I traded in my 2003 Infiniti G35 for this Hummer. I have owned the Chevy Tahoe and Suburban in th past. I chose the H2 over the Escalade and the Infiniti QX56. The ride is so smooth and comfortable. The gas mileage leaves a lot to be desired, but what do you expect?! Features in the 2008 actually do feel luxury. After driving the G35 which was a great car, I did not want to sacrifice the luxury I had become accustomed to in the G35; not a problem with the 2008 H2.
The touch-screen navigation, built-in air pump in rear, seat comfort is great
Spare tire on back obstructs rear view too much. Rear camera angle is virtually useless (should be more like the BMW 7 series). I hate the fact the I have to manually turn on the "AC Circulation" button every time I turn on the vehicle; it should stay on once I turn it on.
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