The Hummer H3

The newest addition to the Hummer family is the Hummer H3 and this car is also the smallest of the family members. Compared to its predecessors, the Hummer H3 is less of an extreme car and more of an ordinary SUV at least to the naked eye. The Hummer 3 has however received standing ovations for its capacity in rough terrain; this car will take your kids to soccer practice even if you have to driver through a flooded field in Uzbekistan to get them there. The H3 is equipped with a 3.5-liter 5-cylinder engine that can develop 220 hp and 225 foot-pounds of torque and its road handling capabilities are excellent.


On the downside, the Hummer H3 is uses up a lot of gas compared to other SUVs. The Hummer H1 and H2 are both infamous for their fuel consumption and the H3 will do not better than 18 miles per gallon on the highway. The MPG for city driving is 14, which is not very impressive. Another difficulty noted by some Hummer H3 drivers is poor visibility. This is not a problem if you are fairly tall, but shorter persons can have a hard time keeping an eye on certain angles while driving your H3. This is naturally a problem for road safety, especially when driving in areas with a lot of bikers and pedestrians.