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What is the best year H2?

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Title says it all...facts and opinions welcome!
 
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2006 but definitelty any year prior to 08
 
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If you can afford a 08+ go for it....new engine and new interior.
 
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Originally Posted by dr.drew2 View Post
2006 but definitelty any year prior to 08
Why would you not want an 08 or 09, other than they will cost more?
 
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Yeah, I'm also curious, as I'm looking into buying an 08 H2...
 
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The newer the Better of course. I drive an H2 with 101,000 miles and it's still awesome and Perfect. Except for when I screw it up on accident.
 
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I wouldn't buy anything after 07 either....

I have more than one reason, so I will say...

1. More 6.0 engine parts to choose/pick from (aftermarket, and stock parts)

2. Dash *******.

3. More spare parts, interior changes were huge in 2008+.... older models stayed closer to each other, especially 2004-2007.

4. Older models are less "Escalade" and more badass. If I wanted Paddle shifters I'd buy a car with them.
 
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Originally Posted by Muddydawg75 View Post
I wouldn't buy anything after 07 either....

I have more than one reason, so I will say...

1. More 6.0 engine parts to choose/pick from (aftermarket, and stock parts)

2. Dash *******.

3. More spare parts, interior changes were huge in 2008+.... older models stayed closer to each other, especially 2004-2007.

4. Older models are less "Escalade" and more badass. If I wanted Paddle shifters I'd buy a car with them.


Very Well Said!
 
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Originally Posted by Muddydawg75 View Post
I wouldn't buy anything after 07 either....

I have more than one reason, so I will say...

1. More 6.0 engine parts to choose/pick from (aftermarket, and stock parts)

2. Dash *******.

3. More spare parts, interior changes were huge in 2008+.... older models stayed closer to each other, especially 2004-2007.

4. Older models are less "Escalade" and more badass. If I wanted Paddle shifters I'd buy a car with them.
Dash *******!
 
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Dash *******!
That's awesome. I didn't even think of it.
 

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