The 2006 Hummer H3 comes as one model ($29,500). Two
major option packages are available that allow a buyer to
focus on more luxury or on serious off-roading.
The base price includes cloth-covered seating for five
with manual lumbar adjustment for the front seats and a
second-row seat that is split 60/40 and can be folded down
to expand the cargo floor. Also standard are a tilt-adjustable
steering column, power windows and locks, remote keyless
entry, an audio system with a
CD player, cruise control, air conditioning, an electronic
rearview mirror with temperature and compass readings, and
a year's subscription of the OnStar telematics system. Also
standard: 265/75R16 Goodyear all-terrain tires mounted on
16-inch wheels, a full-size spare tire, daytime running
lights, and fog lights.
Safety features that come standard include anti-lock
brakes (ABS), traction control, frontal and side-impact
airbags (torso protection) for the driver and front-seat
passenger, and a tire-pressure monitoring system. Side curtain-airbags
($395) are optional and we recommend them for the head protection
they can provide to you and your passengers in the event
of a side impact or rollover.
Leather seating with seat heaters and power adjustments
for both front seats and a leather-wrapped steering wheel
are included in the Luxury package ($3,230), which also
includes a Monsoon audio system with an in-dash six-CD changer,
upgraded sun visors with extenders and special floor mats.
The Adventure package ($1,375) includes a rear-locking
differential and high-ratio transfer case for enhanced off-road
traction, unique 33-inch, 285/75 BFGoodrich off-road tires
and special front and rear floor mats. The off-road suspension
can be added to the Luxury package for $1,175.
Stand-alone options include a four-speed automatic transmission
($1,695) that comes with StabiliTrak anti-spin technology,
a navigation system ($1,995), XM Satellite Radio ($325),
the Monsoon audio system with single CD player ($695), a
power sunroof ($950), a chrome appearance package ($400),
towing equipment ($390), chromed wheels ($900), an underbody
protection package ($385) and roof-mounted off-road lamps
($595). Hummer dealers offer many additional accessories,
including a brush guard ($600) and chrome fuel door ($185).