Hummer

Buy a new Hummer in Chesterfield, Illinois, get a free new shotgun

Buy a new Hummer in Chesterfield, Illinois, get a free new shotgun 1The Hummer brand may soon gone. But it will either go down or stay around with a bang. To entice new sales for the downtrodden brand, the nation’s biggest dealer of the unique former military vehicle is offering a unique $2,000 perk — a new shotgun.

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Consumer Reports Selects Its Worst-10 Vehicles For 2008

Consumer Reports Selects Its Worst-10 Vehicles For 2008 2Consumer Reports recently announced the results of its annual car tests. Manufacturers relish being on the top-10 list and, of course, don’t appreciate being on the 10-worst list. Consumer Reports tests more than 50 vehicles each year in a program that includes 45 individual tests — emergency handling to acceleration, fuel economy to bumper impact.

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Ho-Hum, It's Another Hummer (Truck?)

Ho-Hum, It's Another Hummer (Truck?) 3With Hummer, it’s all or none. You’re a fan or not. There’s no middle ground. I’m in the latter category. I don’t understand the popularity of the extreme vehicles. But the unique vehicles have a loyal following, and that following will soon expand.

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