The driver’s seat in the H3 has a decent range of adjustment, but getting comfortable can still be difficult because the steering wheel moves for angle only. Shallow windows make you feel like you’re sitting in a postbox, so vision is restricted. However, the simple rotary heater dials and chunky stereo buttons are welcome.
Hummer H3 4x4 space & practicality
The H3 is a similar size to Volvo's XC90 on the outside, but the packaging is poor so there’s far less interior space. It seats five rather than seven, rear leg- and headroom are both tight and access isn’t great because the rear wheelarch takes a big bite out of the door opening. In addition, the boot is comparatively small and its heavy side-opening door won’t lock open.
Hummer H3 4x4 equipment
The entry H3 is reasonably equipped, getting air-conditioning, cruise control and an MP3 compatible CD player. Stepping up to the Adventure model adds leather upholstery, electric front seat adjustment and a more sophisticated four-wheel drive system, while Luxury cars get a roof rack and more chrome trim but do without the extra off-road ability.