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2010 HUMMER H3 SUV vs. Its Competition

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The 2010 HUMMER H3 and H3T may make the competition look pale and girly, but in truth they're much more useful than the short-sided, expensive H3.

The Toyota and Nissan trucks and SUVs come with four-cylinder engines that are much more frugal, and they still sell rear-drive versions for the on-road enthusiasts in the buying pool.

The Jeep Wrangler comes close to matching the HUMMER H3's on-road feel, but two-door versions top the HUMMER on the trails.

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Even if you crave a red, white, and blue look in an SUV package, think twice before buying the cramped, thirsty HUMMER H3.
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The 2010 Jeep Wrangler remains a choice like no other—and it's the only true convertible in which you can go off-roading.
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The 2010 Nissan Frontier clearly isn't as large or capable as full-size trucks, but it offers enough toughness for personal use along with an especially good feature list.
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If you have a lot of gear to haul to tough-to-reach places, the 2010 Nissan Xterra is a good choice for weekend adventurers.
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The 2010 Toyota 4Runner is a brawny “true truck” worth serious consideration if tough off-roading capability for regular trail driving is one of your requirements—and it won’t sacrifice comfort the rest of the time.
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The Tacoma is a workhorse truck that gives a little more space and capability than a true compact, yet offers decent fuel efficiency and a low price.
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