And yet there's still a market for this vehicle, and I think it'll meet the needs of that market quite nicely.Groucho said:It's still an underpowered FWD people hauler, just like the PT Cruiser.
I've heard about this car. This is the first glimpse of one I got.. <SPEW>Groucho said:...and if this is their future, GM is doomed.
I don't care how much Bob Lutz weasels about this...it looks just like a PT Cruiser. It's still an underpowered FWD people hauler, just like the PT Cruiser.
That ship has sailed.
Sounds like a job for a Scion xB to me. You can get them a year old for $12k, meaning some other poor sucker was the meat armor against depreciation.b_a_betterperson said:That said, I do like this particular car. I might need to buy a company car to haul boxes of stuff between the plant and FedEx -- and this certainly would be a contender. Looks OK (would be nicer with some better wheels), gets great mileage, fits in a regular size garage slot, and can hold plenty of stuff with the rear seats down.
i saw one at my job and it turned my head( triple take) its cute. i can see my wife in it. but i got her teh 06 pontiac sv6 arty:Duck916 said:I hate to admit it, but I kinda like it. It might serve as a pretty decent, efficient, utility vehicle. Certainly a better choice than many SUVs.
If its based on the Cobalt its gotta be pretty small right? Looks big in the pics but I dont see how it can be.GTO judge said:I saw an HHR on a Chevy Lot....Went in to check it out..... 23K This is one ugly car.... I am sure the HHR stands for >>>