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Chevy Announces 2007 HHR Panel

October 6, 2006

The 2007 HHR Panel, designed for commercial and private uses, features windowless side panels and rear cargo doors in place of conventional rear doors. A flat load floor provides more than 57 cubic feet of cargo space, along with approximately 5 cubic feet of additional covered, under-floor storage. HHR Panel production is expected to start late in the first quarter of 2007. It will be offered in LS and LT trims, with 2.2L and 2.4L engines.The body of the HHR Panel features steel inserts in place of side windows and cargo doors in place of conventional rear doors. The cargo doors open wide to enable cargo access from both sides of the vehicle, as well as from the rear liftgate. The windowless cargo doors and rear panels provides a large area for business logos, advertising or personalization. An auxiliary power outlet is available in the rear of the cargo area, with available 40-amp service for a variety of specialty equipment needs. This also answers the call of upfitters, who asked for an additional power source to suit their specialty vehicles. Power front seats, radios with MP3 capability, XM Satellite Radio and OnStar Turn-by-Turn Navigation are available on both LS and LT models. LT models also offer 17-inch wheels and leather-appointed seating. Standard safety features include dual-stage frontal air bags with GM’s Passenger Sensing System. Head curtain side-impact air bags are available. Since its launch, HHR has received five-star crash ratings for frontal and side-impact crashes from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) New Car Assessment Program. The HHR also was the highest-rated SUV for the 2006 model year in NHTSA rollover testing.
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