The H3 is the sensitive man's Army guy toy. It's got the HUMMER look, from the ladder-on-its-side front grill to the pillbox slit windows to the big wheel wells and squared-off fenders. There's no mistaking the H3 for anything but a Hummer. And that's a good thing.
The H3's styling makes it seem bigger than it actually is. I parked next to a 2005 Nissan Xterra and a 2005 Toyota 4Runner one day, and I was shocked when I realized how close in size the three SUVs actually are (the H3 is 8 inches longer than the Xterra and an inch shorter than the 4Runner).
You'll get a lot of attention driving an H3. HUMMER has softened up the edges enough that drivers of both sexes gave it the eye on the road or was that me they were winking at?