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  • avatar Stever@Edmunds 04/05/09 11:06 am PST

    The range seems to be from 8 to 14.5, with 10 or 11 mpg being most common, judging from the posts in the H2 discussion on CarSpace (try the search box there to winnow out the mpg posts).

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  • Stever@Edmunds 04/05/09 11:06 am PST

    The range seems to be from 8 to 14.5, with 10 or 11 mpg being most common, judging from the posts in the H2 discussion on CarSpace (try the search box there to winnow out the mpg posts).

  • MrShift@Edmunds 04/05/09 12:38 pm PST

    Given a) the threat of higher gas prices and b) the possible insolvency of GM, you'd best think this over.

    If GM goes Ch. 11, you're probably okay with warranty and service, but if they file Ch. 7, you now own an orphan and the warranty goes up in smoke.

    Personally I don't believe ch.7 is in GM's future, but you never know. I'd be more concerned about possible punishing fuel costs.

    If you are very rich, disregard this notice about fuel and just focus on the warranty issues.

    Why not consider a slightly used one. I bet you could score a year old H2 for a fabulous price right now.

  • hummerguy 04/06/09 3:03 pm PST

    H2s, on average, will get around 12-14 MPG. I've recorded 12.6 doing all city driving, and 14.9 on the highway. The newer 2008 and 2009 models have a 6 speed transmission, which gave them about a 10 percent boost in fuel economy. 2009s can also take flex-fuel.

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  • hendo4 04/26/10 4:27 pm PST

    I own a Hummer H2 and the MPG average around 13 to 14, however, when you are on the highway the MPG will rise with responsible driving. I have notice that when I maintain moderate acceleration the MPG average increases greatly. 55 to stay alive and save gas.

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