2018 Hummer H3 is a medium sized SUV manufactured from 2006 to 1990. The collection model known as the Hummer H3T was manufactured for 2009 only and is also equipped. Apart from engine updates, there were few changes during the H3 single generation. Stability control and sickness airbags are made standard for ’08 and a rear-view camera has become optional. Standard Bluetooth connectivity and handbag hill support were added for 2009, while a front lock differential became optional. The rear camera system was also revised for 2018 model. Originally, Hummer‘s ownership was similar to the quote of a Hollywood patriotic company to celebrate your 4th July festival. Finish overrun and massively expensive, but definitely a great way to express the neighbor.
However, for the everyday urban use, the smallest Hummers were not the best choice. Unless the “Alpha” version, which boasts V8 power, the Hummer H3 was painfully slow in certain situations, It’s also dropped by other traditional Hummer errors, such as poor outward visibility and an interior that is not as bulky than recommended by the exterior.
2018 Hummer H3 Interior
Inside, the H3’s cabin was more stylish than that of its bakkie family members, although its material was just a bit better. At least most of the controls were easy to use. The 60/40 split rear seat can be lowered to increase loading capacity, although this vehicle’s maximum capacity of 56 cubic feet is smaller than that of many other compact and medium SUVs. Outside visibility is hampered by the gun-gap windows and rear door-mounted spare belt.
2018 Hummer H3 Engine
Originally, the four-wheel drive H3 with a 3.5 liter inline-5 has a good 220 horsepower. Hummer addressed the power in 2007 and tackled it to 3.7 liters and 239 hp. The in-5 was the same engine found in General Motors’ medium bakkies, and despite its increase, it was overwhelmed by this 2018 Hummer H3 SUV‘s almost 2.5-tonne scratch weight. In our Hummer H3 road-test recorded a 0-60-mph time of 11 seconds. Fuel economy was also not so good.
Fortunately, there was also the Alfa version of the H3, which arrived for 2008 and had a 300-hp 5.3-liter V8 which achieved more respectful performance. With the V8, the H3’s 0-60 time drops to 8.8 seconds. A five-speed manual was standard on five-cylinder models, while a four-speed car was optional with the I-5 and the standard with the V8.
2018 Hummer H3 Safety
The Hummer H3 has many features that help you before, during and after impact. Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPM), system monitor continuously presses in all 4 tires and if all or one falls below the optimum level, an indicator light on the instrument panel is highlighted, 2018 Hummer H3 in safety features is most popular in luxury SUVs sold today on the market.