Hummer seemed almost completely forgotten about in the years immediately following its 2010 demise, but with rumors swirling that General Motors wants to revive the nameplate on a new electric pickup truck, there may soon be a lot more attention directed at the brand. That could make a well-maintained Hummer vehicle a wise investment – especially since the chances of a gas or diesel powered Hummer being made once again are virtually nil.
There’s currently no shortage of Hummers for sale around the country. Like this 2001 Hummer H1, for example, which is currently on the lot at Hubbard Auto Center in Scottsdale, Arizona. This H1 wagon has travelled just 61,000 miles in its near-20-year lifetime and, based on the photos provided by Hubbard, appears virtually brand new. The Competition Yellow paint looks deep and shiny, while the black trim also looks just about flawless. Even the 6.5-liter Detroit Diesel V8 engine is absolutely spotless – certainly not something you can say about the engine bay of most Hummer H1s.
This Hummer’s Cloud Gray interior is also in good shape, though like most Hummers, there isn’t much in the way of creature comforts. A Boss audio head unit with a small LCD screen, fake carbon fiber trim and heating and air conditioning are about the only frills in this utilitarian space. It doesn’t leave much to be desired in the way of cargo space, though, with this wagon bodystyle featuring a huge rear storage cavity with easy-access, oppositely-hinged doors. Aftermarket alloy wheels (which may or may not be to your tastes) along with a roof-mounted storage rack complete the package.
Check out the listing for this 2001 Hummer H1 at this link. It’s a little short on details, but it does include a ton of high-quality photographs of the vehicle.