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Hummer H3 ALPHA

2008 Hummer H3 Chief - Chandler Arizona 11/25/2010

I drove a standard 5 cylinder H3 Hummer and then after a lot of on line research I found a H3 Hummer ALPHA with the 5.3 V8 engine. "WOW" what a difference and I am not at all disappointed in my purchase of a Hummer. The performance and maneuverability of the H3 ALPHA is simply amazing. This thing navigates city streets and parking lots with little of no effort and when entering freeways it is amazing how safley it blends in with freeway speeds for a heavy vehicle. Buying a Hummer it is understood gas mileage is not a factor. As far as off road the ALPHA makes a huge difference. I would highly recommend the HUMMER H3 ALPHA and the H2 HUMMER to anyone in the market for a dual purpose vehicle. I think the HUMMER got a bad rap and with hope GM will bring it back.

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2006 Hummer H3 Jack - Indianapolis, In. 07/31/2008

I have had my Hummer 3 for 2 months and I love it. Mine is silver with crome mirrors and gas-cap. It also came with the custom bar on the front. The gas milage is surprisingly affordable. Mine is somewhere around 20 miles per gallon (highway). The best thing I enjoy is the tightness of the drive. It gives me more security. The appearance is like no other vehicle I've ever had. I look foward to taking it off road just to see what I've got.


2007 Hummer H3 Hummer Guy - KS 07/19/2012

What a excellent vehicle! It has a substantual feel - very solid. For a four by four the ride is very good. Excellent space for others and gear. It has to have the best stock stereo system ever. It will blow you out! Off road, it can handle more than I feel comfortable trying to drive over. Would like a little better milage per gallon, but all in all, I would not want to drive anything else.

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