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Holy Half-price Retros Batman!!  Is that what HHR means?  Not officially, but from the MSRP of the 2011 Chevy HHRs, you’d think that was a possibility.  At least that was my guess.

Officially the HHR in the 2011 Chevrolet HHR stands for….(drum roll please)  Heritage High Roof.  HUH?   Ok, let’s break this down to simple terms.

Heritage.  We all know the Chevrolet  HHR is a retro design right?  That’s where the term Heritage comes in.  The bulging fenders and the tall stance of the American cars from the 30′s and 40′s inspired the shape of the HHR.

High Roof.  Ok, I am not going to spend much time explaining this one.  High Roof refers to.. well, a high roof.

Side view of Chevy HHR

But let’s go back to my initial guess as to what HHR stands for.  I thought Half Price was  good.  This Chevrolet Crossover starts at an astounding low MSRP of $18,720.  Here’s a sample of what’s available in this amazing vehicle.

  •  A standard 155-hp, ECOTEC 2.2L four-cylinder engine with Variable Valve Timing
  •  32 MPG highway
  • CD/MP3 player with auxiliary audio input jack /Available USB port for your flash drive or MP3 player/Available Pioneer® seven-speaker sound system
  •  providing 57.7 cu. ft. of maximum storage  with 24 different configurations and a variety of places to store things , including multiple storage bins, an adjustable rear cargo shelf, underfloor storage, and  the front passenger seat folds down to accommodate items up to eight-feet long.
  • A steel cage  surrounds the passenger compartment, the unmatched lifesaving technology of OnStar® with Automatic Crash Response (standard for the first six months) and four standard air bags(15) help protect you in the event of a collision.
  •  StabiliTrak Electronic Stability Control with Traction Control and four-wheel ABS.

Rear view open hatch of HHR

The fact is that whatever you call it, the 2011 HHR is one of the best values in the car market today.

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2011 Chevy SUVs

From the Chevy Avalanche to the Chevy Traverse, the Chevy Equinox to the Chevy HHR, from the Chevy Tahoe to the Chevy Suburban, Sid Dillon has it all. “You are what drives us” here at Sid Dillon and we want to fit you with your perfect SUV. Whether you’re hauling kids to soccer games, towing a camper for you summer camping trip, or plowing through our Nebraska snow, we have got the vehicle for you!

2011 Chevy Avalanche

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2011 Chevy Avalanche

•Engine, Vortec 5.3L V8 SFI FlexFuel with Active Fuel Management, capable of running on unleaded or up to 85% ethanol (with gas – 320 hp [239 kW] @ 5400 rpm, 335 lb-ft of torque [454 N-m] @ 4000 rpm, with E85 ethanol – 326 hp [243 kW] @ 5300 rpm, 348 lb-ft of torque [472 N-m] @ 4400 rpm), aluminum block (Requires 4WD models.)

•Transmission, 6-speed automatic

•Trailering equipment includes trailering hitch platform, 7-wire harness with independent fused trailering circuits mated to a 7-way sealed connector and (VR4) 2″ trailering receiver
 

The 2011 Chevy Avalanche is an ideal crew-cab pickup for carrying a combination of passengers and cargo. A versatile midgate-based body style, smooth ride and comfortable seating. Similar to GM’s truck, but unlike the truck, the Avalanche‘s cab and bed aren’t separate; instead, the Avalanche features an SUV’s one-piece body. With the Avalanche‘s three-piece hard tonneau cover over the bed can either be left in place to keep cargo secure or removed to carry taller items like your ATV or large home appliances. So whether you’re hauling a trailer or traipsing the kids off to summer camp, this vehicle is ideal.

2011 Chevy Traverse

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2011 Chevy Traverse

•Engine, 3.6L SIDI V6 (281 hp [210 kW] @ 6300 rpm, 266 lb-ft of torque @ 3400 rpm [359.1 N-m])

•Transmission, 6-speed automatic, electronically controlled with overdrive includes auto-grade braking and tap-shift manual shift control (Included and only available with CV14526 AWD models.)

With stylish good looks, a spacious cabin, car-like ride and handling, the 2011 Chevrolet Traverse has much to offer SUV owners looking to downsize.  As a larger crossover, the Traverse combines the people-and-cargo strengths of the SUV with the car-like ride and handling of the minivan.  So if your driving cross-country for vacation or just taking the boys to football practice in the fall, the Chevy Traverse is the near-perfect for you.

2011 Chevy Equinox

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2011 Chevy Equinox

•Engine, 2.4L DOHC, 4-cylinder SIDI (Spark Ignition Direct Injection) with VVT (Variable Valve Timing) (182 hp [135.7 kW] @ 6700 rpm, 172 lb-ft [232.2 N-m] @ 4900 rpm) (Not available with (Q6D) 18″ (45.7 cm) machined aluminum wheels.)

•Transmission, 6-speed automatic with overdrive

The 2011 Chevy Equinox is a stylish and comfortable entry in the highly competitive small-crossover segment. It boasts character and refinement. With a rear seat that slides back, the Equinox easily counts rear legroom among its strengths.  Another cross-country vehicle, but also perfect to escort your high-schooler to prom.

2011 Chevy HHR

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2011 Chevy HHR

•Engine, ECOTEC 2.2L Variable Valve Timing DOHC 4-cylinder SFI (E85) includes (E85) FlexFuel (gas ethanol) capability, uses gasoline or E85 fuel (155 hp [115.6 kW] @ 6100 rpm, 150 lb-ft of torque [202.5 N-m] @ 4800 rpm)

•Transmission, automatic or 5-speed manual

The 2011 Chevrolet HHR remains a solid choice for a distinctive-looking hatchback. With a comfortable ride, versatile and roomy interior and impressive fuel economy.  It’s perfect for your family of four traveling to the grandparents.

2011 Chevy Tahoe

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2011 Chevy Tahoe

•Engine, Vortec 5.3L V8 SFI FlexFuel with Active Fuel Management, capable of running on unleaded or up to 85% ethanol (with gas – 320 hp [238.6 kW] @ 5400 rpm, 335 lb-ft of torque [452.2 N-m] @ 4000 rpm, with E85 ethanol – 326 hp [243.1 kW] @ 5300 rpm, 348 lb-ft of torque [469.8 N-m] @ 4400 rpm), iron block

•Transmission, 6-speed automatic, electronically controlled with overdrive and tow/haul mode

The 2011 Chevy Tahoe is a leading choice for a traditional large SUV thanks to its comfortable cabin and ability to haul and tow. It’s a mix of truck toughness and refines practicality. Like its cousin, the Chevrolet Suburban, the Tahoe has a do-anything, go-anywhere attitude. It has a truck-based architecture with a strong V8 engine allowing it to tow heavy loads, and the available 4-wheel drive system can take you off-roading and through our Nebraska snow.

2011 Chevy Suburban

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2011 Chevy Surburban

•Engine, Vortec 5.3L V8 SFI FlexFuel with Active Fuel Management, capable of running on unleaded or up to 85% ethanol (with gas – 320 hp [238.6 kW] @ 5400 rpm, 335 lb-ft of torque [452.2 N-m] @ 4000 rpm, with E85 ethanol – 326 hp [243.1 kW] @ 5300 rpm, 348 lb-ft of torque [469.8 N-m] @ 4400 rpm), iron block (Requires 4WD 1/2 ton models.)

•Transmission, 6-speed automatic, heavy-duty, electronically controlled with overdrive and tow/haul mode (Requires 1/2 ton models.)

The 2011 Chevrolet Suburban is a compelling choice for those who need a traditional full-size SUV with massive passenger, cargo and towing capacities. It has a comfortable ride and fun to drive with its beefy V8 power. The Suburban is great for the big-family camping trips this summer.

Here at Sid Dillon we strive to fit you with your perfect vehicle and we are not happy unless your happy.  Whether you’re looking for a cross-over, like the Traverse, or if you want to go all out with the Suburban, we have the vehicle for your needs and wants. So welcome summer with your new 2011 Chevy SUV and don’t look back!

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