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H2|race cars = }}'''Hummer''' was an American automotive manufacturer founded in 1992 producing off-road SUVs. The Hummer H1, which was Hummer's first model, was a civilian variant of the Humvee military purpose vehicle. The H2 and H3 were Hummer's first vehicles that were designed for the civilian market.
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|race cars = |police cars = H2 SUT<br>}}'''Hummer''' was an American automotive manufacturer founded in 1992 producing off-road SUVs. The Hummer H1, which was Hummer's first model, was a civilian variant of the Humvee military purpose vehicle. The H2 and H3 were Hummer's first vehicles that were designed for the civilian market.
   
 
Hummers were often critized for having poor fuel economy and being too large, which also posed a threat to smaller vehicles in accidents.
 
Hummers were often critized for having poor fuel economy and being too large, which also posed a threat to smaller vehicles in accidents.
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Template:Infobox Car BrandHummer was an American automotive manufacturer founded in 1992 producing off-road SUVs. The Hummer H1, which was Hummer's first model, was a civilian variant of the Humvee military purpose vehicle. The H2 and H3 were Hummer's first vehicles that were designed for the civilian market.

Hummers were often critized for having poor fuel economy and being too large, which also posed a threat to smaller vehicles in accidents.

Appearances

Need for Speed: Underground 2

Need for Speed: Nitro

Need for Speed: World

Need for Speed: Most Wanted (2012)

  • Hummer H1 Alpha (Mobile only)
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