Archive | November, 2005

Hybrid Humvee Brings Stealth to Battlefield

22. November 2005

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One fault of the traditional Humvee that no one will argue is its ability to be quiet and stealthy. That may all change soon, as the military has created a concept of a Hybrid Electric Humvee. The hybrid vehicle is heavier than a normal Humvee; it runs quiet on “electric prowl power” and can go […]

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Kit Changes your Chevy into a Hummer

21. November 2005

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A company called Urban Gorilla promises to make your 87 Suburban look like a brand new H1 — all for under 10 grand! Of course the off-road capabilities wouldn’t be there, but I bet most of their clientele doesn’t care. Something about it just seems wrong…but it doesn’t look that bad!

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Hummer H4 to Compete with Jeep Wrangler

14. November 2005

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At least that’s what Autoweek said in a recent article. The Hummer H4 would keep the go-anywhere attitude, but would be the smallest Hummer on the market, and most likely the cheapest. As far as design goes, Autoweek’s source tells them ?The main design factor is that any vehicle with a Hummer badge has to […]

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GM to invest $20 Million in Louisiana Plant

8. November 2005

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In response to the consumer shift to smaller, more fuel-efficient vehicles, GM is investing $20 million in its Shreveport plant which builds the Hummer H3. The investment will allow the plant to put out more vehicles in a shorter ammount of time — a good thing for those seeking hard-to-find option combinations.

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Sewell Hummer Happening

8. November 2005

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Every few months Sewell Hummer of Dallas takes an off-road trip in order to promote the Hummer lifestyle with its existing customers. This past trip, Sewell Hummer of Dallas took their customers to the unique Greystone Castle. Navigating through 4000 acres of hill country, the trail winds up and down steep rocky slopes and even […]

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