The H2 is a beautiful car. No doubt about it. It commands attention and respect on the road. Comfort is exquisite. Luxury in the details - for sure. you get a feeling of security and power in this car - not power like an executive, but true power - like strength to pull others out of snow,etc. It runs well in the snow. Drawbacks include; gas usage - they need to come out with a hybrid version. you get about 10-12 miles per gallon - depending on how you drive - not good for environment or your pocket! another drawback is the leather. When buying a hummer, check the seats out. They crack rather easily. I suggest leather conditioner - love your leather! - especially in the cold weather. Last drawback is seating arena. It has 6 seatbelts. I would have preferred 7 - but not a big loss.
Overall - a sweet ride. safety, strength, style, power. I am concerned about the envoronment and gas usage - so I eagerly await a hybrid version. As far as the leather - they should use a better quality leather that resists cracks.
I am so pleased with my H2. I have had many, many vehicles in my life, both cars and trucks, and the Hummer is by far the absolute best. I always feel safe when on the road. The fuel efficiency is dismal, but the ability to go anywhere more than compensates for that cost of fuel. I drove my first H2 for many years before trading it in on a suv with better gas mileage, and didnt last a year before unloading that suv for another H2. You wont regret the purchase.
They’re big. They’re bold. They’re kinda in your face. Tall pickup trucks and SUVs have the kind of ride height that gets you over, through, and around the kind of rough terrain which stops other vehicles in their tracks. If you live in a place with lots of snow, mud, or uneven ground, ride height (defined as the distance between the bottom of your truck’s tires and the lowest point on the underside) is probably more important to you than road-hugging and handling characteristics and strong fuel efficiency.