According to The Drive, the cost to replace both of the Hummer's Taillights is $6,100! and that's before installation. They were able to confirm that each taillight costs $3,045.48.

One owner was quoted $4,040 to replace one light, not including labor!

If you're one of the lucky few to score a Hummer EV (hopefully not at a crazy auction price), it might behoove you to protect your tail lights from damage. As one owner in a Hummer EV Facebook group found out, those plastic housings are quite expensive.

This particular owner was quoted $4,040 for just the Hummer's passenger taillight, not including labor. While this might seem like a typo, we can assure you that these taillights truly are expensive. After digging up the part number and giving a few dealers a call ourselves, The Drive was able to confirm GM's list price of $3,045.48 per side, meaning a full set will run nearly $6,100—more than 5% of the Hummer EV's MSRP—before installation.

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