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.
by TUFENUFTIMM on Jan 31, 2003 Vehicle: 2002 HUMMER H1 Open Top 4WD 4dr SUV (6.5L 8cyl Turbodiesel 4A)
No concrete cowboy this one! Much
more civilized on the street than you
would expect,and even gnarlier off road
than you could imagine. Acceptable
power on the street and more than you
really need off road. You don't need
to "take a run" at everything,you point
it and drive it smoothly,it WILL do the
job. This is my 4th 4wd, and unmodified
it will do more than any of the other
modified ones. I've noticed that other
4wd'rs are envious to the point of
hate, everyone else loves 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.