what's better an H3 or H2 Hummer

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Asked by Apr 10, 2012 at 10:02 PM about the 2010 Hummer H2

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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They"re both Garbage. Study proved along with recalls and alignment issues, mpg etc... I think they look very cool. Just not practical. I do like the original dessert storm H1

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7,395

Neither the H1 is THEE ONLY HUMMER!!!!

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The H2 & H3 were built and designed to perform to the same standards as the H1 in off road capability. That was AM Generals policy. The H2 is like a Tiger tank and handles rough terrain very well. Very fun to drive.

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The H2 and the H3 have the same off road capabilities. If gas prices is important to you and don't want to hurt your pockets, go with the H3. If you are looking for the off road king, go with the HUMMER H1. The H1 is the real HUMMER built by AM General. The H2 and H3 are plastic non sense of GM. Hope this helped you.

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ok , wimpy chevy colorado or an suv that can run into and over 4 cars,knock down a telephone pole, and get you home safely...(from experience)

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205

H3 look like glorified Jeep. There is no comparison.

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