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Is Hummer GM’s golden ticket to profitability?

Monday, August 13, 2007


Unfortunately, we don’t see any Hummer model, current or future, putting up sales numbers comparable the Toyota Camry or Honda Accord. So what direction does GM’s portfolio need to move? According to Fortune columnist Alex Taylor III, General Motor’s needs to master the art of the small, profitable car, just as their foreign counterparts have. […]

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Hypocritical Debate over Hummer H3 continues in UK

Tuesday, April 10, 2007


As the official vehicle of England Rugby, as well as a sponsor of several major equestrian events, Land Rover has an enormous amount of exposure in the UK. And, with over 250 sales and service locations in England alone, Land Rovers aren’t hard to find. So here’s my question – how does a car company […]

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GM Spyshots – Hummer H3T Coming Soon?

Wednesday, October 4, 2006

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Just days after Bob Lutz announced in Paris that Hummer needs to expand its lineup to include more models, KGP Photography has released some new shots it snapped of what appears to be the much-talked about H3T — a four door pickup style Hummer, based on the H3. The front is obviously an H3, and […]

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GM Inches Towards Release of Next Hummer Model

Saturday, September 30, 2006

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During a speech in Paris, General Motors Vice Chairman Bob Lutz announced this week that Hummer needs to double its product lineup by adding two or three new models. Lutz said making a Hummer-branded pickup truck, which would have ample passenger seating, remained an “option.” GM executives have said previously that a smaller vehicle, similar […]

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2008 Hummer H2 to get mid-cycle engine and interior upgrade

Tuesday, May 9, 2006


It is still anyone’s guess what changes will take place in late 2007 with the release of the 2008 Hummer H2, but GM suggests that the engine and interior will have some changes. Expect to see some changes in the dash and cargo area, and an increase in engine size — the trick will be […]

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