Hummer H3 Model Overview
Used Hummer H3
Hummer H3 Questions
What Does Service Tpm Mean?
Comes up above odometer reading
My Hummer Sometimes Will Not Start Like It Doesn't Want To Fire Up. Wait 10...
maybe is the fuel pump
I Have A 2006 H-3 That I Started To Have Problems Starting About Every 3 Mo...
Programming The H3 Rke
Lost a set of keys, ordered a new RKE & blank key off Ebay. Got the key cut & it works perfect. Now I am trying to find instructions how to program the remote. I have done this numerous times on Ford ...
How Do You Locate The Driver's Side Sunroof Drain Port At Firewall?
Having typical sunroof drain tubing problems. Have cleared tubing as good as possible without having two open ends. Rain water is no longer leaking at inside headliner openings, but leaks at insid...
About the Hummer H3
Like the H2, the 2007 Hummer H3 has only one engine option available, a 242hp, 3.7 liter, inline 5 cylinder. However, the H3 has received an additional transmission. Instead of just a 4-speed automatic, a 5-speed manual has been added as the standard transmission. Gas mileage for the 2007 Hummer H3 is pretty low, 15/19 miles per gallon. Smaller than the other Hummers, the H3 is a slightly more user friendly.
Most of the features available come standard in the 2007 Hummer H3. Air conditioning, cruise control, tire pressure monitors and a CD player are just a few of the standard features. The options include a CD changer, a navigation system and a sunroof. To keep you safe, the 2007 Hummer H3 has All-Wheel Drive, ABS, traction control and airbags. Certainly not as high end as the Hummer H2, the H3 is an excellent alternative if you need a more controlled Hummer.
Owners of the 2007 Hummer H3 liked the SUV overall. A common request was for more power, perhaps a V6 or even a V8 available. Gas mileage was also a source of contention with owners. Many owners were surprised by the maneuverability and turning radius of the H3. Overall, this is a Hummer that is made for people who don't quite need a full-sized beast. It's been tamed a little bit, and some folks need a calmer ride.