Now that there’s a brand new all-electric Hummer, it’s easy to forget its entry-level H3 predecessor. But we don’t blame you. The latter was produced between 2005 and 2010, so no one has thought about it lately.
We want to change all that right now, not because we’re big fans of the H3, but rather because there have been some notable features that have stood the test of time, which means some people might still find them reasonably desirable.
For example, this 2010 H3T Alpha for sale through Cars & Bids , with a white over black aesthetic and some impressive features, not to mention modifications.
Let’s take a look at some of the highlights, starting with the Off-Road package. This adds a 4:1 transfer case as well as front and rear lockable differentials. You also get roof lights, wrecker hooks, a sunroof, upholstery, a roll-up boot lid, a towing package, remote keyless entry, external Alpha badges and a power driver’s seat.
Meanwhile, modifications include 17-inch Method Race wheels with 35-inch General Grabber rubber, Bilstein dampers, dual exhaust system, aluminium radiator, electric cooling fans and engine tuning, although the seller doesn’t specify exactly what happens to the power. unit and how many horsepower it produces at the moment.
In stock condition, this truck’s 5.3-litre V8 engine should give you 300bhp.
Now keep in mind that this is not a low-mileage vehicle, after having done 141,800 miles (228,000 km) in previous ownership. However, you won’t find many H3T models in Alpha spec, especially in this latest model year.
I might even say that this 2010 Hummer H3T is far more interesting than many alternative trucks of the time.