Sunday, May 8, 2011

Hummer Brand

I am a petite person but, I love BIG cars. I love trucks, SUV's , Chevy Tahoe, Suburban and I like to own a Hummer. It just feels so safe when I'm driving big cars and besides, drivers respect big cars. Have you seen a Pink Hummer? Here's one.I am scared of road accidents but, when I'm driving huge cars, the probability of getting hurt is less. Hummer is not the best choice when it comes to mileage especially with the high gas price, you might think I'm crazy LOLZ.I like the 2007 Hummer H2 because there's changes added from an H1 model. All models have the option of a rear-vision camera system and a rear-seat DVD entertainment system. Plus, there is also a new Glacier Blue limited edition. Not important to most people but for me, it's cool.
An H2 holds up to six with an easy ride, good steering and total passenger comfort. A Hummer H2 HUT variant debuted in 2005 and is considered as a crossover model. It features the passenger cabin of an SUV and a small pickup truck bed instead of a closed cargo area. Check out the snipped pictures below. General Motors has owned the marketing rights to the Hummer brand since 1999. Hummers are built in Indiana by AM General and are sold by GM dealers. A used Hummer cost from 38K depending how much is the used mileage.Hummer brand was defunct since May 2010. I saw a 2007 Hummer with 26K miles for a price tag of 38K. Pricey still.

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