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post #61 of 68
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Originally Posted by jv17 View Post
H3 is still H3 it will not lose its fashion..
post #62 of 68
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Originally Posted by TimuM View Post
The final obituary hasn't been written, but the future looks grim for the gigantic gas guzzler. It never was a big seller for GM; just 56,000 were sold in 2007. But sales are down 36 percent this year and 60 percent alone in May.

Perhaps the biggest sign that GM is finally seeing the light is that it is considering selling off its Hummer line.
Yeah, between shutting down plants and playing with the prospect of selling Hummer, GM is starting to finally focus on the small and midsize care segment.

They need to also consider what role they want Buick or Pontiac to play in their furture.
post #63 of 68
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Originally Posted by dl20 View Post
Well, I think the H1 and H2 is a bit douchey but its a stretch to categorize every Hummer owner as a douche I suppose. However, I can see what you are saying. I think its safe to say any owner of a yellow hummer is a douche.

I think it's safe to say you're a douche.
post #64 of 68
Gas prices aside, and WADR, the name is stupid (blowjob) and they look ridiculous. People driving them come off as complete idiots/a-holes/d-bags.

Sorry, that's just the way it is....
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Originally Posted by raphael
Bigger is always better when it comes to cars.

No. This is not true from almost any perspective.

--Andre

Ever get into an accident?

Refresher: F=ma. Big "m" means small "a". Big "a" means serious injury.
post #66 of 68
For an SUV, the H3 seems to have little Sport (on road) and little Utility. The 5 banger just doesn't cut it. My thinking is you might as well go full size and get some cargo room and towing capacity because there's little difference in fuel efficiency, they both suck. I like the previous generation Ranger Rover 4.6. Anyone know how unreliable these are because they can be had for 15-18k for an '02 and seems like a great combination of style, luxury and utility.
post #67 of 68
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Originally Posted by HomerJ View Post
For an SUV, the H3 seems to have little Sport (on road) and little Utility. The 5 banger just doesn't cut it.

My thinking is you might as well go full size and get some cargo room and towing capacity because there's little difference in fuel efficiency, they both suck.

I like the previous generation Ranger Rover 4.6. Anyone know how unreliable these are because they can be had for 15-18k for an '02 and seems like a great combination of style, luxury and utility.

K2500 Suburban- Drove it all around Moab UT with a bunch of kids in the back. Goes anywhere- great truck.
post #68 of 68
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Originally Posted by HomerJ View Post
For an SUV, the H3 seems to have little Sport (on road) and little Utility. The 5 banger just doesn't cut it. My thinking is you might as well go full size and get some cargo room and towing capacity because there's little difference in fuel efficiency, they both suck. I like the previous generation Ranger Rover 4.6. Anyone know how unreliable these are because they can be had for 15-18k for an '02 and seems like a great combination of style, luxury and utility.
I was considering that generation of RR due to their excellent value when purchased used, but they are unreliable and expensive to fix, and aftermarket warranty companies won't even cover them because of that. Horrible on gas. They look awesome, though.
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