The Hummer H3T is a mid-size pickup that was available through the 2009 and 2010 model years.

The automobile was at first developed as a normal cab (two-door) theory pickup in 2003, that was shown at the 2004 LA Vehicle Show. The five-passenger four wheel drive-door crew-cab development version came out at the 2008 Chicago Vehicle Show. The H3T presented a 5-feet bed with built-in storage boxes and came in standard Hummer H3T, Hummer H3T Adventure, Hummer H3T Luxury, and Hummer H3T Alpha (with cloth or leather trim) trim packages.

A street test by Electric motor Trend reported this year’s 2009 Hummer pickup truck “crawled up rock and roll steps, ran through fine sand washes, and navigated steep ledges confidently and capacity to free.” They identified its making radius “uncomfortably large” and said “at highway cruising it would’ve been nice to truly have a faster, firmer feel.

International Markets

In 2007, GM South Africa launched Hummer creation in Slot Elizabeth. The place created the Hummer H3 for the Southern African market, as well as items exported to Asia and European countries. This stock also created a right-hand-drive version for the Australian market between 2007 and 2009. In Australia, the Hummer was written by GM Holden by specialist dealerships which were also associated with the Saab car brand, that was had by GM in those days.

The Hummer H3 was certified this year 2010 by japan Transportation Ministry for taxes breaks that place easier fuel-efficiency benchmarks for bulkier vehicles. The 4,700-pound (2,132 kg) H3’s 16 mpg-US (15 L/100 kilometres; 19 mpg-imp) average in city traffic cleared the mandatory Japanese emissions benchmarks in accordance with its weight. A complete of 723 Hummers were bought from Japan through the a year before March 2009.

Motorsports

Robby Gordon competed in the 2010 Dakar Rally in an objective built, tube shape framework hummer h2 H3, concluding eighth overall.

Hummer Plug-in hybrid

In early on 2009, Raser Systems and FEV built a prototype plug-in crossbreed H3 which could achieve up to 100 MPG given enough main electric power. This vehicle was renamed the Electric Hummer H3, and later showcased by California Status Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger at a press discussion at their state Capitol in Sacramento within a campaign to market greener vehicles.

End of the Hummer

By the end of Feb 2010, Basic Motors announced it could get started dismantling the Hummer brand. After filling up a rental-car fleet order, the previous Hummer H3T rolled off collection at Shreveport on, may 24, 2010.

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