The $160,000 Vehicle that never gets stuck





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Published on Jul 19, 2007

Out on a Colorado ranch, a Hummer gets stuck. A front loader tractor comes to the rescue, then the tractor gets stuck.

Comments • 2,613

jacob nowell
if I wanted a hummer I would've bought your sister...
Clayton Swinford
They dont know what they doin
Samuel Pulis
notice he does not list fj cruiser or fj-40 .. yota FTW
Peter F.
LMAO I have passed stuck hummers in my Civic.. when I had it.
Bryant NorCal
Everything can get stuck. Some vehicles less than others and knowing how to avoid bad spots is key. So often I see peeps plow into puddles thinking they are shallow but are deep holes...lol.
The ones I've seen have had flashy alloy rims and solid rear axles. NOT a humvee. That's the difference between high ground clearance and low ground clearance. I used to work on them in the army, and graduated head of my class in mechanic school. There are subtle differences. The lighting lenses are set up differently as well. Not to mention the tiedown system for the soft top, seat belts, seats, sound insulation, door build quality, fit and finish... for starters.
That depends on the model year. Late model H1s have better engines than the HMMWV, Duramax as opposed to the stock 6.5L which only made around 190hp. 
Blake Ethridge
Hummer h1's and humvees are identical except for interior and 12 v 24 volt system
set it on fire, walk away then claim insurance. no more problems
Tu Cullo
ur so smart Dave
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