Same can be said of ALL 4wd SUV's IMHO.detroit_pierogi said:Hummer H2 = Used primarily to go to the mall, and to put paint dings and dents in other cars when parked next to them and occupants open the H2's doors.
I'd say a Defender was a fairer comparison.linuxfreakus said:Not trying to defend anyone, but that was not a real hummer. The H1 is the real deal (well the military ones anyway). H2 is basically a Suburban. An actual humvee is fairly impressive... with a snorkel they are designed to operate in up to 60 inches of water. Try that in a modern RR :think:
Very true.....One of them is still making new models :lol:Doctor Leo said:LR isnt AM General.
leftlanetruckin said:Very true.....One of them is still making new models :lol:Doctor Leo said:LR isnt AM General.
Hummers (H1's) are losing ground very rapidly to another rig made in the USA also, just to prove that the "General" is far from perfect. :thumb:
I hauled a few, and everyone from the guys unloading, to the guys in the "field" love them a lot more than the Hummers. Where the Hummers good in their day? probably so. Are they dropping rapidly behind? Yeppppers.
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news and all, just giving the facts.
(Starting to get the impression that someone is blindly loyal regardless.....) :think:
Just saying, well stating the fact really, that AM General is far from perfect, and is indeed all but bust IMHO. LR may have been bought, but it was bought by some very stout business folks who no doubt saw a profitable enterprise when they saw one.Doctor Leo said:What your hauling which I am sure has been declassified now is built by a company I like alot more than AM General.