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HUMMER H3 Getting new, more powerful base engine

Friday, March 21, 2008

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HUMMER H3 Getting new, more powerful base engine

During the HUMMER H3T demonstration run in Moab this week, PickupTruck.com’s Mike Levine learned that the H3 family will be getting an upgraded base engine. GM’s 3.6L, flex-fuel V6 will replace the 3.7L in-line 5 cylinder as the standard HUMMER H3 engine. No specific timeline was given, but since HUMMER has declared an all-bio-fuel friendly […]

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HUMMER HX Concept Revealed

Monday, January 14, 2008

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(Also: Search for the most recent HX news, and check out our HX Information database) After much anticipation, HUMMER revealed their newest HX concept to the masses via the Detroit Auto Show. Loud music, lights, and men repelling from the rafters helped welcome the HUMMER HX to the stage. The HX brings a more youthful […]

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HUMMER HX Concept: Official Pictures

Tuesday, January 8, 2008

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We’ve just come across these these pictures over at the Elcova Discussion forums, HummerForums.com – and they’re official images of the HUMMER HX that will be shown at the Detroit Auto Show this weekend. GM didn’t want you to see them for another week or so, but someone decided they couldn’t wait (it wasn’t me!)! […]

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HUMMER to showcase new HX Concept at Detroit Auto Show

Monday, December 10, 2007

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HUMMER will unveil its newest concept, the HX, at the 2008 North American International Auto Show in January (AKA, the Detroit Auto Show). The design was the brainchild of three recent graduates of the College for Creative Studies in Detroit, MI: David Rojas, Min Young Kang, and Robert Jablonski. Their first real project? Provide the […]

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Hummer H2 Diesel is on the way

Monday, June 18, 2007

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GM is investing over 300 million in renovations in its Tonawanda engine plant to produce a 4.5-liter, V-8 Duramax high-output diesel engine for the Hummer H2, according to John Buttermore, GM Powertrain vice president of global manufacturing. “This will be one of the most efficient and technically advanced diesel engines, providing a 25 percent improvement […]

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