Saturday, October 22, 2011


2010 HUMMER H3T comes to fulfill the wish of the pickup truck lovers who always wished of a pickup truck from Hummer. The in terms of looks and style are almost identical to H3, as a matter of fact except for the V8 engine and its flexible fuel capability the HUMMER H3T remains the same H3 SUV.

But this doesn’t mean that the driver who loves playing in the dirt have to compromise anywhere, on the contrary the 2010 HUMMER H3T comes with aggressive approach, customary skid plates, munificent ground clearance, and sufficient wheel articulation to match the requirement of those tough guys. But if you aren’t a rough and tough guy and are thinking about buying a 2010 HUMMER H3T, it will be like using butchers knife for slicing the butter.


The base H3T features 16-inch steel wheels, full skid plates, air-conditioning, cruise control, OnStar telematics, Bluetooth connectivity, keyless entry, full power accessories and a six-speaker CD stereo with satellite radio. The Adventure adds an off-road suspension, a shorter-geared transfer case for better hill-climbing and descending, front and rear locking differentials, 33-inch off-road tires and a Monsoon audio system with a six-CD changer.

The Alpha adds a V8 engine, alloy wheels and embroidered headrests to the base H3T. The Luxury trim adds the following to the base H3T: the Monsoon system, leather upholstery, power and heated front seats and oversized floor mats. The range-topping Alpha with Leather has the features of the Luxury trim along with chrome wheels and exterior trim.

Option highlights (depending on trim) include a power sunroof, an in-dash six-CD changer, a navigation system and a rearview camera.

Seating for five includes an available power front driver’s seat, while fully loaded models sport leather seating surfaces and heated power front seats. Base-model H3T’s get a single-CD player, and the rest get a six-CD changer. Bluetooth compatibility, a six-speaker stereo and satellite radio are standard, while fully loaded models get a seven-speaker brand-name stereo upgrade and optional features including a DVD entertainment system with dual rear LCD screens and navigation.


A big, bold chrome grille, front and rear tow hooks and fog lights give the 2010 Hummer H3T a highly functional aesthetic, while sixteen-inch alloy wheels with 32-inch steel-belted all-terrain tires provide a look of off-road readiness, with the tools to match. 33-inch all-terrain tires are available as an option. The rugged body is bolted to a fully-welded steel frame, which rides on a beefy suspension. An off-road package includes even stronger suspension components and electronic-locking front and rear differentials. A chrome appearance package touches the mirrors, door handles and wheels, adding some shiny appeal.


The safety in such immensely powered trims is ensured by safety features such as traction control, an Antilock disc brakes, OnStar communications system, stability control and complete side curtain airbags.

Dual front and two-row curtain airbags protect outboard passengers in a crash, while four-wheel antilock brakes and an electronic stability system help prevent impact. NHTSA crash test ratings are not available for the H3T, but the H3 gets Four- and Five-Star ratings in front impact testing.

It’s a pickup truck, and it’s also a Hummer. That’s enough information to tell you the 2010 Hummer H3T is high on capabilities, ruggedness, and bold looks.,,

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