HHR Panel Proves Itself in Business

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Unlike in Europe, the United States has not produced small work vehicles that can primarily be used in small businesses. Chevrolet noticed this and the birth of the HHR Panel was the result. As such, it is inexpensive, versatile, and powerful enough for owners to incorporate it into their daily work lives. The rear has 62.7 cubic feet with seats that fold flat. It will be interesting to see whether Chevrolet continues to built the HHR Panel as it is proving to be a decently selling model.

Currently, Chrysler does not offer its PT Cruiser with the panel feature, so Chevrolet pretty much as the market.

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