The 2014 Hummer H1 Alpha SUV is available in two body four passengers: a convertible four-door or four-door wagon. Standard on level one setting available includes items like power windows, the key-less entry, leather seats, cruise control, heated outside mirrors, air conditioning and an audio system of six CDs. The 2014 Hummer H1 central tire inflation system, which uses an on-board air compressor, allows the driver to adjust the tire pressure through the cockpit controls. The 2014 Hummer H1 standard wheel size is 17″ run-flat tires; two-piece aluminum wheels with 17-inch dual blocks of accounts are optional, as are special tires MT / R Goodyear Wrangler. There is also an Off-Road Adventure package including Eaton E-Locker differential locks front and rear, a winch 12,000 pounds and 17 inch wheels in two pieces.
2014 Hummer H1 Alpha Interior
Ergonomics in the cabin have been improved over the years, but still far behind competitors less expensive luxury SUV. The 2014 Hummer H1 Alpha seats are comfortable for smaller framed people, but many people will find space for passengers tightened at best. Enter and exit the 2014 Hummer H1 is an exercise, well, exercise. Big and clumsy switches that control various functions, and indicators are round units with a decidedly utilitarian air aftermarket. The cargo space is less than what is normally available on a full-size SUV.
2014 Hummer H1 Engine
The 2014Hummer H1 Alpha is equipped with a 6.6 liter V8 turbo-diesel engine. It has 300 horsepower and 520 lb-ft of torque and sends its power to all four wheels through a five-speed automatic transmission. Cubes with gears, limited slip front and rear differentials and electronic differential locks optional combine to give a high degree 2014 Hummer H1 Alpha low speed rock crawling capability. Properly equipped, the convertible version can tow up to 9.300 lbs.
2014 Hummer H1 Alpha Safety
The 2014 Hummer H1 Alpha Safety features are quite limited to standard anti-lock brakes and a tire pressure monitoring system tire. No airbags, not even for the driver. No government agency has crash tested the Hummer, but with a weight of at least 7,500 pounds, odds will typically be in the favor of the 2014 Hummer H1 Alpha.