Used 2006 Hummer H2 For Sale

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2006 Hummer H2 SUT Specifications

Feature Description
Transmission Automatic
Engine 6.0L
Horsepower 325 horsepower@5200rpm
MPG City 10
MPG Highway 12

Customer Review Summary for 2006 Hummer H2

(14 Reviews)

Great Hummer

2006 Hummer H2 Ken - Atlanta, Ga 08/19/2012

This is my 2nd H2 and my first SUT but both are great Hummers. Very tough vehicles and surprisingly comfortable. Great for long trips or bad weather. Very safe and reliable. Only bad side is the gas mileage. I got in a wreck once and it destroyed the other car and my hummer had just a scratch. The police got a good kick out of that. Im glad the other person didnt get hurt.

Best truck out there!

2006 Hummer H2 Toomanydogs - Fauquier, Va. 05/23/2011

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.

Love my Hummer

2006 Hummer H2 Albert - Miami, FL 07/11/2014

this can do anything you throw at except fit in some garages!

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