I've seen them driving around from time to time..ugliest things to come out of a factory on 4 wheels tbh. I can only wonder what the owner is one to buy something like that..and am tempted to pull him over and ask for some.My next door neighbor has one, I don't think it's that bad. It's gotten good marks for an off-roader, too. Styling is love or hate. With the problems Toyota is having these days with quality and surging accelerators, I'd probably think twice about getting one. My wife has a 2006 Rav4, and we haven't had a problem with it.
I think the real problem is that GM has tried to make them luxurious at the same time.whats wrong wit hummers in general.... ya the big horspower they need!...... wheres the LS2? or 3? theres isint anything wrong with hummer except there engines! i drove a h2 the ls6 was decent but still felt like it needed more..... same with the H3 underpowerd bigtime!
The H1 Hummer has plenty of history.The problem with the Hummer is that it has no history to speak of. The original army Jeep was introduced as the mechanical mule and was so successful that it lasted up till the late 70's as the Army's primary material moving vehicle. That, coupled with the fact that anyone could find one in a junkyard as Army Surplus from WWII made the thing incredibly cheap. Also, the Jeep is nothing but 4 wheels and an engine. The Hummer was introduced in the early 80's as the Jeep's replacement, but it never really got a chance to shine due to TRANSCOM being formed. So when people think Hummer, they think oversized useless truck, whereas a Jeep is thought of as American Heritage.