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Customer Review Summary for Hummer
2007 Hummer H3
2007 Hummer H3LS3CAM - SoCal Mountains03/13/2011
It is sure a shame that GM had to shed the Hummer brand. The H3 is one of the most capable 4X4s ever. The wife and I needed to add and additional vehicle to our household. It had to be either a truck or SUV, and had to be four wheel drive. We live in the SoCal Mountains and get quite a bit of snow in the winter. The H3 is full time four wheel drive with four wheel lock and four-low lock. The inline 5 cylinder engine provides decent power and fuel economy. It has plenty of room inside for all of the kid's baseball and football equipment. It is the perfect size! Not too big and not too small. I would highly recommend this vehicle to anyone needing a mid-size 4X4 vehicle.
I owned it for 3 months and had to get rid of it, it was becoming too much of a problem. It was in the shop for 2.5 of those three months I owned it. The sunroof repeatedly leaked and was repeatedly repaired. The drainage issue also caused water to get inside the vehicle constantly and left aweful odors. The engine light came on for a temp sensor, needed an alignment, brakes and rotors right away, the ignition had to be replaced as it left me stranded several times due to passlock failure, the windshield wipers would intermittently work or not work. The last straw was more electrical issues. The blower motor would intermittently work, all tue lights kept turning off and on, the door locks would lock and unlock themselves, ecu went bad.
Try the H2
2008 Hummer H3carfreeek - Atlanta Ga.02/06/2011
Maybe if I didnt own a H2 before, I would rate the H3 better. It does however drives very well in the snow. The H2 is 10x better.
They’re big. They’re bold. They’re kinda in your face. Tall pickup trucks and SUVs have the kind of ride height that gets you over, through, and around the kind of rough terrain which stops other vehicles in their tracks. If you live in a place with lots of snow, mud, or uneven ground, ride height (defined as the distance between the bottom of your truck’s tires and the lowest point on the underside) is probably more important to you than road-hugging and handling characteristics and strong fuel efficiency.