4 out of 5 stars
ENJOYMENT OVER COMPROMISE
by 25 YEAR OLD HUMI OWNER
on Wed Oct 24 2012
Anything good or bad you can ever think of have happened to on this car, max speed 90 downhill, fuel efficiency, 5~9city 11~13high way, I've put a bumper sticker that says, move over or I move you over, fun was limitless, compromise was unacceptable. While I think its worth it.
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5 out of 5 stars
on Mon Sep 18 2017
it is a great car Few vehicles are as instantly recognizable as a Hummer SUV. Unapologetically boxy and impossibly wide, these rugged vehicles were originally built for military use, and it shows. For Hummer aficionados, the fact that these mammoth rock-crawlers are tank-like both in appearance and nature is a selling point, not a flaw. Go to a Hummer dealer and all you'll see are SUVs. There is no such thing as a Hummer car, at least not yet.
The Hummer brand can actually trace its roots back to another military icon -- the Jeep. Designed by the Willys-Overland company in the 1940s, the Jeep became so popular that when Henry J. Kaiser purchased the Willys-Overland company in 1953, the name was changed to Kaiser-Jeep. In 1970, American Motors bought Kaiser-Jeep and renamed it the Jeep Corporation. At that point, Jeep was producing vehicles through two divisions: the Commercial Products division in Toledo, Ohio, and the Government Products division in South Bend, Indiana.
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