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Hummer H3T
Hummer H3T NY
Manufacturer Hummer
Parent company Motors Liquidation Company
Production September 2008[1]–May 2010 [2]
Assembly Shreveport, Louisiana
Class Mid-size pickup truck
Body style(s) 4-door crew cab truck
Layout Front engine, four-wheel drive
Platform GM GMT745 platform
Engine(s) 3.7L (223 CID) 242 hp I5
5.3L (325 CID) 300 hp V8
Transmission(s) 4-speed automatic
5-speed manual
Wheelbase 134.2 in (3409 mm)
Length 210.3 in (5342 mm)
Width 85.1 in (2162 mm)
Height 72.2 in (1834 mm)
Related Chevrolet Colorado/GMC Canyon
Hummer H3
2009 red Hummer H3T Crew Cab Alpha side rear

The back of a 2009 H3T

The Hummer H3T is a mid-size pickup truck from the Hummer marque of American automaker General Motors. It was Hummer's first vehicle to be only sold as a pickup truck; the other is the larger Hummer H2, sold in SUV and SUT body styles. The H3T features a 5-foot bed with built-in storage boxes and is full-time four-wheel drive like other Hummer vehicles. The truck was originally shown as a concept car during the 2004 Los Angeles Auto Show, and a production version appeared at the 2008 Chicago Auto Show.

The H3 and H3T were discontinued after the 2010 model year as GM winded down the entire Hummer brand.

OptionsEdit

Dealers offer the H3T with one of several trim packages—standard H3T, H3T Adventure, H3T Luxury, and H3T Alpha (with cloth or leather trim)—and in one of many colors:[citation needed]

ReceptionEdit

Staff at the magazine Motor Trend took their "First Drive" of the H3T at Moab, Utah, and felt the truck "crawled up rock steps, ran through sand washes, and navigated steep ledges with confidence and capability to spare." However, they called its turning radius "uncomfortably wide" and said "at highway cruising it would've been nice to have a faster, firmer feel. "[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. 2009 Hummer H3T Production Starts. Automobile Magazine. Retrieved September 21, 2009.
  2. Hummer nears the end of the trail
  3. First Drive: 2009 Hummer H3T. Motor Trend. Retrieved September 21, 2009.

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