I got a really good deal on this used vehicle.
But not much room compare to my old and still running Bronco. ALso I blind spot up front between the windshield and windows.
Not as roomy and cargo space very tight.
Our Hummer H3
2007 Hummer H3TDJJR - Las Vegas, NV07/26/2010
I really like the Hummer H3 feels solid and able to take anything on the road. Engine is underpowered but, it is an H3. It is on a truck chasis but, is a SUV. The inside feels safe especially if you are concerned with a roll over. The Hummer H3 is very quiet on the road and you really feel or hear the road doing 65 + miles an hour.
I would recommend this vehicle to anyone.
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.
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.