HUMMER H3 Review – Research New & Used HUMMER H3 Models | Edmunds

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Hummer H3

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Originally, ownership was kind of like a Hollywood pyrotechnic company to run Fourth of July celebration complete overkill and massively but surely a great way to impress the out of the neighbors. Then came the H3. It was designed to be the real world less pyrotechnics and more

That’s not to say that the company’s stopped their testosterone drip. The H3’s styling proclaimed loudly that a card-carrying member of the Hummer and the truck had more off-road than just about other midsize SUV when the ends.

For everyday urban use, the smallest of Hummers still the best choice. Unless you driving the Alpha version, boasted V8 power, the Hummer H3 was slow in certain situations. It was let down by other traditional faults such as poor visibility and an interior that as voluminous as its exterior styling

If you’re keen on the H3’s and style, or if you plan on plenty of use, a used H3 should be a purchase. Still, our editors that most buyers be better served by other midsize SUVs.

Current Hummer H3

The Hummer H3 was a SUV that was produced from A pickup-style model known as the H3T was only for 2009 and was equipped

Hummer H3

Originally, the four-wheel-drive H3 came a 3.5-liter inline-5 good for a 220 horsepower. Hummer addressed the shortage in 2007, bumping it up to 3.7 and 239 hp. The inline-5 was the same engine in General Motors’ midsize and despite its increase, it was overwhelmed by SUV’s nearly 2.5 tons of weight. In our Hummer H3 road we recorded a 0-60-mph time of 11

Fuel economy wasn’t all great either. Fortunately, was also the Alpha version of the H3, arrived for 2008 and sported a 5.3-liter V8 that provided respectable performance. With the V8, the 0-60 time drops to 8.8

A five-speed manual was standard on models, while a four-speed was optional with the I-5 and standard the V8.

Allowed to play in the dirt, the Hummer was basically unstoppable. 9.1 inches of ground clearance, of wheel travel, oversized tires and standard skid the H3 could pretty much go you wanted without taking For optimum performance, adding the Off-Road Suspension package a shorter-geared transfer case for hill climbing and descending, a rear differential, 33-inch tires and firmer suspension

Inside, the H3’s cabin was stylish than those of its relatives, though its materials only a bit better (meaning not good). At least most of the were easy to use. The rear seat could be to increase cargo capacity, this vehicle’s maximum of 56 cubic feet was smaller that of many other and midsize SUVs.

Outward was hampered by the gun-…-style windows and spare tire.

Aside its engine updates, there few changes during the H3’s generation. Stability control and curtain airbags were standard for ’08 and a rearview became optional.

Standard Bluetooth connectivity and transmission hill-start assist added for ’09, while a locking differential became The rearview camera system was revised.

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