2019 Hummer H2

December 24th, 2019 · 0 Comments · Hummer

The 2009 Hummer H2 offers the unparalleled off-road capability and plenty of style for your face, but unless you plan to cross swamps and mountains, another great 2019 SUV will help you. The 2009 Hummer H2 ranking is based on the score obtained in the 2019 Large Luxury SUV category. Currently, Hummer H2 has a score of 10 out of 7.0, based on an evaluation of 65 research and data elements using various sources. The 2019 Hummer H2 has not offered unparalleled ability to deal with terrain challenges and, despite its shape and size, is not a huge performer on paved roads, many of its rivals are more refined and maneuverable. Categorized as a high-load vehicle, the EPA did not test for fuel economy in H2, but one critic recorded about 10 mpg in city traffic and slightly more on the highway, which is low, even for a large SUV.

2019 Hummer H2 Interior

Inside, 2019 the standard Hummer H2 leather seats are five, and the third-row seats available seven. The reviewers generally said that H2 was comfortable and looked rather good and had a good finish, but many were disappointed to find that the H2 had a much smaller proportion than the interior suggested. They requested that the third row be loaded and that it is difficult to load when you want to expand the load capacity. 2019 H2 can carry 86.6 feet of load with the third available row and the center row bent forward, which is very low in class. Standard equipment includes Bluetooth, upgraded front and second-row seats, Bose stereo and satellite radio. When it was new, features like a DVD entertainment system, navigation, and a backup camera were also optional.

2019 Hummer H2 Design

The 2019 HUMMER H2 was designed to mimic military vehicles, providing less than a luxury interior. Edmunds has a “more elegant and fit look.” Popular mechanics is even more striking, “the seats are better, the door panels are better, the rear seat in the third row has been revised, and all the parts are more precise and clean.” When it comes to dealing with serious terrain off the highway, Automobile.com says “the front and rear overloads are very short, resulting in radical setbacks and exit angles.”

Overall, reviewers, the 2009 HUMMER H2 is a refreshing mix of the original H1’s command charm and traditional luxury SUVs. The Kelley Blue Book says that “the doors are completely tidy with the panels of the other bodies.” However, it does allow for rugged touches of “touchpads, lifts, and handles.” The car and the driver are in line with the fact that H2 is “still large and simple in shape, dominating, not only giving it a rugged appearance, but also the quality of the materials.”

2019 Hummer H2 Engine

2019 Hummer H2 powering all four wheels is a 6.2-liter V8 that throws 393 horsepower, reviewers say, with plenty of power to move above three tons H2. Apart from the off-road probability, the H2 can carry up to 8,200 pounds, which is pretty good, but there are plenty of cheap and luxury SUVs that can match or exceed that rating.

2019 Hummer H2 Safety

The HUMMER H2 2019 is a wonderful fortified with many security features. Neither the Institute of Highway Safety (IIHS) nor the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) conducted a study on HUMMER H2 in 2009, but reviews read by TheCarConnection.com gave a positive response to the generally available safety standards.

2019 Hummer H2 SUT

2019 Hummer H2 SUT

H2’s standard anti-lock, driver and passenger airbags and daytime running lights. Edmunds notes that the “front-line seat belt pre-tensioners” and “OnStar emergency communication systems” make up a spectacular mix of standard safety standards. Cars.com is very easy to place on standard side curtain airbags “for all three-seat lines that extend down the side windows” and automatically “expand” if the conversion is perceived. The driver’s seat visibility is the biggest mistake of the 2009 HUMMER H2, making it an otherwise safe vehicle. ForbesAutos remodels 2019 Hummer H2 for fewer windows, “which significantly reduce outdoor visibility.”

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