A blast in an HHR? Sir, your standards for fun are VERY low.
Last edited by Driver Tom; 09-17-2006 at 01:31 PM.
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The HHR is one of my favorite Cars ever.
Congrats man and Good luck with your kid(s)and your [email protected]
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Very stylish car good choice , enjoy .
Please post pics and detailed info when you have a moment.
I've driven HHRs and belive it or not, they are fun little cars to drive, especially with the 170 HP Ecotec motor.Originally Posted by Driver Tom
PS - CONGRATS on the new purchase!
Congratulations on your new car !
I rented the HHR for a week the last time I was in Los Angeles. It's a nice car to drive and it's quite spacious.
Now, post some pics (that's an order)
What trim level?
"Baby"?Originally Posted by mbukukanyau
That car must really be some fun. Even the infants like it.
And you do know pics are in order right?
As F14 once said, "ehh, just keep it to the floor. You'll be ok."
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Wagons are good baby cars because of the stroller and bags and such.
Sliding doors are a godsend when you have to load and unload a baby.
Not to be a grumpy gus, but I'm glad it's you and not me. Don't think I could live with an HHR, too light steering and an astonishingly cheap feeling interior turned me way off last time I drove one. I also couldn't adjust the seat with the door closed and my watch on. While I could take off my watch, it should be noted that I can adjust the seat in every other car I've ever driven with the door closed, and my watch isn't that big.
It'd probably be good for hauling babies though, what with the big cargo area and stuff, and it's got some clever details in there if you can get over the sloppy feel. That driver information center is very entertaining at traffic lights, for instance, and say what you will about the corperate radio, it's fun to get hopelessly lost in menus and fiddle with random settings until it doesn't actually work anymore (note that I did this while waiting for the salesman to grab a plate, and then we went in a different car, so it may not have been totally ruined). The hood is neat too, it reminds me of old farm equipment, and I like that. I am stretching a bit, but those are the things I liked.
Last edited by citric acid; 09-17-2006 at 04:01 PM.
Huh?Originally Posted by citric acid
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There's a driver information center, where you can check all sorts of random things. If you're easily amused, like I can be, you can check all sorts of useful information, or change the demo's display to spanish.Originally Posted by rmodys
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