Hummer to Shut Down, Discounting H2, H3
General Motors announced today that it will begin shutting down the Hummer brand after failing to secure a buyer. Part of the shutdown is a massive discounting on 2009 and 2010 Hummer models still on dealer lots, which comes to about 2,200 vehicles, GM says.
Buyers can get $6,000 in rebates on the 2009 Hummer H2 and H3, $5,000 on the 2009 H3T and $4,000 on 2010 H3T. Zero-percent financing will be offered instead of some of the cash rebates for qualified buyers.
Both the 2009 and 2010 Hummer H3 start at $33,390. The 2009 and 2010 H3T at $30,750 and $30,915, respectively. There weren’t significant changes between the two model years, so finding a 2009 would be worth the extra cash. The 2009 H2 starts at $63,090. We’d expect dealers will offer their own discounts on top of the cash back from GM.
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