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Well, not really. We sat in one. Let me tell you what, I was shocked at how little room I had it in. Now, I'm perhaps a bit on the upper end of the scale for size ... but I have more room in my Trailblazer than I had inside the H2.

NOW, putting that aside... it was a very smoooooooooooth vehicle. Me like. Maybe it was the sunroof that caused the problems?

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I got a free (large) Hummer H2 t-shirt for looking at the Hummer. Does anyone want this? Maybe we can turn it into a contest? :):party:
 

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thats the H3, maybe you attached the wrong pics.
I know for a fact that i can't fit comfortably(spl) in a H3. I'm 6'4".
But in a H2 i feel like a king. lol
 

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Well, it was both the H3 and H2 I guess.

They were lined up at the Ft. Worth zoo in the safari area. I guess they must have had 3 H2s and 1 H3 and I sat in the H3 thinking it was an H2. Hmm, maybe I'll get into an H2 and see how it fits on me.
 

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i think that the H2 and 3 are a joke and really have no purpus...does anyone know anything about the pickup??not the 4 door. they called it an "extended cab" which was only 4 inches longer but it was a 2 door with an 8 foot bed..they are really hard to find..
 

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i think that the H2 and 3 are a joke and really have no purpus...does anyone know anything about the pickup??not the 4 door. they called it an "extended cab" which was only 4 inches longer but it was a 2 door with an 8 foot bed..they are really hard to find..
Well, the purpose is to make something that looks good and is comfortable while being somewhat tough. I know that nothing can touch the original H1 hummer when it comes to offroading, but they're very expensive. I went to a truck show about 15 years ago when they showcased an H1 hummer going through an obstacle course. The average rig was able to make it through the course in like 20 seconds. The H1 made it though in like 6.5 seconds. It was just insane.
 

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The H2 was built on the Tahoe chasis, I'm not certain what the H3 is built on.
 

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The H3 is built on the Colorado chassis. When first introduced the motor was the same and the interior set up was quite similar. Both would go throgh heads like crazy.
 

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Thanks Chevytech for straightening me out...Colorado it is!
BTW do you work at a dealership?
Oops, I see now your at Landrover tech but used to be a GM tech.
 

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The Hummer H2 was actually pretty solid feeling overall. Just WAY too bad that it got a bad wrap for being a gas hog when it was in the same category as all other SUVs of it's size and capability.
 
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