2004 Hummer H2
A navigation system is newly available for the junior Hummer. The H2 borrows styling from the H1, its military-based big brother, but is... Read More
A navigation system is newly available for the junior Hummer. The H2 borrows styling from the H1, its military-based big brother, but is designed as a more-civilized, less-costly SUV. The H2 is built by AM General in Indiana from a General Motors design and is sold through GM dealers. It gets its 6.0-liter V8, 4-speed automatic transmission, and major chassis components from GMs full-size SUVs. Compared to a Chevrolet Tahoe, the H2 is 9 inches shorter in length but more than 2 inches wider and some 1300 lb heavier. Standard seating is for five, with a single-passenger 3rd-row seat optional. AWD is standard and is designed for severe off-road use with low-range gearing and a locking rear differential. Standard features include ABS, 17-inch wheels, and chassis skid plates. Maximum towing capacity is 7000 lb. OnStar assistance, power front seats, and a split folding 2nd-row bench seat are included. Side airbags are unavailable. Options include heated leather front and 2nd-row seats, sunroof, chrome appearance pa Minimize
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Product Review Summary
2 Reviews from Epinions.com
Oct 1, 2006
I love my H2
Pros: Drives well and drives smoothly.
Cons: Gas and possibly climbing for some.
Nov 7, 2007
Awesome SUV ~ A Definate Recommended Buy!
Pros: Large. Comfortable. Beautiful exterior/interior. Attention-getter. Onstar equipped. Folding mirrors. Front/Rear seats heated. Air-ride suspension.
Cons: Expensive. Large. Limited cargo space. Poor fuel economy. Difficult for some people to climb into. Read More at Epinions.com