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How much cost Chevrolet HHR car insurance?

Chevrolet HHR General Information

The Chevrolet HHR has a boxy shape that makes it instantly recognizable. It is a solid utilitarian vehicle with 155 hp 2.2l engine. It's a commuter vehicle with reliable handling, suspension, and surprising speed for its bulky frame. Insurance may be higher for a used vehicle because it doesn't have the same safety features as later modeled vehicles. Its safety features include anti-lock brakes and stability control but has no driver assisted safety features present in more modern vehicles.

How much does it cost to insure my Chevrolet HHR

Insurance rates may vary but as of 2011 rates were set at an average of $107/month with the lower end hovering around $60/month. Average annual costs were between $498 and $1,068 averaging out to $865 annually. In 2020 rates may be somewhat higher or lower depending on your age and zip code for its lack of driver assisted safety features may factor into a slightly higher rate.

Model YearTotal Premium
2011 Chevrolet HHR$1,195
2010 Chevrolet HHR$1,163

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The latest model value available and boasts impressive cargo space and fuel economy. It has a unique exterior design that keeps it on the used car market as a utility vehicle. However, its 4 cylinder 2.2 liter 155 hp engine keeps it moving but isn't particularly powerful. It does have bluetooth capabilities and rear cameras for backing up but overall it is simply a commuter vehicle.

Chevrolet HHR Safety Rating And Damage Threshold

The Chevy HHR has several safety features including anti-lock brakes, stability control, five-star rated front and side impact crash protection. Despite its overall good rating it did have a narginal rating for torso-related driver injury methods. Some models do have rear cameras but it isn't standard. Damage threshold for the Chevy HHR at 75% is between $1826 to $8,090.

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