Interior improvements yield a near-bearable level of comfort, but it's still a nightmare on the street. Unless you're desperately in need of attention or you own a sprawling cattle ranch, leave the Hummer to movie stars and army commandos.
by elvis corporal on Oct 18, 2006 Vehicle: 2002 HUMMER H1 Open Top 4WD 4dr SUV (6.5L 8cyl Turbodiesel 4A)
i'm a former military member and i always wanted to own one. the h1 is a great improvement from the military version as far as convenience. it rides great and i dont even use my drive way now i use my ditch. it turns lots of head and i loved it.
More minor upgrades have been added for 2002, along with a commemorative tenth anniversary package. A new Torque Biasing Ratio (TBR) differential provides even better traction along with two-piece 17-inch forged aluminum wheels and new Goodyear MT/R tires. Inside, front passengers get more legroom, the driver gets an express-down window and all passengers get improved seatbelts. A new steering wheel design, LED marker lights and a revised "H1" badge round out the changes.