Considering the current state of the SUV market in the U.S., and specifically the horrendous sales figures of the Hummer brand, you could be forgiven for thinking that the General would pull any future developments off the table in view of its desire to rid itself of the money-losing marque. Apparently, that's not the case. Hummer will soldier on, offering new flex-fuel engines in all of its offerings. The smallest model, the H3, is scheduled to get an ethanol-capable V6 engine, most likely some
As our brothers at Autoblog like to say, it's "officially official." GM has confirmed their plans to offer all Hummers with biofuel-capable engine options. According to Automotive News, a Hummer official has said that the 2009 H2 and H2 SUT will be equipped with flex-fuel engines capable on running on gasoline or ethanol, making them the first such Hummers available. The 2010 Hummer H3 will be offered with a flex-fuel version of GM's direct injection 3.6L V-6 and we've heard plenty of rumblings
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