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June 5, 2008 about Hummer H1

A better question for a hummer is how far can you drive when the tank is full, also about 5miles.

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June 8, 2009 by djmike

funny.

April 2, 2013 by Pooja

I'll let you in on a little serect unless you're only listening to your high school buddies, Hummer's haven't been status symbols in years. The H3 is j-u-n-k. Resale value on them is horrible since Hummer went belly-up here, and visibility in them is comparable to that of a submarine. I wouldn't want my newly-licensed kid driving one. However, they seem to be filling up used car lots now since folks bailed out of them either due to gas prices or their leases ending. Car dealers love them because they can get them at auction cheaply all day long, and people are actually foolish enough to pay way over what they're worth because of that so-called status .

April 2, 2013 by Pooja

I'll let you in on a little serect unless you're only listening to your high school buddies, Hummer's haven't been status symbols in years. The H3 is j-u-n-k. Resale value on them is horrible since Hummer went belly-up here, and visibility in them is comparable to that of a submarine. I wouldn't want my newly-licensed kid driving one. However, they seem to be filling up used car lots now since folks bailed out of them either due to gas prices or their leases ending. Car dealers love them because they can get them at auction cheaply all day long, and people are actually foolish enough to pay way over what they're worth because of that so-called status .

April 2, 2013 by Pooja

I'll let you in on a little serect unless you're only listening to your high school buddies, Hummer's haven't been status symbols in years. The H3 is j-u-n-k. Resale value on them is horrible since Hummer went belly-up here, and visibility in them is comparable to that of a submarine. I wouldn't want my newly-licensed kid driving one. However, they seem to be filling up used car lots now since folks bailed out of them either due to gas prices or their leases ending. Car dealers love them because they can get them at auction cheaply all day long, and people are actually foolish enough to pay way over what they're worth because of that so-called status .

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