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Test drive the Hummer H3 made in uk and right hand drive & free brochure
Test drive the Hummer H3 made in uk and right hand drive & free brochure

Test drive the Hummer H3 made in uk and right hand drive & free brochure

Test drive the new hummer h3 right hand drive for free in uk prices of this new beast is only £26,495 compared to the us model which is over 50k

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Cant you test drive most cars

I migh post a deal that you can test drive a ford ka now thats a deal

50K in the states. i.e. $ = about three pound eighty now! Sorry that was flippant but I agree with Lidds. This is a rubbish Freebie. Now if it was a week long test drive for free...that would be a deal!
Voted cold for same reason as Lidds.

This offer is more generous than for a Ford Ka. If they let you drive the Humvee for 5 miles on a test drive, they are actually giving you about £100 worth of fuel!

Voted cold due to the complete waste of resource that this gas-guzzling monster epitomises.

oh great...more giant, environmentally hostile, school-run shopping karts to contend with on the road. Hopefully it'll be 50k for 6 months road tax too.

I saw one at the Metro Centre a few months ago taking up two parking bays .Definetly a vehicle for clowns .Not for roads in Britain .

cant imagine when
1. right hand drive ie ok, try the euro market maybe?
2. small lanes that hardly fit 2 way traffic in london
3. would probably crush the bendy buses, and cyclists, and bikers and pretty much anyone
4. big fuel bill, big tank might invite people siphoning off petrol lol
5. with assist steps like that (picture Clint Eastwood in the movie 'In the Line of Fire'), your kids need not misbehave to get attention.

"With the big 32 inch tyres, the approach angle on the H3 is 37.5 degrees, allowing it to successfully navigate a 407*mm vertical wall. " the H3 is classified as a 4wd truck. 3.7 L hmm.

err what is a 'head curtain air bag'?

]prices start from £26k (USD 50k because of the currency exchange).
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