Archive | November, 2009

HUMMER H3T Sportsman Edition from SEMA 2009 Photo Gallery

13. November 2009

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HUMMER H3T Sportsman Edition from SEMA 2009 Photo Gallery

The H3T Sportsman was the other concept truck HUMMER had on display at the 2009 SEMA show, and we’ve added a gallery to our coverage. One accessory that wasn’t specifically listed but appeared on the truck was a rear utility-light that attached to bedrails of the truck – something we haven’t seen before but looked […]

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HUMMER H3 Moab Edition from SEMA 2009 Photo Gallery

12. November 2009

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HUMMER H3 Moab Edition from SEMA 2009 Photo Gallery

The HUMMER H3 Moab concept vehicle was one of four vehicles on display at the SEMA show recently, and we’ve now added a more detailed photo gallery to our coverage. H3 Moab The natural landscape of Moab, Utah has been an off-roaders playground for years – it’s also been integral to the engineering of new […]

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HUMMER’s New Business Model to be Leaner, Faster

9. November 2009

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HUMMER’s New Business Model to be Leaner, Faster

One good thing about buying a General Motors vehicle is that you know every single piece of the vehicle has undergone extensive tests for durability and performance. Unfortunately, the way GM conducts that process can take several years which significantly slows down the release of new features and new vehicles. HUMMER is looking to break […]

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HUMMER Announces 2010 H3, H3T Pricing

7. November 2009

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HUMMER Announces 2010 H3, H3T Pricing

With the very first 2010 units hitting U.S. dealerships, HUMMER rolled out its 2010 H3 and H3T model pricing late last week. Overall, the pricing remains largely unchanged from 2009. The 2010 H3 will have the exact same starting MRSP as the 2009 model at $33,390, and the H3T base price went up $165 from […]

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Robby Gordon and Team HUMMER Visit 2009 SEMA Show

4. November 2009

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Robby Gordon and Team HUMMER Visit 2009 SEMA Show

As General Motors began its restructuring process, motor sports saw some of the biggest cuts. Throw in a questionable future for HUMMER, and teams sponsored by the off-road brand were left in doubt for most of 2009. On Monday, HUMMER committed to resume their sponsorship of both Robby Gordon’s Dakar HUMMER H3, and Rod Hall […]

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HUMMER Making Donation to Tread Lightly in Facebook Promotion

2. November 2009

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HUMMER announced today that it will make a donation to Tread Lightly, an organization that promotes responsible off-roading, for every photo of a HUMMER in Moab that is uploaded to its Facebook fan page. HUMMER’s Facebook page can be found at facebook.com/HUMMER, and all funds will go towards Tread Lightly projects in Moab under their […]

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HUMMER to Refocus Brand on Capabilities, Resume Racing Contracts

2. November 2009

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HUMMER to Refocus Brand on Capabilities, Resume Racing Contracts

HUMMER’s appearance at the 2009 SEMA show will be a defining moment for the off-road brand which becomes independent of parent company General Motors in the next few months. HUMMER will be showcasing four vehicles at the SEMA show this week, all focused on recreation and off-road performance. In addition to the concepts and racing […]

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HUMMER CEO Confirms $150 Million Price Tag

1. November 2009

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HUMMER CEO Confirms $150 Million Price Tag

HUMMER CEO Jim Taylor was in China recently where he did a TV interview with CCTV, and according to the report, Taylor said that the price of the purchase is around $150 million, making it the first time anyone official from GM or Tengzhong has mentioned dollar amounts. When asked why the brand wasn’t sold […]

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