||H2 Luxury SUV
condition inside and out that represents the low mileage,
rare exterior color,
serviced & ready to be
driven daily or as a weekend getaway vehicle, Luxury edition with sunroof, 3rd row seating, custom rims and more, well
optioned and serviced. Don't miss
this one as it's a lot of SUV for the money!
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(VIN: 5GRGN23U73H109747), Red met. / Wheat leather & black carpeting, 58,000 original miles, 4L65-E auto trans., built
09/2002, delivery date 10/03/2002 with 7 miles from Bergstrom Hummer in Milwaukee, WI, Vortec 6.0-liter OHV V8 engine,
325 hp. @ 5,200 rpm. & 365 ft.-lb. torque @ 3,600 rpm., 101.6 mm (4.00") bore x 92 mm (3.62") stroke, 9.4:1 compression
ratio, cast iron block, aluminium cylinder heads, two valves per cylinder, multi-point injection fuel system, Hydra-Matic
4L65-E 4-speed automatic transmission, full-time 4-wheel drive, traction control, locking rear differential, 2-speed transfer
case, dual front airbags w/ passenger deactivation switch, 4-wheel disc brakes (12.8 x 1.5" front rotors, 13 x 1.1" rear) w/
ABS & electronic brake force distribution, dynamic rear
proportioning & electronic traction control that continually
the rotational speed of each wheel, making it possible for an H2 with 3 spinning wheels to move forward - even with an
upward grade of 10%, short & long arm independent torsion beam front suspension with coil springs, 46mm monotube
gas shocks and 36mm stabilizer bar, 5-link variable rate self-leveling air spring solid axle rear suspension with 46mm
mono-tube gas shocks and 32mm stabilizer bar, rear limited slip differential, 4.1:1 axle ratio - 1.90 stall ratio, 2.64 low
range lock gear reduction, 33:1 crawl ratio, ladder-type frame with full-length, box section side rails, as well as a 3-piece
modular design consisting of front, middle, and rear sections - resulting in a strong frame with a long wheelbase and a
wide, balanced stance, underbody protection for fuel tank, for transfer case and for engine, variable ratio speed pro-
portional recirculating ball type power steering.
Optional equip. includes: 1SC Luxury package @ $2,575.00 (17" chrome wheels, higher quality leather upholstery,
an extra seat (third row), CD changer, XM satellite radio, side steps, chrome exterior trim), Black oval side step bars,
front brush guard and rear light guards @ $250.00, Chrome appearance package (front grille, black hood pulls handles
and rear tow hooks, chrome gas filler cap, door handle on black cups, chrome mirror caps), Power sliding & tilt sunroof
w/ sunshade @ $995.00, wrap-around brush guard @ $599.00, Interior mounted spare tire, Trailering package, BOSE
sound with in-dash AM/FM/CD with sat radio, 2-stage Heated front and rear seats, 17" Atlas chrome rims (installed the
day of purchase) w/ BF Goodrich Radial T/A KO tires 315/70-17 121 / 118 R M+S tall-terrain tires with Tread Measure-
ments: DF: 8/32, PF: 8/32, DR: 8/32, PR: 8/32 (10/32 is new tire tread depth), 8-way power front bucket seats w/ lumbar
adjustment, memory system (driver seat, mirrors), H2 carpeted floormats, standard equip. includes: OnStar assistance
system w/ one-year service.
Standard eqip. includes: Air conditioning with dual-zone automatic climate controls, tilt leather-wrapped steering wheel
w/ audio controls, cruise control, center console cupholders, split folding rear seat, heated power mirrors w/ driver-side
automatic day / night adjustment, power windows & door locks, remote keyless entry (3 keys & 2 remotes), rear seat radio
controls, digital clock, trip computer, automatic day / night rearview mirror with compass, outside-temperature indicator,
HomeLink universal garage-door opener, front and rear variable-intermittent wipers, illuminated visor mirrors, rear defogger,
automatic headlights, theft-deterrent system, roof marker lights, front and rear tow hooks, 8,600 GVWR, 6,400 lb. curb weight,
2,200 lb. maximum payload, 6,700 lb. towing capacity, 40.4 degree angle of approach, 39.6 angle of departure, 86.6 cubic
feet of max cargo capacity, 12 mpg city / 16 mpg highway fuel economy, 32 gallon fuel capacity, books, manualsand window
sticker, clean AutoCheck report showing 2 owners and no accidents, all services and recalls performed, never smoked in,
extremely nice inside and out with tons of eye appeal - still smells new!, new MSRP of $53,219.00.
The HUMMER H2 has
gone down in marketing history as a classic case
study. Launched at the right time, with the right idea, the tides
turned on the massive, militaristic ute within what seemed like months.
GM thought it had a coup on its hands when it scored the rights to sell
SUVs wearing the HUMMER badge. In hindsight, that idea has been
The roots of the HUMMER H2 run deep in America's military. The original
Humvee was a replacement for the World War II-era Jeep--a bigger, more
flexible vehicle capable of more than light transport. AM General, an
Indiana-based contractor, won the rights to build its idea, what would
become the Humvee--and in the early 1990s, seeking to diversify its
fortunes in an era of waning military spending, it started selling
Humvees to civilians.
With star-studded clientele like Arnold Schwarzenegger behind it, the
Hummer brand seemed to be exactly what General Motors was missing in
its portfolio: a spendy SUV with the same pull in red-state America as
the Jeep. GM approached AM General to license the name in the late
1990s, and by the turn of the century, it had won a deal to build
HUMMER vehicles in its own plants under exclusive license.
The plan to create a whole division around the HUMMER nameplate started
with the H2. A derivative of GM's big SUVs--essentially a beefed-up
Tahoe--the H2 wore a much more angular set of panels that hit the
perfect tone for its niche market. Parts were raided from all over the
AM General and GM empire to give it incredible off-road ruggedness,
while the suspension and powertrain were essentially big GM truck/SUV
The final version of the truck, which went from concept to a new set of
Quonset-styled showrooms in record time, was a 6,700-pound vehicle that
could tow 8,600 pounds. A 6.0-liter V-8 with 325 horsepower was mated
to four-wheel drive and a four-speed automatic. Gas mileage was mostly
kept off the record.
The idea proved brilliant, for at least a short while. HUMMER had the
fortune--and misfortune--of launching just prior to the Iraq War, and
the clash of commercials up against live war coverage gave the brand
and the vehicle an instant opposition. Rising gas prices were a bigger
complication, as HUMMER moved the H2 through its early model years.
By 2005, the boom was off the rose: HUMMER sales were falling, and GM
accelerated plans for a pickup-bedded H2 SUT and a smaller truck-based
H3. They arrived, but more as footnotes to GM's looming financial woes.
The company was spiraling into financial distress--and couldn't afford
to develop a new range of cars and trucks for its massive brand
The H2 soldiered on through GM's eventual bankruptcy in 2009, but would
end up a casualty. A deal to sell the HUMMER brand to Chinese investors
fell apart. GM shuttered the brand--along with Saturn and Pontiac--and
sold its final HUMMERs at fire-sale prices. Some saw it as a fitting
Picks: The paint
& body on
this H2 are exceptionally nice and reflect the low original mileage with no real faults
to mention, obviously garaged its entire life and never offroad, the underbody is extremely clean, the body has no
dents / dings or flaws and the paint is like-new. The interior carpeting is extremely clean and the dash and glass
show no damage or cracking. All of the controls show no wear or
scratching from fingernails except for the radio
volume button. Both front door handle surrounds have minor scuffs from fingernails. The leather is excellent and
the only nitpick is the rear seat have some age lines. All recalls and services are up to date - the rims are unmarked
and the tires have almost new tread depth. Overall this Hummer is about as nice as a pre-owned vehicle comes
with nothing else to reasonably
fault. Photos show the condition so please request & review them.
denotes Very Poor / Item needs replacement, 10 denotes Excellent /
/ GLASS: 9.5
RECORDS / OWNERSHIP HISTORY: 9
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