November 22, 2002 6:33 PM Subscribe
General Motors is releasing their newest civilian issue of the military hummer vehicle. It costs $52,000, weighs almost 7,000 pounds, is sixteen feet long, requires a 316-horsepower engine, and averages 10.1 miles to the gallon. It's a practical car that can be an everyday family driver. That's the actual review. So have we officially reached the point of American opulence where a three-ton piece of military equipment that comes standard with it's own 18-year old male to risk his life in the Gulf just for you is legitimately considered a "practical" addition to the American household, or was this reviewer just getting his own special hummer from General Motors?
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