Used 2007 Hummer H2 For Sale

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2007 Hummer H2 Base Specifications

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

Customer Review Summary for 2007 Hummer H2

(10 Reviews)

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2007 Hummer H2 Shane A - Canyon Lake, TX 11/09/2015

If you can afford the gas, there's nothing else like it. I've owned a Jeep Wrangler JK and it's a toy compared to the H2. Word of the extended service plan through Carmax with a lower deductible. The 4x4 and air suspension on these trucks start acting up around 70,000 miles. They repaired $4,000 in transmission and 4x4 issues within 1 month of buying the truck. I was lucky and noticed little things in the first 30 days so they waived the $250 deductible. The level sensors for the rear air suspension went out right away too. I wouldn't buy it w/o a Carmax extended service plan.

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2007 Hummer H2 Arbiter - 06/17/2009

If you want a car that is a cross between a pickup and a sedan, The Hummer is for you. The reason is because the quality and apppearence is flat out cool. Although financial wise and mpg, it's not that good, but you're looking atan Off-road car, not a fasion or good road type.

2007 Hummer h2 SUT

2007 Hummer H2 Kristine112985 - 11/26/2010

This car is bad on gas, but it works hard and has a big gas tank. This car is very comfotable to sit in and drive. I would have to say that the appearence of the car is fantastic and it's big in size. I would reccomand the HUMMER H2 SUT, because it is a truck. It has a lot of room to store anything in. Over all I would reccomand this car to any one looking for a hummer.

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