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HUMMER H3, SUV
#776 of 1272 A truck in sheep's clothing
by steve_ HOST
Jan 20, 2006 (2:45 pm)
"If you want a comfortable, carlike SUV, go buy one, there are dozens to choose from. But if it's a hard-core, go-anywhere truck that lights your fire, the 2006 Hummer H3 delivers.
It's like a billy goat off-road, it intimidates other drivers like it has a cannon mounted to its roof and you can park it on smaller vehicles in crowded urban parking lots."
Full Test: 2006 Hummer H3 (Inside Line)
#778 of 1272 Re: Cost Savings [bosshoss1]
Jan 20, 2006 (3:49 pm)
I am interested in a GMD.
#779 of 1272 Re: Also Finally got my H3... [bosshoss1]
Jan 20, 2006 (4:08 pm)
I would love to have an GMID, we are planning on buying a Hummer at the end of the month,what do I need to do,
#780 of 1272 Re: Also Finally got my H3... [emal1999]
Jan 20, 2006 (7:49 pm)
Sorry everyone we are out of GMID's this month will have 4 more Feb. 1 Others here on list have GMID's available. Look around. You need to email me with your birthdate and last 4 numbers of your SS# to get a GMID.
Sorry everyone, will post again FEB 1 when we get more.
#781 of 1272 Re: H3 Options [marblez]
Jan 20, 2006 (10:27 pm)
I am looking at teh Husky mud flaps but seem to find a very large variance of prices from $69.00 to $29.00. SUXaccessories seems to have the best price. I am looking for a spare tire cover to, anyon ehave a suggested retailer? Thanks
#782 of 1272 Re: H3 Options [104thcavalry]
Jan 21, 2006 (6:13 am)
The Husky flaps (29.95) at the link in my post will be cheaper as they give free shipping.I put them on and they look perfect. They had 10% off until yesterday. If you just want a plain tire cover Advance Auto Parts has several starting at about 15 (part# 95014 ) If you want one that says Hummer you might want to try ebay, I have seen several on there.
Jan 21, 2006 (9:37 pm)
I finally picked up my superior blue H3 (thanks for the GMID number Mr. Ott). I have put about 300 miles on it and really enjoy it. It cruises well down the highway, is very quiet, feels well built, and the stereo is awesome.
A few issues so far, the 6 disk stereo is mounted slightly crooked so it the radio surround is a tick off. I have called about it and the service department said to just bring it in and they will fix it. I do have a peave, the center counsel is nice and deep and most of the ones I test drove had a nice little basket in the counsel. The dealer claims those small baskets only come in the Lux models which I find had to beleive but impossible to dispute.
I have ordered the husky mud flaps based on the majority of H3 owners and a Spare tire cover.
#785 of 1272 Re: Superior Blue [104thcavalry]
Jan 22, 2006 (5:11 pm)
Check on another model similiar to yours and see if the basket is in the console. If it is ask the dealership to provide the part and if it does not come with your model, see if you can order it for your H3. The Husky Floor Mats are the best investment to make. I've had them in my Trucks for the last 10 years and they keep the truck very clean and they look nice if kept up. The mud flaps are also a good investment to prevent body damage from rocks and so forth. Even if you have solid steps, they are a good idea. If you can, take a picture of your cd changer area in case the dealership damages the surrounding area. That will help you in your discussions with them if you have any problems and hopefully you don't.