2007 Chevrolet HHR LT from North America
A great little car
In October 2009 we bought a new HHR, and loved it so much we bought a 2007 HHR in April 2010.
The only problem I have is that this seems to be the only car made in America that doesn't have automatic or electronic door locks. I call it a "clicker." What's up with that?
Also, the automatic window openers are in a ridiculous location.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 24th May, 2010
31st May 2010, 01:28
It does have automatic door locks - they are programmable and can be disabled through the customization mode of the Driver Information Center. If you bought the car used, the previous owner may have disabled it. With they key to "ON" press both the DIC Mode Change and Reset buttons simultaneously on the steering wheel. This will display the customization menu. Press the Menu key until you reach the menu option for Auto Lock and Auto Unlock. It will allow you to change options from Off, Shift to Park and Key Off. Choose the setting you like and your auto door locks will be enabled.
4th Jan 2011, 20:06
Neither of your HHR's are "American Made"; they were built in Mexico.
Don't let the Chevy logo fool you. GM cars are easy to tell where they were made. If the serial number start with 1, they were built in the USA, with a 2 Canada, with a 3 Mexico.