Drives great and handles like a charm. I loved this car up until it hit 95,000 miles, then it became a money pit and the market is so upside down (not GM's fault) that it's hard to make sense what to do with it. It treated me well with no breakdowns for 3 years, then the instrument gauges quit one by one, the water pump went out, the a/c recirculation does not work well, the electric mirrors quit, the windshield gasket vibrates above 60 MPH. Repairs on high mileage cars are expected but it seems like everything on the H2 costs between $500-$1000 to get fixed. Probably won;t spend $65,000 on another Hummer. They are really worth about $50,000 at most fully packed with all the good stuff.
Styling and go anywhere ability.
The plastic parts of the interior are painted instead of a solid color. The paint wears off and then it's just ugly! My running loights had to be sealed because they leaked with heavy rain. If GM built a better H2, they would sell them to repeat customers regardless of market conditions.
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