about the other cars in its class. Most of the other cars in its class look HORRIBLE while the others look like everything else you see on the street.Report it
It is a shame they have done away with the HHR. It is unique. Really nice looking car. not a cookie cutter.Report it
Update, got the alignment fixed under warranty to fix the huge amount of pulling to one side. That improved it about 75% or so, but the car still pulls to the left somewhat. Still, for the price after rebate/negotiating, this car can't be beat. Final sticker was cheaper than a bare bones Honda Fit. I've now got nearly 16,000 miles on it and no additional issues besides the slight pulling to one side. Seems to be right up there with Honda quality - at least in the first year of ownership.Report it
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