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Parkers overall rating: 2.5 out of 5 2.5
Hummer H3 (07-10) - rated 2.5 out of 5
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PROS

Huge road presence, good off-road ability, guaranteed to get attention

CONS

Noisy and unrefined, thirsty engine, cramped interior, no diesel, lacks sophistication

At a glance

New price £28,690 - £34,309
Used price £6,445 - £15,940
Used monthly cost £159 - £393
Fuel economy 19 - 20 mpg
Road tax cost £570
Insurance group 36 How much is it to insure?

PROS

Huge road presence, good off-road ability, guaranteed to get attention

CONS

Noisy and unrefined, thirsty engine, cramped interior, no diesel, lacks sophistication

Hummer H3 rivals

Cadillac
SRX
3 out of 5 3.0

It's pointless judging the Hummer H3 by the standards of other cars. It's one to polarise opinion, but we suspect that more people will be turned off by its brash styling than will admire it's considerable off-road ability. The H3 is actually the smallest Hummer to date and the first one imported officially by General Motors in right-hand drive form - but it is still big, around the same size as a Range Rover Sport.

The bold, square styling and chrome will have a certain appeal for many people plus it is hugely capable off road. But with petrol power only it's thirsty and on the move it feels unrefined. Worst still, there isn't as much room inside as you might expect considering its not inconsiderable size.

Hummer H3 rivals

Cadillac
SRX
3 out of 5 3.0