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HUMMER H2 SUV

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  • “Maximum cargo space is listed as 86.6 cubic feet with all the rear seats folded down, short of some of its competitors, such as the new Range Rover, Ford Expedition, Lincoln Navigator, Mercedes-Benz G500, and the big Toyota Land Cruiser and Lexus LX470.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “You don't get 10 inches of ground clearance without paying for it, and the truck ends up not very friendly to those of moderate stature.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “Visibility is probably the H2's biggest drawback, as the short windows and wide body make perfect placement a tough proposition without a spotter.” — Edmunds.com
  • “Seats are thick, comfortable and supportive and keep you centered when driving off-road at odd angles.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “Being nearly 1000 pounds heavier, the H2 trailed the Expedition in all performance tests. In the quarter-mile, for example, H2 was 0.26 second behind the Ford.” — AutoWeek
  • “The mass of this 6400-pound, aerodynamically challenged vehicle hinders acceleration beginning at about 70 mph.” — AutoWeek
  • “The relatively quick steering is helped out by one of the smallest turning circles in the segment at 43.5 feet.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “From the powerful drivetrain and rugged suspension to the sophisticated traction control system, the H2 has few, if any, peers in the off-highway arena.” — Edmunds.com
  • “Last but not least, there's a two-level traction control system that will allow the H2 to continue even if only a single wheel has traction.” — Edmunds.com
  • “It is impossible to find the ideal driving position in the H2 because of the poor seat design.” — Carpoint.com
  • “Odd, but the H2 changes personality a bit, depending on which color it's painted. Duck hunters may be disappointed that military camouflage is not an option.” — New Car Test Drive
  • “The H2 is surprisingly easy to drive. The driver will quickly learn to size it, and it tackles curves with poise thanks to its hefty weight, wide tracks, tire surface and smart-working suspension.” — Carpoint.com

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