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The 2007 HUMMER H3 is a highly versatile midsize SUV and the addition of an E85-capable 5.3L V-8 increases its versatility. E85 is an ethanol-based alternative fuel made from domestically produced renewable resources. GM engineers developed the H3 E85 FlexFuel to demonstrate that an alternative fuel vehicle can combine with stylish design for a unique, forward-thinking SUV. To highlight the H3 E85’s alternative intentions, designers focused on making the H3 exterior smooth and streamlined, including the addition of a body color rear spare tire cover. A lower profile was achieved with a two-inch suspension drop. Chrome wheels and components from HUMMER Accessories complement a custom-mixed Spectra Flair matte exterior paint finish. The interior features extensive use of custom leather upholstery.

Vehicle highlights

  • 5.3L V-8 with E85 ethanol FlexFuel capability
  • Four-wheel disc brakes with ABS
  • Custom BASF Spectra Flair tri-coat paint in a matte finish
  • Sterling silver accents
  • Smooth, body-color-matched exterior trim
  • Two-inch lowered suspension
  • Chrome 18 x 7.5-inch HUMMER Accessories wheels
  • BF Goodrich 285/55R18 All Terrain tires
  • H3 X rear tire cover
  • Chrome door handles, mirror caps, hood louvers and fuel door from HUMMER Accessories
  • Custom matching seats and door panels in Townsend leather
  • Leather trim headliner and instrument panel
  • Unique gauge cluster and graphics
  • Rear-seat entertainment system with DVD headrests from HUMMER Accessories

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Why does this remind me of the Jeep Commander???  :blink:


Lowered stance, colored bumpers, lack of top marker lights, not overly chromed. Those are the things that I see right off.

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