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    About Chevy HHR Lighting

    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!

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    Chevy HHR Is No Longer with Us
    Chevy HHR Is No Longer with Us

    May 2011, the last Chevy HHR rolled of the line. The retro-styled vehicle was launched in 2005, and after a six-year run, GM decided to discontinue the HHR that was the only rival to the Chrysler PT Cruiser. The station wagon will be sold in dealerships until October 2011.

    One of the potential reasons for discontinuation is the platform issue. The GM Delta platform that now underpins the retro-styled HHR has been changed to the Global Compact Vehicle Architecture. Probably, General Motors simply does not want to make modification to fit the HHR's body to the new chassis.

    The customers are offered few alternatives to the HHR. The Chevrolet Captiva Sport will replace the Chevy HHR in the compact crossover wagon class in the United States. Unfortunately, the small SUV will not be available for purchase by rental fleets and individual retail customers. The Chevy Orlando that replaces the HHR in some global markets will not be available in the United States either. However, GM Korea will build the Orlando for Canada and Mexico.