Is the guy who created the style of the PT cruiser the same guy that created the HHR? They do have a lot of similarities.Padanky said:Thats weird because thats the same way I would rate them.
Style, I think I like the HHR better than the PT Cruiser.
It's probably just the same old style copying that manufacturers do. When one finds something that works, others use the same style to keep too many customers from changing brands.Scion-Doll said:Is the guy who created the style of the PT cruiser the same guy that created the HHR? They do have a lot of similarities.
yeah Chevy hired the same designer of the PT Cruiser to design them a new car. So much for new, looks like the guy has run out of ideasIs the guy who created the style of the PT cruiser the same guy that created the HHR? They do have a lot of similarities.
cyks said:Using a PT Cruiser GT made the comparison unfair- it has much higher horsepower, better brakes, interior, suspension and so on then the standard... For that matter, they should have tested a 4WD Element.
Personally, if I was Honda or Chevy, I'd be seriously upset with C&D.
Of course, with that said- it shows how great a car the xB is.... to be able to go up against a car that costs almost double- and still come out the clear winner means a lot. I can't wait until I can actually say I'm an owner.
It's funny, I sold Chrysler/Jeep/Dodge products, the only one I would recommend is the PT! Never saw one in the service area except for routine stuff.... go figure!Dew said:My best friend works for Chrysler and preches to everyone *not* to buy a PT Cruiser lol