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I have a reservation for a SUV, but had the opportunity to test drive the truck. It's a pretty cool ride. Very smooth acceleration which makes you forget about the bulkiness/weight until you get into a turn. I don't think I can add much to all the other reviews out there. But wanted to mention that it's for still for sale if someone on the board is interested
It had just over 4,500 miles on it today. Dealer wouldn't say way why it was traded or sold to them. They're asking 189k for it.

Not sure how much I can post here, but if anyone is interested in it I can share dealer info, link to the truck, and a quick walk-around video they sent me.

Update edit 12/22/2022: Price lowered to 170k
 

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I ordered 2 other cars over a year ago and they are both scheduled to be here in January/Feb. I don't have the space for all of them, so something has to go. I love the Hummer EV so it's possible that one of the other 2 end up being sold.
 

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A lot of dealers out there still under the delusion that it’s still May 2022. Sub 100 mile examples barely going for over $160k a month ago.
Yeah... A month or so ago my dealer had one and called me (because I had asked them about seeing one). They had (supposedly) bought it from GM after some dealer demo day at Charlotte Motor Speedway. I looked at it in the showroom and I really liked a lot about it... Then he hit me with did I want to buy it for $190,000.....I was like that's a Hard No as they were going for around 160 back then I think... And I told him that as much as I really liked it, I would rather be patient and wait for my EV3X at retail and use the other $70,000 to do something else with... I haven't been back by, but I may stop by this coming week to see if they sold it, or if they got caught by the stop sale.... If that's the case, then they probably have had a lot more people to come and see it, so it may not all that bad... Maybe they could get a little bidding war...
 

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I agree that the 189k is over the top. What would be a competitive price for this one now? close to MSRP?
If they were delivering a meaningful amount of trucks and there was no stop-sale (i.e. you were just paying to skip the line of trucks in active production) I'd say 10-20 over sticker would be "acceptable". But since the Hummer EV is, as a practical matter, not in production or being sold, those that really want one are giving 50-80k over sticker for the privilege. Yeah, yeah, I know I'm being facetious but the Hummer EV factory is shut down from the end of November to (probably) sometime in late Dec or (more likely) Jan. 2023 and you can't buy one from anyone but a private party that owns one from the limited pool of delivered trucks so it is FUNCTIONALLY not in production or being sold (temporarily). New supply is currently non-existent so prices will get weird again for a month or two.
 

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I have a Hum EV1 with title in hand located in Arlington, Texas with a little over 7800 miles. I’m selling mine now asking $169K. You can own one tomorrow if you notify me ASAP with your best offer. I absolutely love this truck, but the only reason why I’m selling it is because I have an Edition 1 SUV reservation so if I can make a little money now to help pay for SUV one. Many options to include the kicker tailgate audio system, the sky panel storage, and the consul lockbox. All software updates are up to date including the extract mode sensors with of course the exception of the battery pack leak recall. i’m confident that the GMC hummer engineers will find a solution. Please contact me asap, I have a potential buyer that supposed to give me his final offer tomorrow. Rick. 210-379-7425
 

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