Archive | October, 2006

Criss Angel’s ‘Midfreak’ Hummer H2 on display at SEMA 2006

31. October 2006

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RealWheels never ceases to impress with the custom vehicles they bring to the SEMA show in Las Vegas. Last year it was “The Guardian” Hummer H3 that had a price tag of $275,000. This year they’re bringing the ‘Mindfreak’ Hummer H2. The RealWheels team joined with the star of A&E’s show ‘Mindfreak’ Criss Angel. The […]

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Soft-Top Hummer H3?

30. October 2006

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Its one of the vehicles that GM will be displaying at the 2006 SEMA show: a soft-top Hummer H3. The soft-top was installed by ASC. The Hummers that GM has at the show normally have a bunch of accessories and options, of which only a fraction make it through to mass production. But, last year’s […]

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Destructive Hummers Increase Sales?

30. October 2006

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An import dealer in Tampa, Florida is hoping that their new website, crusheverything.com, helps build awareness and sales. The website features video of a Hummer H2 hitting and crushing things like a china cabinet, a port-a-john, and a vending machine. Interesting video — and not something you see everyday from a dealership’s ad department. The […]

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Hummer: Smart Buy vs. Traditional Purchase

27. October 2006

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Oftentimes when the term “Smart Buy” is brought up — a lot of people get really confused really fast. It may be the differences between a lease and a Smart Buy, or a Smart Buy and a traditional purchase that confuse people the most. I’ve put up a new link that goes over the Smart […]

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Hummer H3 goes Down Under

27. October 2006

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GM’s new Hummer H3 plant just added a new continent to export to: Australia. Around mid-2007 is when the right-side-driving Hummer H3 will make its consumer debut in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Perth. “Hummer’s pedigree is ideally suited to Australia’s diverse and challenging off-road environments. Given the H3’s midsize proportions, it will be equally at […]

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Hummer Discussion Forums ‘Source’ for Owners and Potential Owners

25. October 2006

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With the release of the H2 in 2002, Hummer created much more than just a powerful SUV. It created a community of like-minded, successful folks that enjoyed having a niche vehicle — very similar to the community of Corvette owners. Boasting more than 200,000 posts, one of the most popular forums for these individuals to […]

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Hummer H3T Spy Video Released

25. October 2006

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Well it wasn’t too long ago that the pictures of the Hummer H3T (although some are speculating they’ll call it the Hummer H3 SUT) surfaced on the internet – and now a video has been released (looks like the original pics were taken from this video — I guess the shooter wanted to get two […]

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Supercharged Hummer H3 to Debut at Las Vegas’s SEMA Show

24. October 2006

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So whats the big deal? There were numerous supercharged H3s at the SEMA show last year — what makes this one different? Well, this is the first two-speed super charger to be put in a high-performance car or SUV. The Hummer H3 will be displayed at Antonov’s (the manufacturer) booth inside the show. The real […]

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GM eyeing Hummer sales increase

24. October 2006

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With added sales abroad, Hummer’s chief Martin Walsh says he’d like to see international sales boost to 25% – over double the current share. Hummer and Saturn were the only two GM brands to see sales gains this year – with Hummer up 44% — largely due to the introduction of the Hummer H3. Sales […]

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Hummer H3 on its way to UK

24. October 2006

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Folks in the U.S. ought to be thankful of the $29,500 starting price for the Hummer H3 — that is, when you compare it to the starting price of £26,000 in the UK — which right now is nearly $50,000 US! The H3 made its UK debut ealier this year during the British Motor Show. […]

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GM’s VP of Global Design Thanks Online Community for Comments on Hummer H3

23. October 2006

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Many online forum and blog-goers often ask, “Does anyone in Detroit actually read any comments by actual owners online?” Well that question was answered recently on GM’s Fastlane Blog when Ed Welborn, the VP of Global Design at GM, recently took time to thank everyone for their comments on a release about Cadillac and Hummer […]

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