2019 Hummer H3 is a field vehicle produced by General Motors from 2005 to 2010. The smallest model of the Hummer range is presented as a 5-door SUV or a 4-door bakkie known as the 2019 Hummer H3T. Unlike the larger 2019 Hummer H1 and 2019 Hummer H2 models, the 2019 H3 has not been developed by AM General. Hummer H3 was launched for the 2006 model year, based on a revised GMT355 that supported the Chevrolet Colorado / GMC Canyon compact pickup vehicles. H3 was also built at GM’s Shreveport Operations in Shreveport, Louisiana and the Port Elizabeth plant in South Africa.
While mechanical relationship with the Colorado and Canyon, GM claims they share only 10% of their components, with the chassis adjusted and reinforced for heavy duty off-road lights.
2019 Hummer H3 Design
The design of the 2019 Hummer H3 is not ordinary and similar to other modern trucks on the market, but it should not be its painful place. The wide and aggressive front is decorated with recognizable gridded grills and the very wide front of chrome. There are also two small and rounded lights on the sides. The back is flat, with an extra band on the truck door and simple back-lights. The car is high with a very high seat for the driver.
2019 Hummer H3, of course, has not made it attractive or comfortable, so the cabin is rugged, large and simple, with not many additions and equipment. However, there is a good combination of brown and black leather on the wide seats, wide and very accessible dashboard and certainly very attractive chromatic details. In terms of technology, there are things like DVD player, navigation system, travel control, Bluetooth, control windows, remote keys and many other things.
2019 Hummer H3 Engine
The Humer H3 launched with a 3.5 liter straight-5 cylinder L52 engine that produced 220 hp (160 kW) and 225 lbf · ft (305 N · m) torque and a standard five-speed Aisin AR5 manual transmission is connected or an optional Hydra-Matic 4L60-E four-speed automatic transmission. In 2007, this engine was replaced by the 3.7 liter LLR which produced 242 hp (180 kW) and 242 lbf · ft (328 N · m) torque, figures revised in 2009 to 239 hp (178 kW) and 241 hp lbf · ft (327 N · m). Under revised EPA test standards, when equipped with transmission, this straight-5 engine achieved 14 mpg-US (17 l / 100 km) in the city and 18 mpg-US (13 l / 100 km) on the highway with a combined average of 15 mpg-US (16 l / 100 km).
Available with the automatic gearbox only, a 5.3 liter LH8 V8 engine that delivers 300 hp (220 kW) and 320 lbf · ft (430 N · m) torque was added to the Alpha model in 2008. The V8 version has a lower fuel consumption, measured at 13 mpg US (18 l / 100 km) in the city, 16 mpg-US (15 l / 100 km) on the highway, with an average average of 14 mpg-US 17 l / 100 km).
2019 Hummer H3 Safety
Electronic stability control, anti-lock four-wheel brakes, brake-controlled traction control, LATCH seat anchors and tire pressure monitoring were standard features on the Hummer 2019 H3 model. The side curtain airbags were optional until 2008 when made standard. The 2019 Hummer H3 ranked second highest score by the highway safety insurance institute, as well as leading margins and side crashes (with airbags) and Poor