About Hummer H3
The Hummer H3 is an off-road vehicle succeeding H2 and H1 and was produced by General Motors from 2005 to 2010. Its successor is GMC Hummer EV. The size of the vehicle is the smallest among all lineups, offering as a 4-door SUV or a 4-door pickup called H3T. They were not developed by AM General, which was uncommon compared to the previous two models but was based on GMT355, which partly underpinned the GMC Canyon and Chevrolet Colorado assembled in South Africa.
For the exterior, compared to H2, the Hummer H3 retains square air intakes, an almost vertical front windshield, round headlights with square light frames, a straight waterfall seven-hole tank grille, and a four-wheel automatic inflator. Keep its wild style and in the meantime smaller in size, making it more suitable for driving in urban areas. Although it may turn out that H3 is not as luxurious as H2, there is still an excellent performance in comfort including heated leather seats, a power sunroof, and a navigation system that add more practicality for everyday use. Moreover, the luxuries on H2 are indeed optional for the Hummer H3 or H3T.
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The off-road performance also proves that the Hummer H3 deserves the name. It has the capability to ford 27 inches of water at a 5mph speed and 20 inches at a 20mph speed, and the wide break-over angles allow the vehicle to go over a 16 inches vertical. A standard Hummer H3 is equipped with front and rear recovery hooks, while the trailer hitch and wiring harness are optional. The most characteristic device is its fraction control that can independently use the brakes to stop wheelspin and adjust traction by road conditions. Special device means special maintenance, and also means special parts. We provide those precise parts for those who need replacement or for other purposes. The parts are designed and checked by the same team that developed the vehicle, so choose our parts with confidence and we will never let you down.
The total sale of the Hummer H3 from 2005 to 2010 was 159,529, in which the sales in the year 2006 was the peak, containing the number of 54,052. The end of production was announced by General Motors at the end of February 2010, and the last Hummer H3T was assembled on May 24, 2010, leaving its mark on the history of the vehicle.