Hummer is rumored to be making a major comeback in the form of an all-new electric pickup from GM. Though the brand got a bad rap in its former life, all of the vehicles in Hummer’s lineup would likely be be experiencing huge popularity if they were offered as new today, and here are five of the coolest Hummers for sale on Autotrader.
The H1 Alpha is the ultimate Hummer. Built for just the 2006 model year, the Alpha served as the sendoff for the H1, which ended production for good at the end of the model year. The Alpha improved upon the regular H1 in a number of ways, the biggest of which was under the hood. The H1 Alpha features a 6.6-liter GM diesel V8 putting out 300 horsepower and 520 lb-ft of torque and came with a 5-speed automatic transmission. Numerous interior improvements and an overall more luxurious package rounded out the Alpha. As only 693 were built, H1 Alphas hold their value tremendously well, with most now worth more than they cost when new. Take this one, for example. It’s a Wagon with 81,000 miles on the odometer, and it carries an asking price of $136,000. Find a Hummer H1 for sale
The Hummer H2 was GM’s attempt at a mainstream version of the original. Mixing elements from the Tahoe/Suburban line of SUVs and the company’s heavy-duty truck line, the full-size H2 had the off-road look but fell far short of the original with regard to overall capability. Still, it appeased consumers wanting a more livable vehicle with the look of the original Hummer. There was even an "SUT" version sold during the vehicle’s final years that traded the rear cargo area for a truck bed. The H2 was sold from the 2003 to 2009 model years, with an update coming for 2008. Fuel economy was pretty abysmal, with many testers seeing fewer than 10 miles per gallon. This H2 hails from the 2008 model year and, despite having 112,000 miles on the odometer, still commands an asking price of $28,000. Find a Hummer H2 for sale
The H3 was Hummer’s attempt to move further downmarket. Based on the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon midsize pickup truck platform, the H3 uses a body-on-frame construction and features a solid rear axle and an independent front suspension. Targeted toward off-roaders like the Jeep Wrangler, Toyota 4Runner and Nissan XTerra, the H3 offered good off-road capability, and an available "Adventure" trim came with improved off-road shock absorbers, skid plates, a locking rear differential and, on some examples, even a locking front differential, a rarity in the off-road space to this day. Engine choices were the same as in the pickups. The base engine was an inline 5-cylinder, while a V8 was introduced later in the model run. H3s are surprisingly affordable. Here, we’ve highlighted a 2009 model with 130,000 miles on the odometer. It’s got the Adventure package and even comes with the locking front differential. With an asking price of just $9,000, this H3 would make a great bargain off-roader. Find a Hummer H1 for sale
The Hummer H3T was ahead of its time. To the regular H3 as the Jeep Gladiator is to the Wrangler, the H3T came with the same front end and cab area as the regular H3, but in place of the rear cargo area was a bed measuring nearly five feet long. Like the H3, the H3T was available with either an inline 5-cylinder engine or a V8. The same Adventure package was offered as well, as was that locking front differential. Altogether, a little over 5,000 H3Ts were built before GM pulled the plug on Hummer in 2010. As a result, they hold their value extremely well. This one is a 2010 and has the Adventure package. It has just 47,000 miles on the odometer and comes with an asking price of $27,000. Find a Hummer H3T for sale
When it debuted back in 1992, the civilian Hummer was a far simpler vehicle than it was by the time it rolled around in H1 Alpha form. In fact, the original Hummer was little more than a military Humvee with a more passable interior and painted a color other than green. One of the oldest Hummers for sale on Autotrader, this one is a 1994 model, and while it looks like a basic open top model, look closely and you’ll notice it comes with rare half-doors, which were only offered from 1992 to 1996. It looks like it’s been updated with more modern wheels and a snakeskin pattern covering the center console and dashboard. Located in San Juan Capistrano, CA, this Hummer is one of the cheapest on Autotrader and has an asking price of $34,995. It comes with 179,000 miles on the odometer. Find a Hummer H1 for sale