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Some more spy photos of HUMMER's H3T SUV cum pickup bed have surfaced, via Lehmann Photo. As we told you a few months ago, the H3T was first shown at the Los Angeles Auto Show way back in '03, as a concept. The original was a 2-door pickup designed to be all-things Hummer to the mid-size p/up crowd. During its gestation, however, it has apparently sprouted an extra pair of ports and looks to follow the H2T model a little more closely. It's basically an SUV with a short pickup truck bed where the third row of seats might have gone, which is more practical and probably cheaper to build. Expect a full range of bed accessories to keep things in the 4-foot-long bed organized and secure. Also expect to see the 242-hp 3.7L inline-5 and the new 295-hp 5.3L V8 from the H3 Alpha on the option sheet. We think the H3T will show up late next year as a 2009 model. Click over to WorldCarFans for larger pics.
[Source: WorldCarFans]

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      • 7 Years Ago
      Ill take any H3 with that 5.3, But id also like to see it make its way into the Canyon, Finally something to replace the original (92-94) Vortec
      • 7 Years Ago
      Just couple the 6 speed automatic with the 2.9 & 3.7.
      and don't forget the variable intake valve timing.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Same comment as everyone...... if the H3 is a redressed Canyon/Colorado without the bed. Doesn't turning the H3 into a pickup just means some idiots will pay 200% for a Canyon/colorado?
        • 7 Years Ago

        Is the H3T going to be $60K ? That is the only way it would be 200% of the price of the Colorado.

        I went to the Chevy site and selected Colorado Crew Cab (which is most like the H3T I would think) then I did go the the highest price and added leather and luxury package (the latter was something like $1300 IIRC). Anyway, the Colorado Crew Cab came out to be over $30K when adding everything I would guess the H3T would have.

        So, maybe 10% to 20% more (if any any difference at all, once an option to option compare was done - like maybe nav which I didn't see available in the Colorado) for the Hummer version. And that would come close to covering the likely upgrade in styling and name appeal. So the reason to buy the Colorado is the deep discounts and the Hummer is for the mentioned styling, name and a few Hummer only options (like tire pressure and nav, maybe, just a guess)
      • 7 Years Ago
      Seems like a lot of effort just to turn it back into a Colorado... I dunno, I guess it's all about the looks for some people.
      • 7 Years Ago
      I guess the name "Hummer" is worth a few grand. A four foot box on such a heavy beast seams futile.