Who are Hummer?
Hummer wouldn’t be around if it weren’t for the Terminator himself, Arnold Schwarzenegger. According to legend, he saw the non-civilian Humvee or “High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle” and immediately knew he wanted one of his own. His persistent requests for a civilian model paid off, and the first Hummer was born in 1992. He eventually developed a fleet of up to seven Hummers for his own use, including some that run on alternative fuels.
A Hummer vehicle was once seen as a US status symbol, but the brand was eventually closed down by General Motors in 2010.
In a world of environmentally friendly electric and hybrid vehicles, the gas-powered Hummer is more likely to be seen as a novelty stretch limo than on the streets as a consumer car.
Frequently asked questions
How much does a Hummer cost to insure?
According to our data, the average insurance costs** of these vehicles are:
Your car will also be given a higher or lower premium price depending on which insurance group it belongs to. These groups are listed from 1-50, and the higher the group, the more expensive your vehicle will be to insure.
To see your Hummer’s insurance group rating, check our car insurance group checker for your model. Below are a few examples of Hummer models:
If you can't find the details of your Hummer instantly when checking the rating or getting a quote, just enter your registration number to get a result.
Can I cut the cost of my Hummer insurance?
Checking the value of your vehicle and its annual mileage is also a good idea – it could help to reduce your costs if you’re driving a lower value car with lower mileage.
You might want to increase your voluntary excess. This can lower the cost of your premium, but be sure you can afford to pay the excess if you have an accident.
Where can I find Hummer insurance?
You can get a quote for your Hummer from top insurance providers by using our price comparison service.
Wondering how your insurance is calculated? Check out the list of factors that are generally considered when you ask for a quote.
Looking to insure another vehicle? Our manufacturers hub should be able to help you.