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BlogGMC To Build New Hummer-Like Off-Road SUV
Remember the Hummer? Almost everyone was infatuated with the H1 version of the HMMWV, or Humvee, the military-derived all-terrain transporter produced by AM General, and the rough-and-tumble vehicle eventually spawned the H2 Hummer after General Motors bought the rights to the brand. The H2 was a decent success for GM, …

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NewsWe Won't See GM's Orphaned Brands Back Anytime Soon
In a recent interview, General Motors' CEO Mary Barra announced that she wasn't missing the brands that GM killed during the 2008-2009 restructuring: Saturn, Saab, Hummer and Pontiac. This is by no means an official announcement, but it probably means that we won't see a revival of the brands while …
NewsThe US Army Will Sell You A Humvee
The Humvee, a military troop transport vehicle that has acquired a near-mythical reputation since the Gulf war, was not available for civilians to buy. Sure, there was the Hummer H1, but this truck was softer than the Humvee: it had insulation, more comfort (like leather seats and A/C) and featured …
NewsThe USA Misses Its Hummers
This is a typical example of the American mentality: with the steady rise of fuel prices that we experienced in the last few years (decades?), lots of customers had to make choices when it came to their cars, and some of them were forced to drop their big and thirsty …

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2002
Motoring TV 2002 Episode 10
MotoringTV travels to home of Hummer 2002 Acura RSX warming your engine in cold weather New Hummer H2 Bill Gardiner on potential problems with tie rods Iim Kenzie on a sport utility TV commercial.
2003
Motoring TV 2003 Episode 10
Vintage racers at Flamboro 2003 Hummer H2 importance of air induction systems, winter and summer Beetle Convertible 2003 Honda Civic Hybrid what to do when 'check engine' light appears Jim Kenzie on TV car commercials.
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Throwback Thursday: Hummer H1
1992 was a big year, and not just because 'The English Patient' took the world by storm. No, it's because that was the year that the Hummer, later dubbed the H1, was first sold on the civilian market. Billed as the "world's most serious off-highway vehicle," the Hummer took centre …