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2004 Hummer H1

2004 Hummer H1

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Even if you're just beginning to consider the Hummer H1, you've already made a conscious decision to leave the regular automotive market behind. Formerly employed by the US military, the H1 is easily the premiere off-roading machine out there.

The 2004 Hummer H1 is literally in a class by itself. Though generally termed a full-size sport-utility vehicle, it is actually a Class 3 truck. This means that it has a gross vehicle rating of more than 10,000 pounds and does not have to meet many of guidelines that other SUVs have to. So you see, it does more than just look unique.

Available Models
The 2004 Hummer H1 is offered in one base trim.

Interior Features
The 2004 Hummer H1 is presented as a four-door open top or a four-door wagon. Though their primary purpose is heavy-duty trailblazing, they are also surprisingly well appointed. Plus, there are plenty of dealer-installed accessories available as well.

Inside, the Hummer H1 has a nice array of features. Air conditioning with an auxiliary rear heater, a Monsoon AM/FM/cassette player with in-dash 6-disc CD changer, an outside-temperature indicator and a heated windshield are all standard.

Exterior Features
The 2004 Hummer H1 is instantly recognizable. It has a massive sixteen inches of ground clearance and an imposing design. The H1's short overhangs give it dramatic approach and departure angles of 72 degrees and 37.5 degrees, respectively. 17-inch aluminum wheels shod with 37-inch tires are also standard.

There is no questioning this vehicle's performance. It can climb up steep angles that other SUVs wouldn't dare touch, and it has no trouble crossing thirty-inch deep rivers.

The Hummer H1's engine is a 6.5-liter turbodiesel V8 with 205 horsepower at 3400 rpm and 440 lb-ft of torque at 1800 rpm. 4-speed electronic automatic transmission is standard.

The 2004 Hummer H1 is a four-wheel drive model that employs TorqTrac 4 technology. The system automatically reduces tire spin on severe terrain or slippery surfaces by applying the brake to the spinning wheel. This allows the differential to redistribute torque to those wheels with traction.

That's not it: there's also a Central Tire Inflation System and a Runflat Tire System, which allows you to drive for twenty miles on a flat. An optional Off-Road Adventure Package gives the Hummer H1 front and rear Eaton ELocker locking differential, plus other equipment.

Safety and Security
These models are very safe by the sheer ruggedness of their construction. In addition to this and the tire-inflation systems, the H1 also has antilock brakes and an auxiliary fuel tank.

New for the 2004 Hummer H1

6500 6.5L turbo-diesel V-8 enhanced to deliver more horsepower, more torque and improved emissions
Integrated in-dash six-disc CD Changer
Front ELocker locking differential now included in Off-road Adventure Package

Fast Stats
MSRP from
6.5L Turbo Diesel V8
195 @ 3400
4-speed auto
MPG: City/Hwy
not available

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