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New Hummer H2 pictures (about 20)

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by bigdaddy89, Jul 11, 2002.

  1. bigdaddy89

    bigdaddy89 1/2 ton status

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    The Link Doesn't work. Log out and then get the url.
     
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    i saw one of these in mt.morris michigan were i wheel may 19th.it's a orv park called the mounds,i was pulling 2 jeeps out of a mud hole and it came down the trail up the hole then turned around and left.not enough time to snag a pic though.i've also see them about once a week here in flint,michigan.it must be some GM guys doing some test or something.they look pretty cool,but there still not a K5 so they suck.
     
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    nope gotta be the url of your album while youre logged out

    Later
     
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    yeah, its kinda funny how often i see H2s driving around in my area, along with a bunch of other unreleased 2003s... i guess thats Michigan for you.
     
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    muddysub 1 ton suburban status Staff Member Moderator GMOTM Winner

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    seen 1 or 2 of those here in vegas too. kinda cool.
     
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    IF i won the lotto i would finish my blazer, pay off the house and if i had enough go buy a H2 just to BURN it. they ruined the hummer.
    bastards.
    grant
     
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    If they weren't gonna put the Origional Hummer suspension under them they should have at least put straight axles under them.

    James
     
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    They are all over the Auburn Hills-Utica-Rochester Hills area of Michigan. Over priced junk, and I am a big hummer fan.

    Over priced yuppy boddy put on a pick up frame.

    The whole point of a hummer is the excellent ground clearance, lost with the new H2. I know there are other benefits, but that is a main one.

    Ken H.
     
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    Exactly!!! They look like Tonka trucks ?? WTF!! /forums/images/icons/mad.gif I saw a caravan of military hummers in full dress being trailered the other day .... now those are Hummers!! These things are for 95% of the country that don't know what 4x4 is used for. If you bring the Hummer and I'll bring the <font color="red"> GAS!! </font color> /forums/images/icons/wink.gif
     
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    your post made my day...... hahahahhahaahahahahah!

    'oh, the looks of envy you'll get when you pull up to the clubhouse in this mighty beast...'

    the guys with the 12" IFS lifts and 40's on the stocko 'callista flockhart' 10 bolts will like it.

    i'd put a 'ain't skeered' sticker on mine, and pick up all the hoes chillin in front of the WIC office...

    greg
     
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    And I thought the explorer sporktrac was retarded, this is perhaps the ugliest, stupidest piece of yuppie soccer mom crap I have ever seen. What would posess someone to create such an abomination. Sorry, that's probably a little overdramatic but I have a feeling I am going to have to stare at these things for years to come so I'm getting out my aggression now.
     
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    Want cant I say that hasnt already been said.
    A real Hummer is. A real world peace of equipment. To do the most in the most places. H2 is just selling the look &amp; the name. No love for H2
     
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    actually i kind of like the h2. it actually has some 4 wheeling capability, unlike the other yuppie mobiles it will be priced against.
    last i saw it will be in the $50k price range. that puts it against gm's own escalade, ford's navigator, bmw (whatever it is) and the mercedes suv too.
    i think most of you missed the point of it. it's not supposed to be a military truck like the original H1. they wanted some of the capabilities of the h1 though in it, but alot more civilized for the the avg driver.

    i have not seen full specs on it yet, but with 35" tires it has to easily have better ground clearance then any other stock 4x4 on the market (except the h1). it looks like it has good aproach and departure angles too. the only thing in the wqay is those side steps (unless they retract, they would have to go)
    it's no jeep rubicon, but then again the jeep could not tow anything or seat 6 like the H2. just my $.02 /forums/images/icons/wink.gif /forums/images/icons/crazy.gif
     
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    I AGREE.
     
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    73k5blazer Unplug the matrix cable from the back of your head Premium Member

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    First, let me say, I agree. Yuppie POS on a GM pickup chassis. However, they have a strenghted transfercase, large diameter front halfshafts, and a whole host of other goodies tat makes it a decent 4x4. Remember GM is no dummy, they are is business. Hardly anyone buys the hummer H1 because of it's drivability. Personally, I would love to own a Hummer H1, but if you ask the general public, they don't. The same reason all SUV's are selling like hotcakes, and we who own our beloved K5's, can't stand the site of 'em. Again, personally, I think the TrailBlazer is a disgrace to the blazer name..it's a AWD wagon. But GM can't make them fast enough at $35k a pop. They are going to make what sells. Throw in a couple of decent off road features, but make it drivable, it wil sell, well that's there hope anyhow, but we'll see. But I already see way more H2's on the road than H1's, so what does that tell you. (I live in southeast MI as well)..

    BlazerMan
     

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