Let's face it everybody wants to own a Hummer. It's one cool car. However, Hummers can be expensive and it's not exactly your typical family four-door sedan. So, what can you do in order to drive a Hummer, aside from going to your local dealer and test-driving one? Well, you can contact a rent a car service and drive one.
Sure, renting Hummers can also blow your budget compared with just renting ordinary cars, but come on, it's a Hummer! So next time you’re on vacation and a car rental is within your travel budget, spend a bit more and experience driving a Hummer!
Hummer H3 Specifications:
Engine: Vortec 3500 3.5L cylinder
Horsepower: 220/164 @5600
Torque: 225/305 @ 2800
Front Chasis: independent SLA torsion bar, 46-mm mono-tube gas-charged shocks, 36-mm tubular stabilizer bar
Rear Chasis: “Hotchkiss” design multileaf, semi-elliptical single-stage leaf spring, 46-mm mono-tube gas-charged shocks, 25-mm rear solid diameter stabilizer bar
More at specs at H3 Source.