• Sep 28, 2005


Tired of the same old black or yellow Hummers? No problemo. GM just released the 2006 Limited Edition Pacific Blue H2, available in both SUV and SUT form. Sure, Pacific Blue sounds pretty cool, but we think the blue is actually closer to blue M&M's rather than the Pacific Ocean. In any case, the paint job will definitely make you stand out alright, as if you are not already getting enough attention at the gas pump. Can I have mine in lime green, please?



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      • 9 Years Ago
      There is only 1 true hummer. Its the Alpha H1. H2 and H3 is like a toy cellphone that you got for your daughter in Toys-R-us so she can play pretend.
      • 9 Years Ago
      Anyone buy these things anymore? I used to see them all the time out here in California... not so much anymore.
      • 9 Years Ago
      Why is blue paint such a special thing for GM? Most other companies offer it with every other color for their vehicles...
      • 9 Years Ago
      Love the color. I wish it had been available for my Silverado. I'd love to see a pick-up based on the H2. Granted, it'd be outta my price range, but that don't mean much.
      • 9 Years Ago
      I wonder if this blue paint will actually stay on the vehicle for more than 3 to 5 years? (Does anyone else remember GM's blue and silver paint from a few years back, which was incapable of actually staying on the car?) Just another showing of sheer and utter incompetence by GM. "Wow, a blue Hummer - and oh yeah, gas just went up 20 frickin' cents a gallon again yesterday." Ridiculous. Anyone who owns GM, Ford or DCX stock should just get a sell out now and put themselves out of their misery.
      • 9 Years Ago
      I see them ALL over here in WI. Our Hummer dealer does really well.
      • 9 Years Ago
      I like that they stand out. We can give them the finger faster.
      • 9 Years Ago
      I'll continue to take mine in the classic color of Light Sweet Crude.
      • 9 Years Ago
      Did someone say they wanted a lime green hummer? Someone in Kuwait already has one :) http://www.248am.com/mark/kuwait/h2-h-for-hulk/
      • 9 Years Ago
      Through the first seven months of 2005, H2 sales totaled 15,152. I would say people are definitely buying these things.
      • 9 Years Ago
      Wow, some of you guys are pretty pathetic. I think the people who diss Hummer owners, and drivers, are the ones who should kill themselves. It's pretty sad when you have nothing to do but sit on the internet and blame people for what they choose to drive. What was really funny was when one of you idiots said the only true Hummer is the H1, I hate to tell you but I own the H1 and an H2, and really, the H2 is basically the same. Now, the H1 does provide a little bit more capability, but being the H2 is more of a luxury off-road SUV. Oh and by the way, most people who can afford to buy Hummers, don't really care about the gas prices. Now, you could say that we are wasting fuel, but I hate to tell you that it's going to eventually go away so it really doesnt matter. Either way, you will be seeing Hummers for an extremely long time, especially since Hummer is finding ways to produce their first line of the Hydrogen H2's. I do agree about this color being a waste of a special edition though, it doesn't even have the "new" 06 chrome pieces. Oh well, I have to go clean my Lambo Gallardo now, so au revoir idiots.
      • 9 Years Ago
      These will sell well for camp value twenty years from now.