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5 of the Coolest Hummers for Sale on Autotrader


There’s a new Hummer, and it’s fully electric. But if you don’t want to spend $100,000 on the new 2022 GMC Hummer EV, you’ve still got options, provided you’re willing to accept an old-fashioned internal combustion powertrain. Here are five distinctive Hummer models from the brand’s heyday currently for sale on Autotrader.

1. 1999 Hummer H1 4-Door Wagon Ambulance Conversion

1999 Hummer H1 4-Door Wagon Ambulance Conversion
This 1999 Hummer H1 4-Door Wagon Ambulance Conversion is for sale on Autotrader.

We’ll start things off here with a rather exciting H1. A 1999 model, it isn’t one of the more desirable Alpha models (those sell for well over six figures, even today), but it isn’t one of the earlier military-spec models either. Inside it’s got leather seats with some wood trim, and even a few creature comforts, like cup holders. What makes this Hummer H1 particularly interesting, though, is the roof. According to the listing, this H1 started life as a wagon but had a military-spec ambulance top installed in its place. Hummer never offered the ambulance top on civilian vehicles, but this one has even been painted to match the red exterior of the truck. Overall, this is a rare example of a rare vehicle. See Hummer H1 models for sale

2. 2009 Hummer H3 Adventure

2009 Hummer H3 Adventure
This 2009 Hummer H3 Adventure is for sale on Autotrader.

Hummer’s most mainstream model, the H3, was a body-on-frame SUV built on the same platform as the Colorado pickup. Think of it as GM’s take on a Toyota 4Runner. The H3 was introduced in 2006 and sold through 2010 when the Hummer brand was discontinued.  Hummer offered a few different variations. Most used an inline-5-cylinder engine, though a V8-powered Alpha model was also available. The H3 we’ve highlighted here is an un-modified 5-cylinder model. It comes with the coveted “Adventure Package,” which gets you additional skid plating, off-road shock absorbers, and most notably, electronic locking front and rear differentials. At 164,000, the mileage is a bit steep, but the $15,000 price tag is palpable. See Hummer H3 models for sale

3. 2009 Hummer H3T Adventure

2009 Hummer H3T Adventure
This 2009 Hummer H3T Adventure is for sale on Autotrader.

The H3T was basically an H3 with a bed, similar to what the Jeep Gladiator is to the Wrangler. This added practicality makes the H3T pretty compelling, even today. It offered the same powertrains as the H3 SUV, so your choices were either an I5 or a V8. As Hummer only sold it for the 2009 and 2010 model years, the H3T is pretty rare, with used examples commanding seriously high prices. Just like the regular H3 above, the H3T we’ve highlighted here is a 2009 five-cylinder model with the desirable Adventure Package. It’s got low mileage, too, with just 60,000 miles accumulated over 12 years. The $32,000 asking price reflects the desirability of this rare Hummer. See Hummer H3T models for sale

4. 2008 Hummer H2

2008 Hummer H2
This 2008 Hummer H2 is for sale on Autotrader.

While it was inspired by the iconic H1, the H2 was a consumer-oriented SUV that shared its underpinnings with GM’s heavy-duty trucks. The H2 went on sale for 2003 but got an update for the 2008 model year that gave it an interior that was at least somewhat in line with its ambitious MSRP. Given the fisher-price feel of the pre-2008 H2 interiors, we’d be inclined to target one of these updated 2008 or 2009 models in our search. The one we’ve highlighted here is a 2008 model. With 215,000 miles on the odometer, its $24,992 price tag represents about as little as you could expect to pay for one of these post-facelift H2 SUVs. See Hummer H2 models for sale

5. 2007 Hummer H2 SUT

2007 Hummer H2 SUT
This 2007 Hummer H2 SUT is for sale on Autotrader.

While the regular Hummer H2 went on sale for the 2003 model year, the unique SUT pickup model didn’t go on sale until 2005 and is considerably rarer than the regular H2. Here we have the least-expensive unmodified H2 SUT currently listed on Autotrader. A 2007 model, it hails from the H2’s pre-update era when the interior was pretty underwhelming, and it comes with 174,000 miles on the odometer. But at just under $18,000, the price here is right, at least as far as used H2 SUTs go. It’s got a blue exterior, and while the listing says the interior is black, it’s clearly gray based on the photos. See Hummer H2 SUT models for sale

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Chris O'Neill
Chris O'Neill is an author specializing in competitive analysis, consumer recommendations, and adventure-driven enthusiast content. A lifelong car enthusiast, he worked in the auto industry for a bit, helping Germans design cars for Americans, and now lives in Salt Lake City, Utah. He runs an Instagram account, @MountainWestCarSpotter, which in his own words is "actually pretty good", and has a... Read More about Chris O'Neill

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