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HUMMER H3, SUV
#1247 of 1272 2010 Hummer H3 and H3T
Nov 09, 2009 (5:14 am)
Here's a small review of the 2010 Hummer H3 and H3T, including the original press release and some photos.
"All 2010 Alpha series’ models will be powered by a 5.3L V8 Flex Fuel engine rated at 300 hp and 320 lb.-ft. of torque. The engine is mated to a Hydra-Matic 4L60 electronically controlled four-speed automatic transmission. Is not much of a green car, but according to James Taylor..."
Here's the whole article:
2010 Hummer H3 and H3T
And also the picture gallery:
2010 Hummer H3 and H3T pictures
#1248 of 1272 Re: 2010 Hummer H3 and H3T [andrei3]
Nov 09, 2009 (7:34 pm)
if you want green join the girl scouts
#1249 of 1272 lower plastic grill removal
Feb 12, 2010 (2:13 pm)
can anyone tell me how to remove the lower plastic grill (behind this is where the horn is bolted on) on a 2006 hummer h3 so as to change the disgusting horn they come with? thanks.
#1250 of 1272 Re: Hummer won't start sometimes [hourcc]
May 10, 2010 (7:13 pm)
I had this problem. It happen several times and I never knew when it was going to strand me for almost exactly 10 minutes, yuntil the little light went off. I think the problem if gone, the solution... a new battery in my FOB, my car alarm.
Jul 14, 2010 (3:20 pm)
Four years ago in September a CRD was turned into her Blue_Beauty.
Preventative replacement of battery last autumn. Bilstein shocks, probably jumped the gun on that one. A pillars glued down twice. Greased squeeky heater tubes. Jumped the gun on changing out the factory tires but those Toyo AT's ride so nice. Dang shame some buyer couldn't get around factory and warranty issues. The front end issues could be fixed. Still a fine machine and reinforced when she lets me have the keys.
It feels dang good to have two nice, each in their own right, 4x4's.
H3 Adventure Pkg and JK Rubicon Unlimited.
Jul 25, 2010 (7:19 pm)
I really need an educated opinon about the H3. I have been looking for a new a car for awhile now. Thought I was going to be getting the Acura MDX but decided that it was insane to spend 30k or anything close to that for a used vehicle. I've only owned Honda so when it come GM im clueless. I get a lot of neg. feedback about GM vehicles but my friend leased an 07' Hummer and now that the lease is up just bought a brand new one. I really liked hers and with 50k on it shes had no mechanical issues which, from what I hear about other GM vehicles, is pretty impressive. If I would get a hummer (due to my growing family) I would probley get an 07' or 08' bc of my budget. As far as safety, reliability, and space (for 2 children) goes, would an H3 be a good and safe decision for my family and check book? Again, I've only owned Honda and LOOVEE them for their reliability but I'm not impressed with the look of the 07-08 models, shallow...i know! but it bothers me enough to explore all the options out there. Whatever vehicle I buy we will be keeping it about 5 years, maybe more, so I don't want something that I'm going to have to keep dumping $ into. I also have concerns since GM has stopped production of the H3's...does this mean they will be a pain to fix or deal with down the road? PLEASE help!
#1254 of 1272 Re: h3 for me? [which2choose]
Jul 26, 2010 (1:37 pm)
We have a 06 H3 Adventure/Lux model. We simply love it and have a ball with it. We like it because it is a very comfortable and capable off-road vehicle. A few thing that you should know. The mileage is around 17 to 20 mpg depending on your driving habits. We had a few maintenance issues early on but all were covered by waranty. As far a getting things fixed, we take ours to our local Cadillac/Hummer dealer and have been completely satisfied with GM service. The H3 is very comfortable and easy to drive and if you have winter weather, it is a great vehicle because of the 4 wheel drive and anti-skid capability. We tow ours behind our motorhome which works great. We have used it for Saturday nights our as well as off-road all over the USA and it has always gotten us home. We will probably keep it until the fenders rust off and our Hummer dealer can no longer pass it up. If you do get a H3 be sure to rotate the tires regularly because they tend to wear the outside edges. We absolutely love ours and there is plenty of room for 2 adults and 2 kids as well as other stuff that you want to take along with you.
#1255 of 1272 Re: h3 for me? [jimlee1]
Jul 27, 2010 (6:12 am)
Thanks for your input! I was just wondering if it would be a comfy fit for 2 kids or not? My sons car seat is pretty big, that seems to be the way they're making them now so when our 2nd comes along Im sure his or her car seat is going to be just as big. So all things considered do you think it would comfortably seat both of them? Also, do u know if hummers have child anchors in the back seat? They're little bars in the seat usually beside the seat belt buckles. Thanks agian for your response!
#1256 of 1272 Re: h3 for me? [which2choose]
Jul 28, 2010 (7:32 am)
Also, do u know if hummers have child anchors in the back seat?
The H3s all have LATCH child seat anchors if that's what you were asking.
If you go to HUMMER.com you can download the brochures and spec sheets for all the different models.