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Want to buy one and I want to know what traditional problems this car may have

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If you are looking for something solid then you go with an H1. something a little more affordable you get an H2(however gas mileage is about 8-10 miles to the gallon and looses power with 5 adults inside and going uphill. if all you want is the badge(HUMMER) then H3 is the one. just dont expect much from its 5 cylinder engine!!

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