Hummer H2 vehicles have had a number of recalls, so it's worth checking documentation to make sure all recalled components have been replaced before purchasing one. Prior to placing an offer, buyers should also look up the car's history by ordering a report based on its vehicle identification number.
Unlike its predecessor, the Hummer H2 is based on a Chevrolet Tahoe platform, so its durability is more in line with standard pickup trucks than vehicles of military heritage. As a result, buyers should exercise the same level of caution they would use when browsing other types of passenger trucks. While military-grade vehicles are often able to handle wear better than passenger cars, the H2 does not meet this standard.
Buyers should decide whether they want to shop with individual sellers or at dealerships. Dealerships typically offer better protections for buyers, but also tend to charge more. Those looking to finance their purchases may need to go to dealerships as well. Negotiating prices with dealerships is ideal.
Online resources are useful for finding vehicles for sale. Cars.com is a popular resource that primarily focuses on dealerships. Craigslist is a popular tool for finding vehicles sold by individuals, although dealerships sometimes list cars on this site as well.