Desperate Hummer H3 Prices Still Too High

desperate hummer h3 prices still too high

With things, erm, being as they are right now (economy in the toilet, SUVs being hugely unpopular, nobody buying cars, GM on the verge of evaporating and floating to China), Hummers are about as desirable as herpes. Although the Red Tag sale price of the H3 5-cylinder is floating around $26,000, there’s still a sub-basement. Some highlights from around the sales (or no sales) on FleaBay, Swapalease, and AutoTrader:

—2009 Hummer H3 – $22,985.00 – 13 miles – Optimistically want a 100% cash payment. eBay Motors

–2008 Hummer H3 Alpha – V8 engine – $34,900 – 1854 miles – Oh come on. eBay Motors

–2008 Hummer H3 – $322/month – 4000 miles so far, 30 months remaining, 28500 miles remaining. Swapalease

–2008 Hummer H3 – $18,717 – 15,048 miles – Listed as new – might never have been titled. Autotrader

–2008 Hummer H3 – $22,291 – 4143 miles – stick shift is actually marginally cool. Autotrader

–2009 Hummer H3 – $21,995 – Brand new – classic “one at this price.” Team Chevrolet Hummer, Pasadena

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  • Qwerty Qwerty on Nov 24, 2008

    New for $22K! LOL. The reason for Hummer hate given by owners is often people are jealous because they cannot afford one. It was always a bogus argument, but now it's just funny. By the time Hummers are collectors items, gas will cost $30/gallon, everyone will be driving small electric cars made of carbon fiber, and vehicles the size of Hummers won't be legal to drive without a commercial driver license. Even then the only Hummer worth collecting will be an H1.

  • Areitu Areitu on Nov 25, 2008
    Stein X Leikanger : November 24th, 2008 at 1:54 pm My friends, this is nothing. You can go to Hong Kong and buy a Bentley Continental, with all the extras, used one year, for USD 18.000 CNN had a report from a luxury car reseller who had a parking garage full of automotive excellence waiting for excellent cash - and he wasn’t offering firesale prices, these were earthquake quotes. Rolls Royce, dozens of Astons, Bentleys — and cheap. I speak chinese. Let me know where this nice gentleman lives.

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