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Stock Number: 15517123
Location: CarMax Kansas City in Kansas City, Kansas 66204
Description Used 2008 Hummer H3 for sale - $19,998, 86,861 miles with , 4WD/AWD, 4WD/AWD, Leather Seats
Transmission: Automatic Color: Black Avg. Vehicle Review: 4.633 (121 reviews) "This is the best vehicle I've ever owned! The Hummer has lived up to its years of service!!! I've never felt as safe and comfortable as I do in my Hummer!!!!!! Thank you!!!"
*Price excludes tax, title & tags. Dealer fees up to $299 may apply.
This is the best vehicle I've ever owned! The Hummer has lived up to its years of service!!! I've never felt as safe and comfortable as I do in my Hummer!!!!!! Thank you!!!
I am really enjoying my Hummer H-3. Seating is very comfortable and has superior headroom (I'm 6' 2"). I also like the styling. It turns heads and draws favorable comments practically every time I drive it. Nice interior. The Hummer pulls strong with a trailer. Handling is good too. Mileage around town is 14 mpg, exactly as advertised. Haven't had it on any long trips yet to check the open road mileage but I expect 19 to 20 mpg. It doesn't have a lot of "punch" acceleration from a stop that I had expected from a V-5 engine. However has plenty of power, even when pulling a load uphill. It is in constant 4WD. Would have preferred a 2WD capability that likely would have improved gas mileage. Driving comfort is what you would expect from a vehicle with off road potential, just a tad stiff and bumpy but much better than the Jeep Liberty that it replaced. You can shut the engine off and remove the ignition key while the Hummer is still in gear. Then it will roll forward or backward if you are parked on even a gentle slope. Unless the H-3 has the tow package option you will need to have the vehicle wired for towing electrical connections if desired. There isn't a 7 pin plug connection unless you have the towing package option. Wife loves driving it too. Her usual vehicle is an Accura TL.
Great car with real comfort when driving. My only complaints are the 5 cylinder engine (lack of power) and some slight rattiling that I can't get sorted from the door panels. There isn't a lot of cargo capacity but then again that's not what the H3 is about. You drive the H3 and it makes a statement, especially a bright red H3. I'll probably move up to the H2 with my next purchase.