A Review of the 2007 Chevrolet HHR FWD

The 2007 Chevrolet HHR FWD is a compact SUV that was popular during its production run. It boasts a fuel economy of 21 mpg in the city and 28 mpg on the highway, making it a fuel-efficient option for those looking for a small SUV. The HHR FWD has a 2.4L 4-cylinder engine that delivers 172 horsepower and is paired with an automatic 4-speed transmission.

The HHR FWD has a sporty appearance with its retro-inspired styling. It has a boxy shape that provides ample space for passengers and cargo. The vehicle size class is a sport utility vehicle - 2WD, which means it is built for on-road use only.

The 2007 HHR FWD comes with premium gasoline fuel type. It has an annual petroleum consumption of 12.94 barrels per year and a CO2 tailpipe emission of 386.39 grams per mile. The EPA model type index is 0, which means it is not a hybrid vehicle. The annual fuel cost for the HHR FWD is $3,100.

While the HHR FWD boasts a fuel-efficient engine, it has mixed reviews in terms of its handling and ride quality. Some drivers have noted a bumpy ride and poor handling when driving on uneven roads. The HHR FWD lacks the smoothness of its competitors in the compact SUV class, but it is still a practical choice for those looking for a fuel-efficient vehicle.

Overall, the 2007 Chevrolet HHR FWD is a decent option for those who value fuel economy over handling and ride quality. Its retro-inspired styling and spacious interior make it a popular choice for those looking for a compact SUV.