In 1992, AM General finally gave in to the people's asking and began selling a civilian version of their legendary Humvee, nicknamed the Hummer. The Hummer was quick to gain a reputation as a status symbol, a vehicle made for people who liked to stand out, and part of that was thanks to its high price tag and the fact that it was frequently seen in Hollywood movies and TV shows. As you can see from this example, the Hummer H2 was a 3-ton beast that couldn't go unnoticed and will forever go down as an icon in the luxury SUV stage. Today, the Hummer H2 has become a collector's item, and this beautiful 2003 example is currently up for sale.
The Hummer is a striking SUV that can stand toe-to-toe with even the most impressive off-road vehicles, including the G-Wagon. Boasting a massive full-size body-on-frame construction, the Hummer commands attention and respect wherever it goes. This iconic symbol of American excess, the Hummer H2, is our featured model today, which has undergone a meticulous custom build process. With its rugged build and impressive ground clearance, the H2 can navigate even the most challenging terrains with ease, while providing passengers with an unparalleled level of comfort and luxury. This behemoth of a vehicle has already completed an impressive 40,000-mile journey and now awaits its next fortunate owner.
When Hummer wanted to create something just a tad smaller, as the gargantuan H1 had an admittedly limited audience, the H2 was the result. Produced from 2003 to 2009, smaller was indeed a relative term, as the H2 still stood at 203 inches long and sat on a 122.8 inch wheelbase. This particular 2003 Hummer H2 that we've got for sale has run 160,500 miles, but you wouldn't be able to tell just by looking at it. It's also undergone some customization to make it distinctive. Will you take it on?
It’s the dream car of most military enthusiasts, the vehicle that crushes almost any obstacle or terrain that gets thrown in its way, the vehicle that knows no boundaries, the Hummer H1. Used by the American military, you know this is a vehicle that shouldn’t be messed with. Power and dominance exudes from every angle and corner and you know these Hummers are made to last. This particular 1997 Hummer H1 Wagon Turbo comes with a number of added amenities to make the driving experience even better. With 143,000 miles on the clock, this vehicle has proven its mettle and continues to do so with its longevity. So why not take up the ranks of claiming title to this Hummer and let it live on for many years to come.
Every time you see a Hummer roll by, take a moment to thank Arnold Schwarzenegger. Had it not been for The Terminator's gentle request, this brand would never have materialized. After the H1, AM General, who owned Hummer at the time, decided to release a smaller model called the H2. Of course, smaller is relative, as anyone who's driven, ridden in, or even been near an H2 will testify that it still dwarves most other SUVs. This 2008 Hummer H2 Custom has received quite a bit of refreshment and customization and is ready for you with just 500 miles since it underwent a heart transplant.
It's the 2000s, and your eyes are glued to what MTV offers. Your favorite rap songs are back to back, and life is good. While the music is different, one factor is always familiar, the presence of a Hummer used by the protagonist in every music video. Be it cruising down or some light off-roading, the Hummer still has a presence, and even though the name has been brought back and electrified it's hard to match up to the Hummer H3's legendary status. With its place in pop culture solidified and rich pedigree, owning a Hummer is genuinely a delight. So why not drive off in this 2006 Hummer H3 Sport we have today. With 135,000 miles reported on the clock, this is a lovely example that hasn't been decked out with custom modifications and is the way Hummer intended for its customers to enjoy.
While AM General has countless cars to back up its contribution to the automotive industry, nothing speaks volumes like their military-oriented Humvees and subsequently the Hummers. With the success of the Humvee and its popularization in movies, books, and other media, the public took interest in it, AM General responded to that demand by building the Hummer H1 in 1992. The Hummer H1 was produced until 2004, and 2006, when it was then succeeded by the Hummer H2. If you’re a fan of 2000s hip-hop music, then this 1998 Hummer H1 Predator ought to be in your garage, as it comes with just 47,000 miles on the clock.
The Humvee was a no-nonsense military vehicle built to take on the toughest of terrain. When news of a civilian version surfaced, the automotive world waited patiently, yet eagerly. What came to be was a fairly competent cruiser with loads of personality while also surprisingly comfortable considering what it was based on. The Hummer was indeed a sensation, and this 2006 Hummer H2 3/4 Ton shows us why. With just 1,500 miles on a new LQ4 motor, and an overall 148,400 miles on the vehicle, this is a great example of a Hummer H2 and soon to be of great interest in the automotive marketplace.
Inspired by America's military Humvee, the Hummer H2 is a full-size SUV built by AM General for civilian use. In fact, it is widely said that the development of a civilian version of the Humvee was considered after persistence by Arnold Schwarzenegger, who admired its presence and ultimately ended up owning the first two civilian examples. Of course, the Hummer was given many comfort options when it first arrived in 1992 and continued to progress throughout the years. The Hummer H2 as featured here made its debut in 2002 and was offered either as an SUV or SUT. As for the vehicle in question, it's currently up for sale with 94,447 miles on the road.
If you are a fan of Hummer's, you should extend ample gratitude to The Terminator himself, Arnold Schwarzenegger for the Hummer civilian line-up. If the prolific actor hadn’t enthusiastically campaigned AM General and General Motors to make civilian versions of the military Humvee for the American public, models such as the H1, H2 and H3 may never have come to fruition. The Hummer H2 was produced between 2002 and 2009, and sold over 150,000 in its production run. If you’re looking for an H2, this 2003 Hummer H2 that we have on inventory is an ideal candidate.
In 1992, the Hummer brand released its first civilian vehicle, the H1 which was based on their military M998 Humvee. The H1 was quite a raw and visceral experience, and in 2002 Hummer decided to release something a bit more refined and luxurious, whilst maintaining the sheer size, presence, and design features that a Hummer should have. Enter the H2, which was produced between 2002 and 2009. Produced as a SUV or SUT (Sport Utility Truck), over 150,000 H2s were produced over its run. If you’re looking for one of them, here’s a 2005 Hummer H2 SUT 4WD Custom that’s seen some upgrades and is available to be seen in Tennessee with 60,000 miles on the clock.
Hummers are tough, go-anywhere vehicles that can be seen in any film or TV series where there is a military presence. The Hummer brand signifies ultimate toughness and strength in the face of adversity, and of course, civilians wanted a Hummer too. Their first vehicle was the H1, a behemoth in its own right. 2002 saw Hummer introduce the H2 which was a bit smaller than the H1, but is still a full-size SUV. The H2 is based on a modified Chevrolet 2500HD platform at the front, and 1500 frame at the rear. If a Hummer is your choice, here’s a 2003 Hummer H2 from Florida with 69,696 reported miles to check out.
What does a Humvee carrying troops to a combat site and a Hummer have in common? Why none other than that the Hummer is the civilian version of the military oriented Humvee, with both being built by AM General. The Hummer H1 began production in 1992 with the last of the Hummer line-up the Hummer H3 produced from 2005-2010. This truck exudes a certain characteristic with its behemoth size and aggressive styling, what we have is a 2009 Hummer H2 Predator with some tasty visual and some mechanical upgrades, it also has just 100,000 miles on the clock and available to be seen in The Sunshine State, Florida.
There are a very few things in life that could compliment Arnold Schwarzenegger and his adrenalin-pumped, gun-blazing adventures. Very few things except the Hummer. This vehicle started life much like how Arnie’s movies pan out, with a ‘go anywhere, do anything’ attitude. Inspired by the legendary M998 Humvee, the Hummer is in essence the civilian version of this, which meant that those boxy looks and monstrous personality could see public roads. The Hummer H1 came to light because Arnie saw some in a military convoy and campaigned to have them produced for civilians as well. He purchased the first two production H1s, and has converted one to electric power as well, in a nod at saving the planet. The AM general company was tasked with building the Humvee, and thus it was natural for them to build the Hummer H1 alongside. Many items including the brakes, axles, frame, and major body panels were shared between the two, giving the civilian Hummer much of the personality of the military Humvee. The Hummer entered production in 1992 and was available with multiple body types and engine options. With a 14-year production run, the Hummer H1 was seen on the silver screen’s war fields as well as nearly every rap video of the 2000s. If you’d like to push the limits of what’s capable off-road and own a slice of American history, this 1994 Hummer H1 Wagon is just the ticket. Located in Colorado with just 36,267 miles on the clock, this mint one-owner example is reported to be all-original and has the potential to be a highly appreciating American classic in the future. It comes with the original owner’s manual, toolkit, and emergency flare.
Hummer is about to be revived as GMC’s new EV 4x4 venture. But the new creations are unlikely to share many similarities with models that underpinned the Military-inspired vehicle brand. Cars like this 1995 Hummer H1 are what made the brand iconic. And this newly-restored example features a host of modifications that have dragged the utilitarian off-roader into the 21st century. Having undergone a full refresh in 2020, with the truck stripped down to the metal, this Pennsylvanian-based H1 has a long list of parts replaced, with all work done by an H1 specialist. It could very well be one of the most mechanically and visually complete H1s on the market today.
It’s an American Icon that needs little introduction: The H1 was the granddaddy to the Hummer line of vehicles—a line whose tamer and more road-focused examples arguably couldn’t capture the imagination in quite the same way as the original military-inspired H1 did. This black 2004 Hummer H1 features a smattering of modifications that serve to enhance the looks and usability. With 40,838 miles, this menacingly blacked-out H1 puts on no airs and graces about its hard-core roots. If sheer road presence is high on your priority list, we’ll wager that not much else comes close.