Although somewhat "civilized" in terms of being quiet, and having comfortable seats and an industrial-strength disposition, there's only negative feedback for the senseless $60,000 Hummer H2 SUT. It gets terrible fuel mileage (11.6 mpg), it's difficult to enter and exit, the tiny pickup bed is useless, its brakes are sub-par, and it has poor visibility. Yikes. Both editors did, however, really enjoy the XM satellite radio, which is probably the wrong reason to buy a Hummer.
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