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Customer Review Summary for Hummer

(177 Reviews)

Hummer H2

2006 Hummer H2 billybob2u - Torrance, Ca 04/20/2010

Do not buy this truck if you want an economical vehicle. On a nice long road trip I was only able to achieve 11.96 MPG and filling up the 32 gallon tank is never fun. This vehicle does however provide a safe cabin for my wife and child. The hummer is wide so that does take some getting use to, but it is nice to have the extra arm room that I missed in my Avalanche. Road noise is noticeable however that is expected on a truck. The third row seating is a nice addition and the ability to take it out if we load up is a nice convenience. Overall I am happy with this purchase and plan on a few minor upgrades to work on the fuel economy. PROS: Durable feel, AWD, Leather Heated seats, view of the road, dash layout. CONS: Fuel economy, cheap plastic interior parts, Moon Roof Wind screen is noisy at speed.

Hummer H3

2007 Hummer H3 Photo Girl - Northbrook, Il 09/19/2010

I am very happy with my vehicle. It's cargo space is adequate for my needs and it's gas mileage is better than expected. The Hummer handles well on the expressway and provides ample acceleration when needed. The front and rear seats are quite comfortable and roomy. The overall ride is rather smooth keeping in mind this vehicle was designed for off road driving. In conclusion, I would highly recommend this car to someone who is looking for a four wheel SUV.

H2 Review

2007 Hummer H2 Sir Cletus - Baltimore, MD 07/19/2010

This is a great car! It's really a shame the Hummer will not be made anymore for public use. GM still reserves the right to bring back the Hummer line, since they did not sell off the make. First off, you DON'T buy a Hummer for gas mileage! If you are lucky, you get about 15 mpg. The tank is sizeable, so it takes about $70-100 to fill the tank. I commute to work and church, with an occasional trip to the store, so I am filling up every 2 weeks. There are SUV's with more seating (such as the Honda Pilot, which is also a great car), as the 2007 H2 has third row seating only for 1, but 6 people can legally and very comfortably ride. The third row seat can be removed to give cargo space which is generous. While removing the seat is a bit inconvenient, the process is very easy (the proper latches are even numbered). The H2 has an 8-cylinder engine, and the engine is powerful! The weight of the car and engine size makes it very solid (and also explains why the MPG is low). However, while the H2 has decent pick-up for its size, don't expect to pull in front of fast-moving traffic and get quickly up to speed. It's not a sports car, after all. :) Towing is a breeze, in fact it is so smooth it feels like I have to look behind to make sure the trailer is still attached. Inclement weather is no problem for the Hummer. In fact, one prays for it with this car. Comfort-wise, I find this vehicle to be VERY comfortable. One person put it well, I think, when they said that the H2 is basically an Escalade of steroids. Very comfy, dual-zone climate control. The rear passengers do not have a third zone, but they do have their own vents. Heated seats, fully adjustable, with memory inputs. One final hopefully helpful fact - it fits in the garage! As long as you don't put a lot of extra stuff on top (a rack is ok) or jack up the tires and suspension, it fits nicely in a standard garage. The mirrors have a fold-in function so you don't have to get out to fold them in. Hope this review helps. Enjoy!

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