The 2009 HUMMER H3T, like most pickups, is highly customizable. While it doesn't come in a wide variety of trims and body styles, it does make up for that with a tremendous options list.
Reviews read by TheCarConnection.com show that the standard features on both the base HUMMER H3T and the 2009 HUMMER H3T Alpha are essentially identical. Edmunds reviewers report that both versions of the HUMMER H3T get "full skid plates, air-conditioning, cruise control, OnStar telematics, [and] Bluetooth connectivity" standard. Edmunds goes on to list "keyless entry, full power accessories and a six-speaker CD stereo with satellite radio" as the most noteworthy of the other standard features found on the 2009 HUMMER H3T. While that list is respectable, some reviewers object to the large price tag on the HUMMER H3T while some key standard features are left behind. Jalopnik, in particular, asks, "Where's the iPod jack? XM is great and all, but c'mon, even Aveo's have an AUX input jack these days."
When it comes to optional features and accessories, few vehicles can match the 2009 HUMMER H3T. Car and Driver writes that there are approximately "a kazillion accessories" available for the HUMMER H3T which "will allow lots of different drawers, cages, and enclosures to be attached to the bed or the roof." Two major options packages are also available for the 2009 HUMMER H3T. Edmunds describes the two options as an "Adventure Package [that] adds an off-road suspension, a shorter-geared transfer case...33-inch off-road tires and a Monsoon audio system," while "the Luxury Package comes with the Monsoon system, leather upholstery, power and heated front seats and oversized floor mats." Jalopnik lists the remaining standalone options as an "entertainment/nav system" and "rear vision system with camera built into the bumper and screen built into the rear view mirror."