its a glorified grocery getter. The suspension is the suburban IFS (which is a great work truck, bad off-road vehicle) i've seen them trying to tackle the trails here in Georgia, and its a painful sight. They should stick to being the backdrops for Rap videos and leave the trials for real 4x4's
A friend heard a LM002 pull away from a toll booth on the Mass Pike many years ago. He said it sounded like nothing he'd ever heard before... Like a shriek. That was what made him look over and see it. Then he saw the badge on it.
Ha!, I made a mint last year on those hideous things. Now the hype has died a bit. Even the boss here sold his, because they're everywhere now. It's actually a decent ride. A bit feminine compared to the H1.
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Vague much? Trust me, technicians will find the above quote funny. For the record, he asked if it had the same frame. Not if shared the same pitman arm as a Suburban. Charlie Martin can eat mold. He ought to be working around the clock to dream up a stock suspension that actually functions and lasts. Hey techs, I have a dollar for every Chevy/GMC idler and pitman arm you've changed over the years. Any takers? I will sweeten the deal if you know the labor times by heart.
1. An H2 comes with a "vin U" 6.0 366 cid. 2. The 1995-2002 H1's came with either a 350 5.7L or a 6.5 Diesel motor(two variations). 1993 was a 6.2dsl exclusively. 1994 offered all three options (6.2dsl, 6.5dsl, 5.7L) 3. A Suburban 2500 can come with a few different motors. So to say that the Hummer H2 has the same motor as the 2500 Suburban would only be partially correct.