The HUMMER H3T has room for five-passengers and includes a five-foot-long bed for all your stuff. The pickup comes standard with full time four-wheel-drive, 32-inch tires and an integrated bed liner. 33-inch tires and front and rear locking differentials are available.
The 3.7-liter five-cylinder will be standard, but a 5.3-liter V8 will be available.
The 2009 HUMMER H3T will be in showrooms this September.
HUMMER Announces Pricing for All-New H3T
DETROIT – HUMMER announced pricing today for its highly functional and capable H3T midsize pickup truck arriving in dealerships this fall in the U.S. and Canada. Pricing will start at $31,495, including a $745 destination charge.
The all-new H3T is based on the architecture of the popular H3, and features a five-passenger crew cab and a separate five-foot-long (1.5 meters) bed. The H3T is infused with the attributes expected of a HUMMER, including exceptional off-road capability and a premium interior that is as functional as it is comfortable.
The H3T features an extensive list of standard equipment, including full-time electronic four-wheel drive, a standard integrated bedliner with built-in storage, a cargo management system plus HUMMER’s premium five-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty plan.
“The H3T carves out a new segment in the midsize truck market, providing an outstanding combination of functionality and capability,” said Martin Walsh, HUMMER general manager. “This will be the ideal truck for the buyer who need a truck’s functionality for his or her lifestyle pursuits, but is looking for an alternative to the full-size truck.”
The H3T stands apart from other trucks with the one of the industry’s broadest array of accessories and signature HUMMER off-road capability. It is the only midsize truck to come standard with full-time four-wheel drive, 32-inch tires and functional skid shields. It also is the only midsize truck to offer front and rear locking differentials, as well as 33-inch tires.
The 2009 HUMMER H3T is scheduled to arrive in dealerships in September 2008.