The horsepower of the Land Rover Range Rover Sport II is by 40 horsepowers bigger when compared to the Hummer H3. As the difference is small this should not affect the car performance in a noticeable way.
The trunk of the Land Rover Range Rover Sport II is 111 percent more spacious compared to the Hummer H3. It is sensible difference so, in this category the Land Rover Range Rover Sport II will be much more useful. The larger the boot, the more luggage you can transport.
The Land Rover has 3 % longer wheelbase in comparison to Hummer. As a result the Land Rover Range Rover Sport II is safer and has a better stability. Besides, longer wheelbase has impact on convenient and more comfortable traveling.
Ground clearance is the space between the vehicle underbody and the road. As far as the two compared vehicles are concerned, it is the Land Rover Range Rover Sport II which has 49 mm higher ground clearance in relation to the Hummer H3. This is why the Land Rover Range Rover Sport II will deal better with dirt roads and high curbs in the city. One drawback is the higher ground clearance means a higher center of gravity, which can negatively influence the handling of the vehicle.
The Land Rover Range Rover Sport II 3.0 V6 340HP automatic 4x4 is 2 % longer in relation to the Hummer. Long vehicles more of passenger space and usually provide more storage space. While the Land Rover Range Rover Sport II occurs to be better choice for families or persons who value convenient rides that make them feel fresh and relaxed upon arriving, the Hummer H3 5.3 300HP may be more appropriate to the young because it will not cause troubles with parking and will be more maneuverable.
Model release date
Manufacture of the older vehicle commenced 8 years prior to Hummer and for this reason we may expect that this car features not so modern technologies applied.
To those who value less absorbing use of a vehicle and don’t want to struggle with complications resulting from the manual transmission we recommend vehicles with automatic gearbox. To those who enjoy sporting driving a manual gearbox might be better as it gives a control of rmp range in which a gear is changed.