22 A Challenge For Two Hummers

A Challenge For Two Hummers

Posted on September 26, 2012 by team


These guys decided to check what their Hummers are capable of. Probably the results were quite disappointing for them. Who will come to help them out after all?


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22 Responses to “A Challenge For Two Hummers”

  1. Tiger says:

    Hummers are rubbish. If you really want an SUV that is capable of going off-road and still providing you with a comfortable ride on-road you can only buy a Mercedes G-Class or a Range Rover. All the US cars are just useless gas-guzzlers. And those who are not were developed in Europe either by Ford of Europe (obviously for Ford), by Opel for GM or even by Fiat for Chrysler. The US is lagging behind in engine technology by miles and is today on the same innovation level with the emerging markets like China or even India, at least in automotive.
    Sorry, but that is just the way it is. Greetings from the world´s leading automotive hub!

  2. John Burns says:

    You need a unimog.

    • Tiger says:

      No, You just need a real jeep with a sophisticated fwd, a modern suspension and off-road capabilities. As I said, the Hummer is not such a thing. It is a pure show-off car, that feels at home in US suburbia. A 20 year or Landi would have gotten through that pond easily :)

      • Kayne says:

        Obviously you have no clue what an Unimog (built by Mercedes) is and what it is capable of.

        • Tiger says:

          I live in Germany and do 50% of my work in the autmotive industry, yes I know what an Unimog is. And I know of what it is capable, but You actually do not need an Unimog for this (it is hugely expensive btw). An old 5000 EUR Landi would be just enough to get through the deep water

  3. Faith Gorodki says:

    What’s the difference between boys and men? The price of their toys.

  4. J. Doe says:

    That’s a Russian car wash.

  5. Fred Johnson says:

    A smart person would have attached ropes to each end of the vehicle beforehand in case it had to be pulled out.

    An even smarter person, would have used that bridge back there…..

  6. jeffrey pigden says:

    The second one was a REAL Hummer. The first one is just a GMC Jimmy. Both were driven by drunken fools!

  7. Kent_Diego says:

    Great videos again.

  8. SSSR says:

    The Humma,that big Austrian bodybuilder made it famous,too bad he can’t be president of the United States!

  9. alessio says:

    hummer plummer.

  10. Anastasis says:

    Well,Toyota hilux 4×4,as mine,is the hardest.
    See in internet,”Top Gear-Toyota hilux 4×4.
    Very interesting.

    • Tiger says:

      Yes, a Hilux is much better than any Hummer. It is better off-road, it has a much more butter fuel consumption and is more reliable and practical and has a much more reasonable price tag as well. Speaking of Top Gear. Google the SUV challenge where they benchmarked Range Rover against a Cadillac Escalade and a Hummer. Both American cars totally broke down, the Escalate was even a total knockout with its car electronics totally destroyed while it tried to climb a hill. The Range Rover of course got on top of the mountain without any problems.

      • mini_man says:

        yes google that and when your done google a topgear video where the landrover(film crew vehicle) cant make it up a tiny hill with mud and a niva can. For a vehicle to be properly classified as an off road vehicle then it must feel out of place on a normal road aka no creature comforts like navi or sophisticated electronically controlled drive-train(diff locks, traction controls) therefore vehicles like newer civilian landrovers, g class mercs, Porsche and bmw suvs do not belong off-road no matter what the dealer says because they are rubbish. Unimog is another story entirely.

  11. cockatrice says:

    Poser American Bloatwagons posing as Wanna’ be military vehicles.

  12. petrohof says:

    hummer or hmmwv in us mil talk, is pure junk. other than its good ground clearance it can not go many places and certainly no place a u1300 would go. have owned both and unimog is 50 times better.

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