Working in sales you often get a company vehicle. For three long and agonizing years ours was a Black Hummer H2.
Driving a Hummer might very well be some peoples dream car, personally it was my nightmare. The car is big to start with, but when you think big you think cargo room, oh no that is just not the case. There is very little cargo space for the size of the vehicle and on top of that it only seats six people.
Then there is the issue of gas mileage, forget about it. It is supposed to get 12 mpg city and 16 mpg highway. I only got 10 mpg and felt like I was throwing money to the wind with this puppy.
Mechanical problems, well they never seemed to end. There were ignition problems, problems with the DVD, The radio broke, lock issues, do I need to go on? because I could!
On the pro side of this vehicle it does get peoples attention, if that is what you are going for. It also felt very safe to drive in.
Unless you feel that you absolutely need to be a driving billboard (in which case this is the car for you or your business) I would recommend that you keep your distance. I am happy to report that the lease on this one is almost up and my company will not be renewing it!