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The H3 was launched with a 3.5 liter straight-5 cylinder L52 engine that produced 220 hp (160 k W) and 225 lbf⋅ft (305 N⋅m) of torque and was mated to a standard five-speed Aisin AR5 manual transmission or an optional Hydra-Matic 4L60-E four-speed automatic transmission.
In 2007 this engine was replaced by the 3.7 liter LLR that produced 242 hp (180 k W) and 242 lbf⋅ft (328 N⋅m) of torque, figures that were revised in 2009 to 239 hp (178 k W) and 241 lbf⋅ft (327 N⋅m).
In Australia, the Hummer was distributed by GM Holden by specialist dealerships that were also affiliated with the Saab automobile brand, which was owned by GM at that time.
The H3 was qualified in 2010 by the Japanese Transport Ministry for tax breaks that set easier fuel-efficiency standards for heavier vehicles.
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Cargo volume with the second-row seats in the upright position was 25.0 cubic feet (0.71 m) when the seats are folded down.
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A road test by Motor Trend reported the 2009 truck "crawled up rock steps, ran through sand washes, and navigated steep ledges with confidence and capability to spare." They described its turning radius "uncomfortably wide" and said "at highway cruising it would've been nice to have a faster, firmer feel.