The Chevy HHR SS Panel is one of the strangest modern cars in existence. Today I’m reviewing the HHR SS Panel, and I’m going to show you the quirks and features of the Chevy HHR SS Panel — a high-performance panel van.
source/image(PrtSc): Doug DeMuro
Then I’m going to get it out on the road, drive it, and tell you what it’s like.The HHR Panel Van was made in an attempt to spur sales of the retro vehicle at a time when people were moving away from the model’s throwback styling. Watch the video from Doug DeMuro for more info:
The HHR Panel is available in three trim levels: LS, LT and (new for 2009) SS. A 149-hp 2.2-liter four-cylinder engine and five-speed manual transmission are standard on LS and LT trims. The SS Turbocharged features a 2.0 L (120 cu in) turbocharged Ecotec LNF I4 engine and intercooler that produces 260 bhp (190 kW) (235 bhp (175 kW) with the optional 4-speed automatic).
Race-tuned high-performance suspension, five-speed manual transmission with short-throw shifter, standard four-wheel antilock disc brakes, ground effects with unique front and rear fascias, aggressive black cross-mesh grille, liftgate-mounted aero spoiler, an analog A-pillar-mounted titanium boost gauge, leather-wrapped steering wheel with mounted audio controls, and unique 18 in (460 mm) high-polished aluminum wheels.//wikipeida