Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Hummer H2

The Hummer H2 came on the scene in 2003. The H2 is smaller than the original Hummer. The H2 seems to hold its resale value well for example a 2007 Hummer H2 is still selling for around $25,000. The H2 Hummer will approximately get about 17 miles to a gallon of gas. One disadvantage the Hummer has is for its size it has a relatively small cargo space. It also is a little difficult to parallel park and maneuver into small spaces in a parking garage.For those drivers who need a strong off road capability in a rough open terrain the Hummer H2 performs very well. Many of its owners love the style of the H2 as it does stand out among most SUV's.

The Hummer is powered by a 6.0 v8 engine packing 316 hp. The H2 has no competition when it comes to off-road capabilities and has 10 inches of ground clearance and a protected under body. It can conquer almost any kind of terrain except the smaller trails since Hummer2 is so wide.

The Hummer H2 was manufactured from 2003-2009. The 2003 H2 still has a resale value of over $15,000 so if you're looking for a large used SUV, you might consider the Hummer H2. Check it out from Used Cars in Chicago for they have several listings of car dealerships. Visit the Website today and read the articles from their blog.

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