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HUMMER H1

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  • “You can't find a much more serious off-road vehicle than this.” — Car and Driver
  • “Twin tanks hold a combined 51.5 gallons of diesel fuel, which General Motors says should be good for 570 miles. That works out to better than 11 miles per gallon. I'm not sure where they came up with that figure, but it must have involved lots of downhill coasting.” — Cars.com
  • “Of note, because of its wide track and width, is the 25.5 ft. turning radius. While this doesn't exactly comprise turning on a dime, improved steering makes for lighter and quicker response than the previous generation H1...” — AutoSite.com
  • “The presence of the engine and transmission and various off-road accouterments mean that passenger room is sort of an afterthought. There are four seats, each squeezed into the corner of the cab, and none is remotely spacious.” — Cars.com
  • “As with all Hummer H1 models before it, the Alpha is expensive. The test vehicle started at $128,374, and with an "adventure" package that include bigger tires and a winch, the total came to $135,225. For that price you could almost get two Hummer H2s, plus a Hummer H3 for the kiddies.” — Cars.com
  • “The H1 cuts a swath through traffic like Moses parting the Red Sea... ” — AutoSite.com
  • “...it's an attention getter, both positive and negative.” — Car and Driver
  • “It's far too big for the typical trails Jeepers pursue, and there will inevitably be SOME trees it just can't flatten.” — Cars.com
  • “Because it's a tall step up to the interior, a new grab handle on the doorframe assists short drivers and passengers.” — Car and Driver
  • “Coupled to a four-speed automatic transmission, acceleration is best described as leisurely, but 440 pound-feet of torque renders it fully capable in the dirt.” — Edmunds.com
  • “...its city driving mannerism...compare with those of a dump truck. ” — Car and Driver
  • “One of the vehicle's many weak points is its rather spartan interior given the high price.” — Edmunds.com
  • “Also impressive is the 2006 Hummer H1 Alpha's improved stopping power, thanks to larger 12-inch brake rotors, which almost erase the old H1s annoying sway from front to back upon heavy-footed braking and quick stopping maneuvers. ” — AutoSite.com
  • “The only time cabin noise drops below very unpleasant is when you let off the throttle - something you seldom do even at steady-state cruise.” — Cars.com
  • “Despite its military like external appearance, the H1 Alpha offers an appealing selection of comfort and convenience features, including leather seats and air conditioning.” — Cars.com

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