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Hummer H3 (5 Cyl.)
Hummer H3 (5 Cyl.)
Score: 27
Highs: Off-road ability, turning circle
Lows: Acceleration, fuel economy, access, visibility, ride, heavy tailgate, emergency handling, reliability
The H3 is Hummer's smallest model. It's about the same size as a Nissan Pathfinder or Toyota 4Runner. While the H3 is credited with good off-road capabilities, the magazine does not include its off-road tests in the final score either.

While the H3 was specifically criticized for acceleration, fuel economy and handling, it does not appear on any of Consumer reports lists of the worst vehicles in those areas, said Hummer spokesman Nick Richards.

"Consumer feedback on the vehicles been very strong," said Richards, "Niche publications geared toward our end of the market rate the vehicle very highly."

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Last updated March 03 2008: 10:40 AM ET