2007 Chevrolet HHR consumer reviews

$16,005 starting MSRP
side view of 2007 HHR Chevrolet
86% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.3
  • Interior design 3.9
  • Performance 4.1
  • Value for the money 4.2
  • Exterior styling 4.4
  • Reliability 4.2
Explore the 2007 Chevrolet HHR

My Dream Car!

I would have picked this car out of the whole car lot, even over the new cars. The appearance is exactly what I wanted. It's important that I can fit dog crates and other supplies for events in the back, and there is as much room as an SUV. The pick-up and gas mileage are okay, though could be better, but it handles well and is comfortable. I've only had it a short time so I can't speak for reliability, but so far I love this car!


Worst chevy I ever own

Bought new in 2007 good gas mileage decent ride but the worst car I have ever own for a front wheel drive.Very bad in snow would have to drive slow in the snow.Also hard to pull a hill in the snow.Put new tires on rated better for the snow but not much better.Traded the HHR for something better in snow.I was a chevy person but not no more.


Love my HHR

I needed a car that is easier to get into than my Saturn was. This is easy to get in and out of and a easy car to drive. I love it.


cool and nice ,chevy style !!!!!!!!!

very nice all around and great mpg would buy again. chevy hit the mark again ! very roomie and cool gages


Very functional

A couple months with this HHR, and it has been everything I hoped for so far. Extremely reliable, fuel efficient, and capable of hauling my small family and I around easily. In my opinion, Chevy did a fantastic job of providing for all of the needs of the functional consumer in a very consumer friendly price-range.


Nice vehicle for the value

I had the 2007 chevy HHR for almost a year, had a very comfortable ride, handled well, good pickup with the 2.4 liter engine with automatic transmission. Good gas mileage, overall, it was pleasant to own, operate. Decided to return to owning a truck.


southern car only

this car does have lots of room, excellent stereo, comfy seats. Problems with this car: humph, lets get started.... one it does not have A.W.D. what car does not have this now days? !! two it does ride low, comes with high performance rims, making tires more expensive. and the body... warning do not ever EVER lean on car, press on hood, or god forbid you use your hip to shut a door. why? because you will dent the car's body. I know I now have 3 dents in my car! the metal is so flimsy you can bounce it with your finger! 2006-2008 all have re-calls on missing head rail airbags (you can still get them fixed.) wire short some where in the system? power steering is popping on and off. you never know how long it will work from 30 seconds to 10 min. discovered there is a recall in canada only for this? and the rims.... you have to have a sealer applied every time you change out your tires! or you will be fighting low tire pressure const. it does start up no matter how cold. great heater/defrost,


Excellent vehicle, very roomy

Have enjoyed the '07 HHR very much and have had nummerous comments from others as to the exterior styling then with the full compliment of equipment on interior, ie, leather seats with heater, tinted windows all around, louvers on windows, 5-passenger comfortable seating, excellent A/C, and the 2.4 liter engine delivering over 23 mpgs is great. Would recommend it to anyone.


HHR 2007/2008

I bought my HHR SL 2.2 L in may 2008. I'm still satisfied with it. A lot of space, engine is powerful enough, nice handling. Hope that in future GM will create 4X4 model because we usually have very sever winters.


A faithful companion

Purchased to replace a slowly failing Chevy Van this little truck-let has proved a faithful companion. Highway mileage averages out to 34 with around town mileage coming in at 28. So far only routine service has been required, just the usual oil changes and tire rotations. The remote start has proved invaluable in the hot Carolina summer, just poke a button and cool down the truck. Performance is above average and the 2.2 liter engine is willing to rev its mind out when needed. I thought I'd miss the room of a full size van, but I haven't been able to over stuff the HHR yet. The only little niggle that took getting used to were the window switches on the console, maybe the designer had an old Saab. Over all I'd buy another one, and I am doing just that...sorry but this one isn't for sale.