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Hummer H2 11 28.21%
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Old 30th October 2005, 18:47   #1
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Default H2 vs RR Sport

This is a simple poll.

Given a choice which one would you prefer to choose?

PS: I voted for Range Rover Sport

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Old 30th October 2005, 19:22   #2
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the rr sport is a gud vehicle has superb on n off road performance n gud style, but nothing comes close to the road presence of a hummer, many wud agree with this. n dont forget its off road capabilities. i voted for the H2, hummers are stuck to my mind from childhood .
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Sport or otherwise, Range Rover is my favourite offroader.... always has been, always will be. It's the "original SUV".
The only offroaders comparable to the RR Sport are the Porsche Cayenne Turbo and the Mercedes G55 AMG.
Hummer sucks!
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Old 30th October 2005, 19:42   #4
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I would pick the H2. It's just HUGE and has lots of road presence. But then u'll need to have a gas station too
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Old 30th October 2005, 20:04   #5
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If I have to have a Rangie, it would only be the original big daddy Rangie.

Wheras in the Hummer's case, I wouldnt mind picking up an H2 because the H1 is so diffrent anyway!!!
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ranger mate. checked out a h1 when i was in uk, car like feel. 120-140kmph and mileage and bulk... range is much better loaded, and comfy unless i wanna play carmageddon
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Old 30th October 2005, 20:15   #7
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I would surely take the RR Sport...its a man's off roader, a true tribute the name SUV!!
The H2,as Karthik said must have an onboard Gas Station, and the interiors suck!!
The RR has plush interiors and performs upto the mark.
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Old 30th October 2005, 21:29   #8
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RR all the way. The H2 has nothing other than the road presence. Drinks like a fish & is basically a Chevy.
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The RRS anyday!! waiting desperately for he first one to arrive in Mumbai.. which will be soon!!
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Old 30th October 2005, 22:05   #10
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This is a no brainer for me... Its the Range Rover Sport
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i would definitly chose the range rover sport over the H2.as mentioned before the H2 is really huge and has road pressence.nothing else.and with mileage figures like that ill fear to go off road where there are no gas stations.


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Hummer H2 , of course.
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definitely the humvee!! in love with its massive size!! have to accept...it has road presence!
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RR Sport for me too.Its one brilliant car.

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The comparision isnt quite fair here... The H2 has a totally different image and offers a different package in whole.. its a true MUV... The RR sport is a hardcore SUV....but anyways if you must compare i would pick the RR sport
A better comparison would be the Cayenne_S with the RR Sport....hhmmm....i'd still pick the RR Sport....
But what puts me in the biggest dilemma is the Cayenne Turbo vs the RR sport TURBOCHARGED!......now thats a toughhhh one!
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