2009 Hummer Ratings, Reviews and Awards

Military design and capable features are HUMMER's claim to fame, both of which have been upgraded in the 2009 H2 and H3 models. The five-passenger H2 now featured a third-row seating option and second-row captain's chairs along with a Black Chrome limited edition exterior. OnStar navigation, Bluetooth capability, and real-time traffic updates were all added as luxury features. The V8 engine that made the H2 such a powerhouse now featured FlexFuel E85 capability to increase fuel economy, while standard features ranging from brake assist to rollover prevention offered a safer ride. New standard additions to the H3 included hill-start assist, stability traction control, and a full locking front differential included with the Off-Road Adventure package. With a 5.3-liter, 300-horsepower engine, the HUMMER H3 manages 320 foot-pounds of torque with a four-speed automatic transmission. Full-length side curtain airbags also made this latest model safer, but HUMMER fans should note the increased mile-per-gallon rating of 14 city and 18 highway.
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H2
$62,535 - $64,040
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
$62,535 - $64,040
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
H3
$31,495 - $43,910
MSRP
14 - 16 MPG
COMBINED
$31,495 - $43,910
MSRP
14 - 16 MPG
COMBINED
Military design and capable features are HUMMER's claim to fame, both of which have been upgraded in the 2009 H2 and H3 models. The five-passenger H2 now featured a third-row seating option and second-row captain's chairs along with a Black Chrome limited edition exterior. OnStar navigation, Bluetooth capability, and real-time traffic updates were all added as luxury features. The V8 engine that made the H2 such a powerhouse now featured FlexFuel E85 capability to increase fuel economy, while standard features ranging from brake assist to rollover prevention offered a safer ride. New standard additions to the H3 included hill-start assist, stability traction control, and a full locking front differential included with the Off-Road Adventure package. With a 5.3-liter, 300-horsepower engine, the HUMMER H3 manages 320 foot-pounds of torque with a four-speed automatic transmission. Full-length side curtain airbags also made this latest model safer, but HUMMER fans should note the increased mile-per-gallon rating of 14 city and 18 highway.
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