The Chevrolet HHR (for Heritage High Roof) is a retro-styled station wagon launched by the Chevrolet division of American automaker General Motors at the 2005 Los Angeles Auto Show as a 2006 model — and designed by Bryan Nesbitt. The vehicle's design was inspired by the mid-1940s Chevrolet cars and trucks. Although the Chevrolet HHR had the keyless entry remote key fob option on every model since its induction, the HHR's keyless entry remote key fob's were not self programmable, meaning there are no keyless entry remote key fob programming instructions for them.
The last Chevrolet HHRs were assembled in May 2011. The Chevrolet HHR was sold in dealerships across North America until October 2011 (or stock rupture). The HHR was replaced in the U.S. by the Chevrolet Captiva Sport, a rebadged version of the Opel Antara. However, the Captiva Sport is only available as a fleet vehicle and is not available to the general public.