The H3 handles like a truck, but like a good-handling truck. It has a tight turning radius and very little body roll. With great ground clearance (9.1 inches) it still manages to feel like it has a low center of gravity. The thick-rimmed steering wheel amplifies the truck feeling.
My beef with the HUMMER H3 is visibility. Those stylish Army guy windows compromise your ability to see the road to the sides and behind you. Backing up is an act of faith. The H3 is such a kid magnet that you'd better have a spotter behind you every time you back out of the driveway. If ever an SUV needed an aftermarket rear view camera, this is it. I picked parking spaces where I wouldn't have to reverse to leave.