2690 Crater Lake Hwy Medford, OR 97504 541-973-2070
  • 4dr Wgn 4WD SUV
  • Burgundy
  • Leather Trim
  • 8 Cylinder Engine
  • Automatic
  • 4WD
  • 81,197
  • 6168A
  • 5GRGN23U83H109224

Payment Calculator

Apply For Credit

Check Availability

Vehicle Details


K&B Auto Complex

Sales

2690 Crater Lake Hwy

Medford, OR 97504

541-326-2723

No Accidents Reported
8 Service History Records
Personal Vehicle
                   

There is no mistaking the Hummer 2 for anything but a Hummer. GM designers took as many functional cues from the big Hummer as they could reasonably get away with on a 122.8-inch wheelbase heavy-duty pickup truck chassis, even to the fake air intake boxes at the trailing edge of the hood. The chrome seven-slot grille is its signature, along with square corners, roof rack, flat glass, flat panel architecture, huge tires, and grab handles everywhere.

The front end is made up of a number of components including a grille, bumper, tow hooks, and a lower bash plate with a huge “H2” stamped into its plastic surface. It looks, from some angles, like a grown-up Tonka truck. The rear end is subdued compared to the rest of the truck, with a Hummer-stamped rear bumper cover and lots of square corners.

Odd, but the H2 changes personality a bit, depending on which color it’s painted. Duck hunters may be disappointed that military camouflage is not an option.

You can plug in the optional Warn winch at either end because the H2 comes with hitch receivers and wiring looms on both front and rear bumpers to help launching boats and watercraft or for pulling yourself out or farther in to the wilderness.

H2 is 81.5 inches wide, 1.5 inches over the limit for clearance lights, so it comes with five lights on the roof fore and aft to comply with federal law. It’s shorter overall than the Suburban, with very short front and rear overhangs that pay enormous dividends in off-road capability and performance.

Big, square, chromed mirrors somehow don’t make very much noise, which we appreciated. They also have heat, reverse-down, and a power folding feature that protects the mirrors off road and narrows the truck’s profile considerably for traversing narrow spaces.

Interior Features

Hummer’s H2 offers little cargo space due to its low roofline and the huge spare tire and wheel bolted into the back seat area. Neither the roof nor the tailgate was deemed strong enough to hold the 98-pound wheel and tire unit, so it’s inside, chewing up space, but covered up nicely. Maximum cargo space is listed as 86.6 cubic feet with all the rear seats folded down, short of some of its competitors, such as the new Range Rover, Ford Expedition, Lincoln Navigator, Mercedes-Benz G500, and the big Toyota Land Cruiser and Lexus LX470.

Some interior parts are taken from the Pontiac Aztek SUV, notably the air vents in the dashboard. Other interior components are taken from GM’s pickup truck and SUV parts bins. But the important thing is that it hangs together as a complete, rather bold interior design with lots of metallic flavorings here and there, black-on-white gauges shared with the high-end GMC SUVs, and very decent seats. The rear-view mirror self-dims automatically. Glass is all Solar Ray glass which cuts heat and UV transmission.

Seats are thick, comfortable and supportive and keep you centered when driving off-road at odd angles. The shifter is a bit of design overkill, with a big, round, shiny handle that’s meant to bring macho indoors but takes up too much space doing it.

Overall, the interior works pretty well. The small vertical side glass makes you want to hunch over to see out, but if you like intimate interiors, this might be the one for you.

We were astonished at the high level of speech articulation across the truck from left to right and front to back. It was easy to have a relatively long-distance conversation from the back seat of the Hummer at 75 miles an hour, and there was enough seat adjustment and rear-seat leg room that I could have sat behind myself, which is terrific since I’m almost 6-foot, 4-inches tall. Compared to this, the big Hummer is both short-coupled and loud inside.

It takes a healthy step up to get into the Hummer unless you use one of the two available step-plate options. And there is an unusually high liftover height at the rear floor. You don’t get 10 inches of ground clearance without paying for it, and the truck ends up not very friendly to those of moderate stature. But you do get six 12-volt power points, fore (3), aft (2), and in the rear bumper (1).



Online Application Available...With Rates Starting at 2.99% O.A.C.amily Owned with Family Pricing. Apply today! Online Application Available....

Vehicle Options

  • 32.0 gallon fuel tank
  • Air conditioning
  • Cigarette lighter
  • Cruise control
  • Dual output exhaust system
  • Manual lap safety belt at rear center position
  • Manual lap/shoulder safety belts at outboard seating positions
  • Retained accessory power
  • Steering wheel accessory controls
  • Send to a friend


    Message: Thought you might be interested in this 2003 HUMMER H2.
    K&B Auto Complex, 2690 Crater Lake Hwy, Medford, OR 97504 541-973-2070
    Text Us!