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Old 06-25-2003, 09:28 PM
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$83,700 for an H2??? That's F'in ridiculous. There are much nicer trucks around for alot less. I agree with Fever Mike, I think they sticker out at around $52,000. For $83,700 I would buy a Suburban and an Excursion!

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Old 06-25-2003, 10:58 PM
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Mike,

I have, well my wife has an 03 Nav and it is a great truck. It rides excellent, handles well and if extremely comfortable. I looked at all of the above mentioned trucks, and the nav was the right truck for me. If you want to check it out let me know and I will take it to work and you can check it out.

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Old 06-25-2003, 11:05 PM
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wow that other post I got from a website
that was put up last summer



Basic Specifications: 2003 Hummer H2
Four-door, full-time 4WD sport-utility;
body-on-frame design; built in Mishawaka, Indiana
Base price (est): $48,000-$52,000
Engine: 6.0L V8
Horsepower: 316hp @ 5,200rpm
Torque: 360 lb/ft @ 4,000rpm
Transmission: 4L65-E 4-speed automatic
Wheelbase: 122.8" (Suburban: 130; H1:130)
Overall length: 189.8" (TrailBlazer: 191.8; H1:184.5)
Width: 81.2" (2500 Suburban: 79.8; H1: 86.5)
Height: 77.8 (4WD 2500 Suburban: 77.1; H1: 75)
Track F/R: 69.4"/69.4" (HD Silverado: 68.6/66; H1: 71.6/71.6)
Curb weight: 6,400 lbs. (4WD 2500 Suburban: 5,796)
Towing capacity: 7,000 lbs. (4WD 1500 Suburban: 8,600)
Cargo capacity: 40 cu.ft. w/o 3rd-row seat (TrailBlazer: 41)
86.6 w/ 2nd row seats down (TrailBlazer: 80.1)
Fuel tank: 32 gal.
Estimated range: 350 miles (min.)
Ground clearance: 9.3" (min.)
Turning circle: 43.5' (4WD 2500 Suburban: 44.3; H1: 50)
Brakes: Four-wheel disc w/ ABS
0-60mph: <11.0 sec (factory est.)
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Old 06-25-2003, 11:24 PM
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14megs pretty funny

http://www.hummer9.com/videos/h2.vs.competition.1.mov
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You guys are absolutely hilarious. And I'm inspired to go to the dentist and gets me a gold grille put on. Can't decide on a star or Mercedes emblem on the fronts.

We have an 03 suburban 1/2 ton and love it. About 18 MPG hwy. Don't go to the city enough to care about city MPG. We have the rear cargo doors, and keep 3 18 gal rubbermaid containers for groceries, etc.

I have a 4X4 dually for towing, so don't know about towing with the burb. I will say it has excellent power for it's engine size and believe it would tow a 5 or 6,000 lb boat safely.
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Old 06-26-2003, 06:21 AM
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Anybody want to take an extended test drive? I have the H2 and Excursion in stock and a 2004 Navigator and Escalade on order.
Check out my website if interested.
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CHECK THIS OUT...
2003 YUKON XL
LEATHER
SUNROOF
ELECTRONIC TRACTION CONTROL
5300 V8
SLT
4 CAPTAINS CHAIRS
BOSE PREMIUM 9 SPEAKER SYSTEM
HD TRAILERING
RUNNING BOARDS
POWER EVERYTHING
POLISHED ALUMINUM WHEELS
MSRP...43380.00
DISCOUNT-4247.00
NATIONAL REBATE -3000
MILITARY REBATE-750
ADDITIONAL 4 OF JULY REBATE -500
CONQUEST REBATE -500 MUST HAVE A NON-GM VEHICLE IN HOUSEHOLD
$34383 PLUS TAX& FEES... THIS IS A LOADED GMC YUKON XL! JOHN G BIG OAKS OFFSHORE.COM

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John G,

Holy Shizzit! That is a killer deal for that truck. It's hard to buy a Tahoe for that. I am assuming you need to be in the Military to qualify for the Military rebate. I know somebody who used to be in the military. Does that count?

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MIKE , THE MILITARY REBATE APPLIES TO THOSE IN THE MILITARY, RESERVES OR RETIRED.THEY DID JUST ADD A ADDITIONAL CREDIT OF $695.00 ON YUKONS & DENALIS EQUIPPED WITH ON STAR!
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