The exterior of the H3 wouldn't be described as sleek and stylish, but there's no question that its squared-off military looks are part of its appeal. Inside, the cabin of the 2009 H3 is surprisingly good in quality for a Hummer
. As it is with the H2, the interior space is terribly cramped and lacking. The H3 claims that it has seating for five in two rows, but in practice this seems doubtful. However, there are plenty of new standard interior features, including cruise control, power windows, power door locks, and remote keyless entry with panic button.