"Iris Ziroli's new beast seemed invincible: It could haul a trailer with 6,700 pounds of cargo, climb slopes at a 60-degree angle and zoom through water 20 inches deep without flinching. Or at least, that's what the pamphlets from her Southern California Hummer dealer promised.Sure, I shouldn't laugh... it's not funny... HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!!!
That's why the Murrieta real estate agent was so bewildered when the front end of her pewter-colored Hummer H2 sport-utility vehicle collapsed in February 2004, not during a wild off-road trek, but after she bumped a post in a Carl's Jr. drive-through.
When it hit the ground, the undercarriage of her vehicle screeched almost as loudly as her 6-month-old daughter riding in a car seat.
'I thought I was so safe because the H2 is so huge and strong,' Ziroli said. 'The way that Hummer fell apart in that drive-through was uncalled for.'"
Sunday, July 30, 2006
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Wheels are falling off Hummers