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Hummer announced updates for 2010 H3 models

2010 hummer h3 at Hummer announced updates for 2010 H3 models

Hummer is doing a slow business these days as it’s going to become a Chinese-owned company. That can explain why they’ve come up with such slight updates for the 2010 H3 and H3T models! maybe they are not in the mood! Anyway, for the new year, these midsize all-terrain vehicles will get three new exterior colors and a new E85 Flex Fuel capable 5.3 Liter V8 engine. By introducing a bio-fuel engine for the Hummer range, they are showing their commitment to the environment!

This ethanol-capable engine is based on the GM’s small block V8 family and has an aluminum cylinder block which makes it light and also helps with the car’s weight distribution. It develops 300 horsepower (224 kW) and 320 lb.-ft. of torque (434 Nm). This engine comes with a Hydra-Matic 4L60 electronically controlled four-speed automatic transmission.

Hummer also continues to expand customer choice with the introduction of three new premium colors for 2010, which include Red Rock Metallic, Silver Stone Metallic, and Canyon Metallic. 2010 H3 and H3T also come with a long list of standard equipments, including: full-time electronic four-wheel drive; Hill Start Assist; Stabilitrak electronic stability control system; four-wheel anti-lock brakes with traction control; roof-rail side curtain airbags and dual-stage frontal air bags with passenger sensing system; tire pressure monitoring system; OnStar; bluetooth hands-free capability and HUMMER’s premium five-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty plan.

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Available from December 2009 in GM dealerships, pricing for the 2010 model year H3 remains unchanged from 2009, with a starting MSRP of $33,390. H3T pricing begins at $30,915, a slight $165 increase from 2009. HUMMER has lowered the 2010 H3T Alpha price $335 with a new MSRP of $35,680. All 2010 models also include destination charges of $780.

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