- 2000 am general hummer 6.5l v8, diesel, automatic, 4wd, removeable soft top
- Amazing predator h1 - duramax diesel - allison trans - 500hp - one of a kind(US $75,000.00)
- 2006 hummer h1 alpha sport utility 4-door 6.6l(US $130,000.00)
- 1996 am general hummer (h1): good+ condition(US $35,000.00)
- H-1, hummer, diesel, convertible, pewter, leather(US $69,990.00)
- H1, open top,20" wheels, flame red metalic, 144 month financing, trades accepted(US $125,000.00)
- 2003 hummer h1 replica 4x4 bummer 8 seat truck with heated leather seats(US $18,900.00)
- Matte black::22" fuel wheels::brush guard::led's::navigation::momo::winch
- Black diamond::momo::led's::roof rack::leather::brushguard::18k miles::20" whls
- 2002 hummer h1 enclosed wagon trades welcome las vegas(US $52,900.00)
- 2006 enclosed turbo diesel duramax 6.6l v8 32v automatic 4x4 suv 5-speed allison(US $159,900.00)
- 04 hummer h1 open top 15k miles leather interior winch brush guards 02 03 05(US $108,500.00)
- Military hmmwv diesel armored humvee turet snorkel winch kevlar doors am general(US $49,995.00)
- Hummer h1 rockstar ii's::momo::led's::leather::brush guard:black/black one owner
- 1999 am general hummer 4-passenger open top hard doors(US $74,988.00)
- Hmmwv "special ops at-rv" duramax turbo diesel allison hummer h1 humvee 500hrsp(US $219,999.00)
- Hummer h1 alpha interceptor slant back, 2008 duramax turbo diesel , 6spd alliso(US $110,000.00)
- 2006 hummer h1 alpha search and rescue series wagon duramax turbo diesel allison(US $185,000.00)
- Hummer h1 cummins elite series, cummins 24 valve big turbo diesel conversion(US $106,000.00)
- Hummer h1 duramax 6.6(US $86,000.00)
- Extra nice 2002 h1 with upgraded audio, navigation, winch and much more.(US $64,900.00)
- 2006 hummer h1 alpha wagon black / great condition inside and out / serviced(US $149,999.00)
- 2002 hummer h1 wagon loaded with every option
- H1 hummer limousine, limo, seats 22 brand new eng & interior ~ 0 miles ~ sharp!!
- Hummer h1 hmc4 hard top roof rack momo leather led's rockstar ii's one owner
- 1996 am general hummer base sport utility 4-door 5.7l
- 2000 hummer h1 wagon / loaded / prestine condition!
- 2006 hummer h1 alpha wagon(US $89,950.00)
- 1996 am general hummer h1 low miles rare(US $45,884.00)
- Prepper's bug-out black beast!!! 1998 hummer h1 4x4 one-of-a-kind custom wagon!
- 1999 hummer h1 hardtop, black on gray, 38" toyo tires, 6.5lturbo diesel, $59,888(US $59,888.00)
- 1997 hummer h1 turbo diesel(US $48,500.00)
- 1996 wagon modified with all the goodies
- 2000 h1 hummer open top 69k miles,grille gaurd
- 4wd, custom orange paint, custom black wheels(US $39,990.00)
- 1999 hummer h1 wagon(US $70,000.00)
- 2000 h1 wagon,roof rack,brush guard,leather,ctis,custom paint,80k miles(US $44,950.00)
- Diesel suv(US $64,995.00)
- 1996 hummer h1 diesel in immaculate condition 1 owner low miles only 29k miles(US $49,500.00)
- 2006 hummer h1 alpha sport utility 4-door 6.6l(US $155,000.00)
- 1997 am general hummer h1 wagon(US $40,995.00)
- Wow alpha 1 black/black hard to find(US $174,900.00)
- 2003 hummer h-1
- 2002 hummer h1 base sport utility 4-door 6.5l(US $60,000.00)
- Clean original 1995 diesel h1 hummer(US $35,000.00)
- 1993 hummer h1 4 door opentop. civilian version of humvee/hmmwv(US $22,000.00)
- 1998 hummer open top(US $48,995.00)
- 2000 hummer turbo-diesel(US $42,995.00)
- 2000 h1 hummer open top 69k miles,grille gaurd
- 97 h1 hummer* 27k miles!*****no reserve*****
- Black 5 star wheels**rare**after market parts**just serviced* clean carfax**(US $59,995.00)
- 1999 hummer h1 wagon(US $50,000.00)
- Hummer h1 widebody(US $112,000.00)
- 1993 am general humvee, rare military spec, street legal, outstanding condition
- H1 wagon! only 8k actual miles! 6.5l turbo diesel 8 cylinder!(US $79,999.00)
- 2002 hummer h1 wagon - immaculate condition/fully customized! 32,805 miles!(US $79,900.00)
- H1 hummer open top hard top slantback
- 2006 hummer h1 open-top 4dr suv 4wd(US $146,500.00)
- 2006 hummer h1(US $149,500.00)
- 2006 hummer h1(US $142,500.00)
Hummer H1 Price Analytics
About Hummer H1
"Only in America." Nowhere in the vehicular universe does that statement apply more than when in reference to the Hummer H1. Originally designed strictly for military use, this absolutely massive four-wheel-drive utility vehicle earned its 15 minutes of fame as a civilian conveyance when it became the ride of choice among Hollywood celebrities and professional athletes who thought it oh-so-chic to pilot the ultimate ruff-and-tuff image machine.
But the Hummer's early days were anything but glamorous. When the Army decided in the early 1980s that it needed a new go-anywhere vehicle, it held a design contest. AM General won the contest and the contract. The result was AM's High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle, or HMMWV, which became known simply as the Humvee. Production started in January 1985.
Boasting 16 inches of ground clearance as well as super-aggressive approach and departure angles, the Humvee could clamber over a 22-inch-high obstacle, handle a 60 percent grade and wade through up to 30 inches of water.
After getting television exposure during its heroic performance in the "first" Gulf War, the Humvee struck a warm, fuzzy chord with the general public. So much so that AM General decided to introduce a civilian version for 1992 that was officially called the Hummer. Arnold Schwarzenegger, famously intrigued by this four-wheeled equivalent of his indestructible Terminator character, amassed a small collection. In 1999, General Motors bought the rights to the Hummer brand name and renamed the brute the H1.
All Hummers had the same basic four-door body that was available with a choice of tops: hardtop, slantback, soft top and wagon top. At 101 inches wide and weighing more than 7,000 pounds, a Hummer was nearly 3 feet wider than a compact car and weighed more than two midsize family cars. Nearly all were powered by a General Motors 6.2- or 6.5-liter V8 engine available in diesel or turbodiesel form. A 5.7-liter gasoline-fueled V8 was available for a few years (1995-'97), but was axed as it was overtaxed by the Hummer's great weight. Regardless of engine, all Hummers had an automatic transmission (either a three- or four-speed depending on the year) sending power to all four wheels. An onboard tire-inflation system allowed the tires to be "aired down" for serious rock crawling and then pumped back up before hitting the pavement.
Although incredibly capable on rough terrain, a Hummer H1 is not something you'd want to use as daily transportation on blacktop. The massive dimensions make maneuvering in city traffic -- not to mention parking -- a nightmare. Performance is sluggish -- the H1's 0-60-mph performance, at over 16 seconds, is nearly twice as slow as some economy cars and only marginally quicker than the Columbia Glacier. Lastly, the cabin is about as luxurious as a postal truck's, and with the tucked-up driveline components taking up valuable passenger space, the seats are comically small.
The final year of the Hummer H1 was 2005, though it actually continued one more year as the H1 Alpha. This model boasted a number of changes under the skin that made the beast the best it had ever been. But by this time, the Hummer's price tag was upwards of $100,000, diesel cost more than $3 a gallon and most people were no longer interested in posing as hard-core military personnel on a covert operation to the shopping mall.
Most Recent Hummer H1
Although most Hummers (pre-H1 and H1 alike) are visually identical, the 1996-2005 versions are most similar beneath the macho bodywork. For '96, a 6.5-liter diesel V8 replaced the former 6.2-liter engine and offered 170 horsepower to the 6.2's 150. But more importantly, a turbocharged version of the 6.5-liter was available too, which furnished 195 hp and 430 pound-feet of torque. A 5.7-liter gas V8 was also available for 1996 and '97, but it wasn't a match for the heavy Hummer. Active safety was greatly increased for 1999 via the adoption of antilock brakes and traction control.
The new millennium saw the debut of the slantback model and the option of a CD changer, while 2001 brought a revamped gauge cluster, rear armrests and optional 17-inch alloy wheels. A 10th-anniversary package, complete with badges, marked 2002, as did a new steering wheel and more legroom for front passengers. An electronically locking rear differential became available for 2003, as did a 12-CD changer. The 6.5 turbodiesel picked up 10 hp and 10 lb-ft for 2004. The last Hummer H1 rolled out in 2005, replaced the following year by the more powerful H1 Alpha, which itself lasted just the single year.
Past Hummer H1 Models
Produced from 1992-'95, nearly all the earlier Hummers were powered by a standard 6.2-liter diesel engine (a 5.7-liter gas engine powered some '95s) and had minimal changes during its first four model years. These were even more lackluster performers than the later versions, as they didn't benefit from the option of turbodiesel power or a 4th gear for the automatic transmission.
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GeigerCars Hummer H2 Bomber - Click above for high-res image gallery
GiegerCars has a love affair with American cars, and a particularly strange affection for Hummers. The German tuner has created all sorts of strange variants like a Christmas-themed H2, a 700-horsepower H2 built for a Texas sheriff or any number of racing-liveried Hummers like the "Gulf Wing" or this Martini Racing inspired H3.
GiegerCars' latest creation is the Hummer H2 Bomber. The most notable modification is the addition of four Mattracks 88M1-A1 rubber tracks that replace the twenty inch wheels. The rest of the vehicle features a military design theme as well as a roof box with lighting and a silver matte paint finish. Now all we need is a race on a snow-covered drag strip between this and Ken Block's Subaru TRAX STI. Follow the jump for the press release from GeigerCars.
Horse-drawn Hummer H2 - Click above to view the video after the jump
When the internal combustion engine finally helped the automobile pass the horse-drawn carriage as the chosen method of transportation for a majority of citizens in the United States, that a step in the right direction. Right? Moving forward about a hundred years... when the behemoth Sport Utility Vehicle that never actually seems to venture off the beaten path passed the minivan in the hearts and minds of families across the country as the people-mover of choice, was that a step in the right direction?
If you answered no to either of the above questions, perhaps you'll enjoy the video pasted after the break. Created by artist Jeremy Dean (read about our initial post on the project here), the converted Hummer H2 is called Futurama and is pulled by two white horses named, appropriately enough, Duke and Diesel. Hummers are for horses? See for yourself.
Saturn Outlook - Click above for high-res image gallery
Even though both the Saturn and Hummer brands are being phased out, General Motors has reportedly revived production of both the Outlook crossover and H3 SUV to meet consumer demands.
Last month, GM assembled 1,037 Outlooks at its Lansing, Michigan facility, which is where the crossover's Lamda platform stablemates (Buick Enclave, Chevrolet Traverse and GMC Acadia) are built. A spokesperson for GM states that production was reinstated to utilize the rest of the Saturn-specific material at the facility, and that the automaker will continue to assemble the Outlook for a few more weeks.
Lynch Hummer dealership in Chesterfield, Missouri - Click above for image gallery
You've heard of art imitating life? Well how about life imitating war? That's another story entirely, but not so far fetched when it comes to the Hummer. The sport-'ute that met the public eye during Operation Desert Storm has all but completely gone through its entire life cycle in the intervening years: first as a military-only vehicle, the original model became available to the public, then GM bought the rights and started churning out pickup-based H2s and H3s, the U.S. armed forces went back Iraq, the original H1 was discontinued and now GM is preparing to wind down the brand entirely. But not before one last pistol-shootin' hoorah, courtesy of the one dealership that arguably sees the truck for what it is more than any other: Lynch Hummer.
The St. Louis-area franchise made headlines last year when they started filling their emptying showroom with gun racks, selling firearms to make up for dwindling sales in the gigantic SUVs. Now the dealership is connecting the dots with a one-of-a-kind promotion: Buy a Hummer, get a free shotgun.