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more upscale with better fit and finishEdmunds »
Visibility is hindered by thick roof pillars and rear headrestsConsumerGuide »
a bold vehicle that turns heads and makes a big statementKelley Blue Book »
the nicest interior in GM's current stable of trucks and SUVsCar and Driver »
STYLING | 8 out of 10
more upscale with better fit and finish
Visibility is hindered by thick roof pillars and rear headrests
a bold vehicle that turns heads and makes a big statement
Kelley Blue Book
the nicest interior in GM's current stable of trucks and SUVs
Car and Driver
TheCarConnection.com’s editors find plenty of reviewers who like the hulking 2009 HUMMER H2 and its radical styling.
The 2009 HUMMER H2 was designed to mimic military vehicles, which explains its less-than-luxurious interior. Edmunds describes it as "more upscale with better fit and finish." Popular Mechanics is even more impressed, stating that the "seats are better, the door panels are better, the third-row rear seat has been revised, and every piece seems to fit together more precisely and cleanly." In terms of encountering serious off-road terrain, Automobile.com brags about the "extremely short front and rear overhangs, which make for radical breakover and departure angles."
In general, reviewers find the 2009 HUMMER H2 to be a refreshing mix of the original H1's commando charm and traditional luxury SUVs. Kelley Blue Book enjoys the fact that the "doors are neatly flush with the rest of the body panels," but also admires rugged touches such as "exposed latches, lift handles and fasteners." Car and Driver agrees, stating that the H2 is "still dominated by big, simple shapes, which lend it a rugged appearance, but the materials have a quality look."
The iconic 2009 HUMMER H2 still represents the ultimate in luxury off-road performance.