Bold styling, Kick butt of road capabilities, and a Zen when driving that you can't explain. The H3 Hummer has it all. Including a HUGE thirst for gas, but that is to be expected. The brand is not manufactured anymore but GM dealerships will service them for years to come. If you want a stable feel safe vehicle with military styling this is the truck to buy. I personally love my H3 Alpha, I would love it more if it got a few more mpg. Back to the Zen...lol you just have to get in one and drive it to understand, you will be hooked...
2008 Hummer H3mjdanceangel - Oklahoma City, OK09/29/2010
Love my hummer!!!
It was a very good investment...
I recently purchased a pre-owned H3, and I am in love. It garners a lot of attention, and I am particularly fond of its aesthetic appearance and high ground clearance. It's also quite nice knowing that should you need to go off-road for any reason you can go wherever the heck you want. The ride is surprisingly smooth, the interior is sharp, it handles very well, and I feel safer in my H3 than I do in other vehicles. I often find myself looking for excuses to drive it around town. The most common complaint of the H3 regards its lack of top end power as a result of the inline 5-cylinder engine. While this certainly is a disadvantage, the major advantage is that you have a far more fuel-efficient vehicle. I believe they offer V6 and V8 engines in the new 2008 year models, but I am quite content with my inline 5 and the savings at the pump.
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