Archive | March, 2006

Update: 10 More Hummers donated to Red Cross

16. March 2006

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March is American Red Cross Month, and Hummer is donating 10 more trucks, as part of the 72 they’ve already committed to donating. This comes along with $100,000 every year for the next six years.

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2006 Hummer H1 Alpha and H2 Round out Edmunds top 3 Off-Road Picks

15. March 2006

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Edmunds recently ranked the top 10 ‘off-highway’ vehicles, and not suprisingly, Hummer made the list. The only truck to beat out the H1 and H2 was the Dodge Ram Power Wagon. Its equiped with front and rear differential locks, an electronically disconnecting front stabilizer bar, 33-inch off-road tires, Bilstein shocks and a 12,000-pound winch. I’d […]

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International Wins Army Vehicle Bid

15. March 2006

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The Army’s Tank-automotive and Armanents Command (TACOM) recently awarded International $12.25 million to build a demonstrator vehicle over the next 18 months. Even though the article may suggest it, I don’t think AM General has much to worry about in the near future. However, they should increase the ammount of research and technology put into […]

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Dallas Hummer Rental

8. March 2006

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A new company in Dallas has now opened the first vehicle rental service to exclusively use Hummer H2s and H3s. As part of a new promotion, they are offering $250 any-day rentals. Plus, if you rent Saturday, turn in Monday before noon and get the one-day price! Visit Dallas Hummer Rental for more information and […]

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H3 Joins Colorado Police Fleet

6. March 2006

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“The main three reasons we got them is because of visibility, versatility and price,” said Cmdr. Dave Brown of the Lone Tree, CO police department. The city of Lone Tree recently bought two Hummer H3s to add to its small but growing police fleet. Police and city officials say the Hummers will allow for emergency […]

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