Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 2008 Hummer H2 is the full embodiment of a modern classic. It's an extra-sharp SUV with a ton of desirable features like three rows of seating, luxury amenities, and the largest motor offered in the series. And this low-mileage, one-owner 4x4 has the right look and care to be a stunning collectible.
This was the kind of Hummer that wanted to be bold, and so it seems fitting to be ordered in Solar Flare Metallic. And when you have a one-owner machine that has averaged only 2k miles annually, this original application still has a deep shine to give it a scorching presence. And we like how the bright orange makes for a distinct contrast to show off the flared fenders, roof rack, tow hitch, beefy bumpers, and deeply tinted windows. It really looks like all the option boxes were checked on this one. This includes the form-fitting brush guard, bright side steps looking good in-between polished wheels, and skid pales front and rear. So while a proper Hummer always looks ready for an epic quest, this one also has the kind of style that makes sure the valet will park it in front when you're on urban adventures, too.
If you like the dark accenting of the exterior, then you'll love the full black interior. Because this has barely gone any miles, the moment you hop into this H2, it will almost feel like you're transmitted back to the Hummer dealership. Yes, it's that fresh and preserved. So the supple leather looks great on all three rows of seating. And if you plan on taking a road trip, the third row folds up quickly or can be removed entirely to provide an expedition's worth of cargo space. But what you'll really love the best about this H2 is its level of luxury. This includes a power sunroof, power windows, power locks, automatic headlights, keyless entry, dual airbags, side airbags, anti-lock brakes, traction control, a rear entertainment system, two rows of heated seats, and dual-zone automatic A/C climate control. And the touchscreen infotainment system features Bose speakers, a navigation system, and a backup camera. The driver's seat is a true command position with a power seat that remembers your ideal position. Plus, there are fingertip controls on the steering wheel, a tilt column, a crisp full gauge package, and a tall position. So it's easy to feel comfortable while owning the road.
One of the reasons why the H2 remains popular is because you get the distinct style of a retired brand, but the mechanical elements are some of the best from GM. In fact, the 6.2-liter fuel-injected V8 was a special motor used only for premium products like the Cadillac Escalade and GMC Denali. It was only offered in the H2 for the final two years, and so this original powerplant is quite a sought-after item. The upgraded motor also got the upgraded 6L80E six-speed automatic transmission. There are more great driving features like power steering, cruise control, and four-wheel power disc brakes. But remember that anytime enjoyment means on or off-road. So while this one looks like it has never left the pavement, the proper 4x4 transfer case with a locking axle means it's ready to go at a moment's notice.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual packet. It's just another piece that helps tell the full story of a loaded and preserved ultra-premium SUV. So if you've been looking for the best in a luxury modern classic, you know you need this H2. Call today!!!
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