1. Chevrolet HHR

When the Chrysler PT Cruiser hit the market, it became an extremely desirable model – at least for a short while. Soon, Chevrolet decided they wanted in on the retro-design game, so they introduced the HHR for Heritage High Roof. The design resembled the classic panel vans and Suburbans of the ’50s.

Unfortunately, there was little that the HHR could offer besides its faux-retro looks. The drivetrain and driving dynamics were modest, and the interior materials were inferior.

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