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2007 Hummer H3 changes

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The new I5 makes 242HP @ 5600 rpm and 242lb-ft @ 4600 rpm

Deletions

- Exterior paint colors (22U) Superior Blue and (31U) Shadow Green Metallic

- Interior trim (32J) Shadow Green cloth

New Features

- (QB8) 5 - 16" x 7.5" (40.6 cm x 19.1 cm) thin-spoke flanged chromed-aluminum wheels included on 1SB and included and only available with (ZM6) off-road suspension package on 1SC

- Exterior paint color (37U) Imperial Blue Metallic

- Two new exterior paint colors exclusive to the H3X package: (85U) Desert Orange Metallic and (66U) Sonoma Red Metallic.

- (HH3) H3X (1SD Equipment Group), includes H3 logo embroidered headrests, bright roof crossbows, (ND1) chrome fuel filler door, (BVT) chrome tubular assist steps, (R13) Chrome Appearance Package, (V3J) square chrome H3X brush guard, (TL4) body-color grille, (P17) body-color H3X spare tire cover, (P31) 18" (45.72 cm) chromed aluminum H3X wheels and (QXN) P265/65R18-112S TL on-/off-road H3X tires

- (LLR) Engine, 3.7L DOHC, 5-cylinder, MFI

- (TL4) Grille, body color is available on 1SA, 1SB and 1SC and included on (HH3) H3X (1SD)

Changes

- StabiliTrak, ESC (electronic stability control) is now standard on all models

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I know this might be detrimental to HUMMER's image, but they should offer a road-oriented H3, with larger wheels, lower profile tires, lower suspension, and maybe 2WD. It's not like the majority of H3 buyers are keen off-roaders; no, they would benefit more from better fuel economy and economy, and still be able to drive to Mammoth in the winter or whatever.

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I know this might be detrimental to HUMMER's image, but they should offer a road-oriented H3, with larger wheels, lower profile tires, lower suspension, and maybe 2WD. It's not like the majority of H3 buyers are keen off-roaders; no, they would benefit more from better fuel economy and economy, and still be able to drive to Mammoth in the winter or whatever.

but that's defiling the brand, that's like Jeep introducing the road oriented Compass. It dillutes the banrd's image and what it stands for.

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Just wait there is a suprise for the H3 coming out, soon. A lot of people will be happy(engine-wise)!! 6 months from now or sooner.

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that'd be great, if it recieved a V8, prolly be the 5.3 right? definatly help with that highway passing mags allways frown apawn.

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that'd be great, if it recieved a V8, prolly be the 5.3 right?  definatly help with that highway passing mags allways frown apawn.

And if it has "AFM" then it'll get good fuel economy numbers too!

imagine the possibilities!

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What about the DualMode Hybrid in the Tahoe?

i think someone said there isn't enough room in the platform for the current H3, along with Colorado & Canyon, to fit all the hybrid components in?

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i think someone said there isn't enough room in the platform for the current H3, along with Colorado & Canyon, to fit all the hybrid components in?

They fit within the 6 speed auto's case and that means they fit just fine in the 4 speed's place. Just need to find a hiding spot for the batteries.

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