Chevy HHR Lights
The stylish and compact Chevrolet HHR (Heritage High Roof) was launched in 2006. Its tall retro-wagon styling was inspired by the 49’ Suburban, however, everything else about the vehicle was completely modern. The Chevy HHR features a fold-flat front passenger seat, split-folding rear seat, and cargo area floor that allows to carry long and bulky cargo. Thanks to smooth performance and spacious interior, the vehicle ensures a comfortable ride whenever you go.
CARiD offers you high-class Chevrolet HHR Lights that are designed to serve for many years. Since the lights are the eyes of your vehicle, it is important to install only the high-quality ones made by reliable manufacturers. CARiD is all about premium quality and reasonable prices, so there is no need to drive with a damaged or non-functional light. Designed from high-grade materials, the products will provide the ultimate in function and reliability. Thanks to our user-friendly navigation, finding the right lights at CARiD is very easy. You are only one click away from resolving your Chevy lighting issues!
Customize your Chevy HHR with a set of extra bright headlights, put some flash on the back of your vehicle with custom tail lights, or add a little individuality with a stylish 3rd brake light. Designed not only to complement the look of your Chevy HHR, but also assist in safe driving, all lights from our comprehensive collection meet the highest quality standards and are guaranteed to operate under harsh weather conditions. Save time and personalize your vehicle with CARiD.
Well protected for shipping, very nicely packaged, nice color, and well written directions. One thing though. The directions state 8 mm nuts are used. OEM are 10 mm. Just a typo, but make it right. Product appearance by itself is great, and the look is excellent. Did not care for the tiny little flaw on each piece, where I believe it is separated from a mold or something in the manufacturing process. Not enough to kill the deal and not something that others will even see, but I do. Directions are good, install is not difficult, but I would not call it a strictly R&R deal that will result in the exact fit and appearance of OEM units. In my case, even with carefully tightening each nut in a star pattern, the lights do not fit flat or as tightly with the body as OEM units do. There is quite a gap between the tail lights and body in some areas. The new gasket is much thicker than OEM one. There are three little alignment notches in the body for positioning the lights. I will try to file them out a bit and keep tightening the nuts when I get a chance. I do not mean to sound like I am complaining too much. Overall, I would give all aspects of the item, including ease of install, etc. a 9 of 10. For a price, it is fair, particularly if you compare it to possibly dropping close to a $100 just to do LED bulbs, it's a good deal. And they look great. My install was plug and play... I have no issues with hyper flash or any other electrical glitches. I am pleased.
- Chevy HHR Models
- HHR LS Lighting
- HHR LS Panel Lighting
- HHR LT Lighting
- HHR LT Panel Lighting
- HHR SS Lighting
- HHR SS Panel Lighting