2009 Chevrolet HHR LT Start Up, Engine, and In Depth Tour
In this video I give a full in depth tour of a 2009 Chevrolet HHR. I take
viewers on a close look through the interior and exterior of this car while
showing details, over viewing of features, and noting unique styling cues
to the vehicle itself. I also show the engine and the details of it, start
it up and see how it sounds under acceleration. A thorough tour/review of
this car designed to give others a greater overall appreciation of the
How to Install Replace Headlight Chevy HHR 06-10 1AAuto.com
1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace the
broken, damaged, cracked, faded, cloudy, or chipped headlights. This video
is applicable to the 06, 07, 08, 09, and 10 Chevy HHR models. You do have
to remove the front bumper cover to replace the headlight assembly. This
may sound difficult but it is not if you know how to do it.
2006-2010 Chevrolet HHR Interior Door Handle Repair/Replacement
This video will demonstrate how to remove and replace an interior chrome
door handle on a Chevrolet HHR. We show and explain how to replace the door
handle only instead of replacing the entire door panel. Dorman Products has
released a very easy to use kit with everything needed for you to replace a
broken interior door handle. They sell a kit that repairs the driver front
or rear door and another kit to repair the passenger front or rear door.
Technical help is also available by calling 1-866-770-2771.
2008 Chevrolet HHR SS Review, Walkaround, Exhaust & Test Drive
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http://www.Facebook.com/2Redline Though the styling may not appeal to most
people, the HHR SS proves that a simple engine swap can turn a mediocre car
into a surprising one. Those of you looking for a true pocket rocket sport
compact should look elsewhere, but buyers who are attracted to the look of
this car, should be on the lookout for this special performance model.
Chevrolet HHR SS Skid Pad Testing at New Jersey Motorsports Park
With Bridgestone original equipment tires and Pedders eXtreme Xa Coilovers
the HHR SS delivers a .97 constant on the skid pad for Chris Brannon and
Stan Wilson. Stan Wilson ran a Cobalt SCCA T3 to Championship. Driving the
Pedderised HHR SS he is stunned at the handling capabilities of this family
grocery getter. Deb takes the kids to school in the HHR SS and Stan thinks
it would be 2 to three seconds faster on the track that his Cobalt race
car. His current race ride is a bit faster than both as Stan drives a factory
Mr. Lee S. Rottenberg's "MODIFIED" CHEVY HHR .. "Bruiser!" 12-20-2011
Re-introducing Lee's "custom" Chevy HHR that he personally modified
himself. This Chevy HHR was designed by the same engineer of the Chrysler
PTCruiser. The "HHR" was made to resemble the 1948 or 1949 Suburban.
I had just arrived at Pep-Boys (nope; nothing for my Stage-1 Buick 455
Regal there LOL) to pick up a Christmas present for my brother. My brother
recently bought his 1st vehicle (1998 Ford Explorer V6), so I decided to
buy him his 1st set of tools and a flashlight.
Anyway, I parked beside Lee's Chevy HHR noticing his a-pillar gauge set
first. Lee is a very cool guy, and he knows/loves Muscle Cars! Lee has a
Jeep (Laredo? Wrangler?) with a "built" Chevy 350 V8.
In closing, Lee mentioned "Bobby Gardner" of Hicksville, NY, who happens to
be a "BUICK455" Racer! I feel that "BRUNO-D" (The-King) may know of him.
It was a pleasure to have met Mr. Rottenberg and his "modified" HHR-Bruiser
... there should be more guys like Lee; as
Pros of my Scion 2011 xB over my Subaru WRX
So far I've put 50,000 miles on my Scion xB and I do not regret this
purchase at all (which shock those who are pro-Subaru, which is fine). The
2007 Subaru WRX didn't suit my driving needs, which is driving a total of
1.5 hours a day in traffic, car trips with two dogs, boyfriend, and
luggage, and the high cost of maintenance/insurance.
Of course, if you need the speed that comes with a turbo, then the xB is not for you.
Subaru WRX Cons:
-91 Octane Gas is expensive
-Car Insurance is expensive (Bare min. insurance for Subaru: $170/month,
bare min. insurance for Scion: $90/month)
-Symmetrical All Wheel Drive means you have to replace all wheels if one
goes out. (I had to do this twice while owning my car, so my $200 repair
was actually a $1200 repair)
-Fixing anything within the engine is expensive, because of the "turbo"
-Only the Subaru dealership could fix "check engine light" issues (unless
you can find a shop that has the "Subaru" tools to accurately diagnose
engine problem. I was unable to.)
-My commute involves lots of traffic, and it was difficult to drive my car
in 5 mph traffic.
-Spartan (bare) Interior
-CD player would only work for 2 hours straight. After that it'd get too
hot and start skipping.
-Random guys ask me if my driving my boyfriend's car, which is annoying.
Subaru WRX Pros:
-Great performance. 230 horsepower
-Handles well in severe rain
-Has high safety ratings
-Impresses "car" guys.
I began looking for a car that would be less expensive maintenance-wise
(which is why I didn't go with another Subaru) and have more cargo room.
Originally I was looking at hatchbacks and was close to getting the Honda
Fit, but, after a test drive, the 117 horsepower wasn't doing it
for me. And it still felt cramped.
The Scion xB had everything I wanted. This car is geared toward a younger
generation, so it's designed to be very safe, has a great stereo, and has
lots of room for modifications.
Scion xB Pros:
-This car is extremely safe:
-Mirror LED Turn Signals
-Because the Scion is very safe and not a sports sedan, insurance is very
cheap. (Bare Minimum Car Insurance-- Subaru: $170/month ; Scion xB:
-"Little, Big Car" Feel (deceptively spacious interior, yet not as big as a
-Cheap overall price ($17,000 for Scion, $27,000 for Subaru WRX)
-Awesome Pioneer stereo.
-Digital Speedometer Display
-Digital Readout displays the following: current mpg, average mpg, average
mph, how many miles until the gas tank is empty, and the time elapsed
during a trip
-USB and Auxiliary port
-Stereo Display shows the artist and song title when you play CDs, use MP3
player, or use XM.
-You can control the volume and change track/station through the steering
-Lots of room for storage (6 cup holders, center console, shelf over glove
-Lots of cargo space (with seats folded down-- Scion xB: 70 cubic feet,
Honda Fit: 57 cubic feet, Subaru: 11 cubic feet)
(Subaru w/o turbo: 173 hp, Honda Fit:
-Cheaper 87 octane gas
-30 mpg average (although this isn't as fuel economic as other hatchbacks,
but better than my Subaru)
-Drives well in traffic! I can cruise comfortably at 5 mph, whereas, in
the Subaru, I had to constantly flip into neutral, give it gas, neutral,
gas, which can be very Exhausting.
-After one year with my Scion, I actually have money in my savings account!
I save around $100 per month on gas/insurance compared to my Subaru.
Some specific Pros with my car:
-Silver color means my car never looks dirty!
-Getting XM installed ($400 more) is very worth it. Especially if you
drive more than an hour each day like me.
Scion xB Cons:
Plastic scratches easily
People hate the breadbox shape
Within 6 months of owning my car, I was mailed 8 long surveys to fill out
about my Scion. (I filled out 2 and trashed the rest).
I think the breadbox look could turn buyers away, but after sitting inside,
I can see why all cars should have that shape! it feels so roomy! This
car is a must have, especially for drivers with long commutes. So far
I've taken my car on plenty of long car trips (ranging from 3 hour drives
to 5 hours) and my boyfriend and I don't miss my cramped Subaru.
Plain White T's- Hate (I Really Don't Like You)
06 gt mustang vs. 08 chevy HHR (lol)
Trying out my new 4.10 gears for the first time. This is without a tune so
more hp. to come. Camera car was a 08 hhr trying it's best to keep up.
By the way the (vs.)of course is just a joke, I would not waste my gas. It
was just used for a i.e on Mustang acceleration.