Hummer User Reviews
In general, the Hummer H2 vehicle has a truly remarkable look and feel to it. It is a joy to drive, has great features, and offers a unique experience. The only disadvantage is the fuel economy, which is what caused the brand to be discontinued in the first place. When compared to other full-sized SUVs of a similar size, the H2 has a slightly lower fuel economy. However, this is compensated by its distinct styling and its off-roading capability. It is a shame that the H2 was discontinued and GM is rumored to bring it back in an electric form. It will be exciting to see what GM does with the Hummer brand in the future. Despite its fuel economy issues, the H2 is a fantastic SUV and is certainly worth considering.
As I clambered onto the enormous, American-made vehicle, I was really excited about the prospect of getting to drive it. However, my enthusiasm quickly evaporated when I saw the interior, which was covered in cheap, beige and grey plastic. Oh, and t the centre console storage compartment isn't much better - I accidentally cracked it when I leaned my elbow on it. To be honest, the dashboard material in your kid's Power Wheels is of a higher quality than the one in the Hummer H2.
As terrible of a car as it is, it's simply too captivating to be disregarded.
When you lay eyes on a Hummer H2, you realize that it was made to look cool, but that's about all. There's a faux central tire inflation system, and the gas mileage is unimpressive at just 12 mpg. Parking the H2 is a challenge due to its size, and the interior isn't very spacious compared to the exterior dimensions. In fact, the cargo space is even smaller than a Honda Pilot's. You'd expect the brakes to be effective, yet it takes forever to slow down, and you get a whiff of burned brake pad emissions in the cabin. Was this normal? Who knows, but it was definitely a frightening experience.
Issues with oil pressure were a typical grievance, repairs for this kind of issue can cost up to 5,70,000 INR
Many 2006 Hummer H2 proprietors detailed noisy thumping clamors close by coolant misfortune. Most of them supplanted their oil siphon to determine the issue, yet, in many cases, the issue stayed. Sadly, a few drivers had to supplant their motor to take care of the issue. A few 2003-2006 Hummer H2 proprietors have grumbled that their SUV is inclined to motor stalling and low idle speed. Ordinarily, servicing the throttle body fixed the issue. Throttle body cleaning regularly expenses some place in the scope of 18,000 - 20,000 INR
On the off chance that you experience this issue with your Hummer, note that various hidden issues can cause your H2 to stall. Thus, it's ideal to take your vehicle to an auto fix shop for legitimate analysis.
No matter how resilient your Hummer is, it is sure to require some repairs as it gets more seasoned. Here are a few of the issues your H2 may experience after some time:
Be that as it may, a gas top issue isn't the main issue that can initiate the check motor light. Thus, in the event that you experience this side effect, it's ideal to take your vehicle to your specialist for legitimate analysis.
Hummers are designed to tackle off-road conditions and severest of weather situations. Adhering to the regular maintenance timetable and replacing broken parts as soon as possible will keep your H2 running for 300,000 to 500,000 miles without any big fixes.
After owning my 2008 HUMMER H3 for a few months, I am still in love with the exterior. It looks powerful and aggressive, and I can't help but feel a sense of adventure when I'm behind the wheel. Unfortunately, the interior design could use some work. The arm rest of the door panel is too low for my comfort, and I have to constantly kink my neck down when I'm stopped at a stop light. There is also no storage space for sunglasses or purses, which is a bit inconvenient.
Additionally, the dirt and splash from the road can easily get up the sides of the front door and door handles after driving over a puddle. As a female in my mid 50's, I wanted to find a vehicle that I could enjoy driving and that wasn't a van. I'm glad I chose the H3, despite its design flaws.
This vehicle is AMAZING. Yes, I am absolutely astounded by how anyone other than a GM employee could possibly buy one of these cars. The 5-speed manual transmission is subpar, with my old dump truck having a tighter linkage. The front seats are the worst I have ever sat in; they feel like I’m sinking into a bucket, and the side bolsters are so tight that my right leg falls asleep. It feels like a cheap attempt at a sports car-like seating. The fold-down rear seats don’t fold down completely flat, and the steering wheel doesn’t telescope to make up for the terrible seating position. Furthermore, dirt, mud, and snow are often thrown up onto the door handles by the tires.
The HUMMER H3 is a really fun vehicle to drive. I have never experienced such a feeling of control as I have with the H3. It responds quickly to commands and feels secure and stable no matter the terrain. The 3.7 liter 5 cylinder engine provides plenty of power and is surprisingly fuel efficient. I have seen up to 15.5 mpg on mountain roads. The interior is quite roomy and the seats are comfortable enough for long journeys. Visibility from the driver's seat is not the best, but it's manageable. All in all, the HUMMER H3 is a great ride for anyone looking for a reliable off-road vehicle that is both fun and functional.
I was a bit apprehensive about my purchase. But I'm glad that I didn't let any reviews sway my decision. My H3 has been the best car I have ever owned. In the past three years, I have tried out four new cars, and I finally found one that I truly love. I had been trying to get my wife to let me use her car every time we go out for a ride, so as to keep my miles down, but she wouldn't agree. She loves riding in the H3 no matter what the mileage. Many people try to modify it and make it something that it's not. I bought the H3 because it was already perfect; the look is sharp, driving it is a lot of fun, and it is easy to maintain.
The Hummer H3 is an off-road ready SUV that is designed for those who need a vehicle that can handle rough terrain. It comes standard with a 3.7-liter I-5 engine that produces 239 horsepower and 241 pound-feet of torque, and a five-speed manual transmission. An optional four-speed automatic is also available. All Hummers come with four-wheel drive, two-speed transfer case, and front and rear locking differentials.
The H3 Alpha model is equipped with a 5.3-liter V-8 engine that produces 300 horsepower and 320 pound-feet of torque, and is backed by a four-speed automatic transmission. The Hummer H3 also features four-wheel anti-lock brakes (ABS), dual front airbags, curtain first and second row overhead airbags, airbag occupancy sensor, four-wheel drive, hill start off assist traction control, and StabiliTrak stability control and OnStar all come standard. The fuel economy of the Hummer H3 is on the lower side of the spectrum, with the standard model achieving 14 mpg city/18 mpg highway, and the Alpha model achieving 13 mpg city/16 mpg highway.
The Hummer H3 offers distinctive styling, good off-road ability, and a five-cylinder engine. However, its poor fuel economy and limited interior space can be drawbacks.
The Hummer H3 was designed to be a more compact and fuel-efficient option compared to the H2. It was offered in SUV and truck bodystyles, with a range of available engines, including a 3.7L I-5 and a 5.3L V-8. Transmissions included a 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic. It was available in four trim levels - Base, Adventure, Luxury, and Alpha - with the Alpha trim featuring the 5.3L V-8 engine for increased power and performance, although it did come at the cost of fuel efficiency. The H3 proved to be a competent off-roader, but its combination of high weight and weaker engine meant that it wasn't quite as capable as its bigger brother, the H2.