The life support keeping Hummer alive is going for another shallow breath. The Hummer H2 has suspended production.

This is not too much of a surprise in the industry because Hummer has been in trouble for a while now. General Motors has been looking to offload the brand since the high gas prices of last summer. That was before everyone’s credit hit the skids, making it even tougher to buy the expensive SUV.

The H2 was the largest civilian Hummer being produced after the H1 bowed out in 2006. Now the Chevrolet Colorado-based H3 as the lone Hummer left in production.

This is not a really big surprise after all. We knew already Hummer was in big trouble, and big cars are not the future. In conclusion the H3 production has been halted and 200 workers are without work.

“What we are doing at considerable difficulty and expense to the company is moving all eligible employees from the H2 workforce into other parts of the company — finding them jobs,” said Mac Nab. “That will start to happen at the beginning of March. Some of the older employees have already been moved.”

There is no info yet on when or if the production of the H2 will be started again.


Source: Hummer Guy

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  (714) posted on 09.10.2012

If they stop the production of this H2, it will be the end of the Hummer. I’m sure of them since a lot of people are following their units and models.

  (417) posted on 09.6.2012

What is the latest developments for the Hummer?

  (369) posted on 09.6.2012

Will they be focusing on the upcoming Hummers? Like the new generation of the Hummer?

  (702) posted on 09.5.2012

they may be stopped the production of this H, but it doesn’t mean that their business will end.

  (570) posted on 09.4.2012

I have an assumption that they will be making some adjustments to improve this model.

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