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Hummer which was known as a good brand for trucks and SUVs inspired by military-grade specifics and body build. Hummer was marketed by American Motors General. Initially, Hummer was sold as a civilian version of the Humvee. It was considered as one of the topmost models for rugged and tough roads. The Hummer immediately grabbed the attention of the buyers. As it was an attention-grabbing version designed as a civilian Humvee, inspired by the tough American military.
Arnold Schwarzenegger filmed a movie with the military version of the Hummer. Gradually, they began a campaign for the civilian version of the Hummer. He became the first celebrity bagging the civilian Humvee which soon became a trend among the topmost celebrities.
27 years ago on January 22, 1992, Hummer was introduced in this world. 7 years later, General Motors bought the rights from AM General for distributing and marketing the car. Soon, GM got the car enthusiasts its own designed model Hummer H2 (around 8600 pounds) in 2002. The model was considered a smaller and less expensive version of the original model.
The Hummer H3 model was launched in 2005. The H3 model was even smaller (5800 pounds) than the H2 model. The model offered better fuel efficiency as compared to the earlier models. Later, in 2006 GM had to stop the production of the original H1 model due to low sales. However, The same year Hummer started exporting and distributing the models in 33 countries.
Later, in 2008, there was an increase in the financial crisis, a rise in gas prices and awareness for environmental concerns. As a result, the sales of Hummer was lowered to almost 50 percent in the same year.
Thereafter, things were not the same for General Motors in the automobile industry, as it was hit hard with the recession, decreasing economy and subsiding auto sales, in 2008. Therefore, General Motors had to pay a multi-billion on dollar bailout loan to stay in the market.
Until 2008, the Hummer was the top-selling company for trucks and SUVs. But, on June 1, 2009, GM had to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. After that GM sold the Hummer brand to a Chinese machinery company.
However, later in 2010, GM announced that the deal had failed and the Hummer was to shut down. It marked the end for the most loved American military inspired trucks and SUVs brand.|At present, you can buy a civilian Humvee-C series in the US.
Where to find my VIN Number?
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