Hummer Stretch Ready To Roll In Time For Prom

Lexi Tucker
Posted on April 2, 2018

GRANADA HILLS, Calif. — Sprinters, Transits, and other large vehicles are starting to go mainstream; but that doesn't mean you should turn your back on roomy stretches. This used 2005 Hummer H2 SUV stretch limousine, built by Iron Coach and now for sale on for $27,500 at 188,900 miles, is a good addition for the company that wants to stay traditional, but provide vehicles that are comfortable with large numbers of people inside.


The stretch can fit up to 22 passengers and comes with tinted windows, a wet bar, fiber optic lighting, strobe lights, premium sound, mirrored ceiling, iPod aux integration, mood lighting, leather seats, and a TV/DVD player. 

The seller writes: "This vehicle was purchased new in March 2005, and has only had one owner since. It was custom made and revamped into probably the nicest interior Hummer you will find on the market. We know every inch of this limousine from top to bottom, and have worked many weddings with this beauty."

They say the engine and transmission were replaced about a year ago. The engine was purchased used in February 2017 with 60,000 miles. The transmission was  bought brand new from a dealership and is under warranty (receipt available).

Related Topics: Hummer,, online vehicle sales, proms, stretch limousine, SUV limousines, used vehicles, vehicle sales, weddings

Lexi Tucker Senior Editor
Comments ( 1 )
  • Joe

     | about 2 years ago

    $27,500 at 188,900 miles for that used one? how much is it brand new? looking to ADD one to my fleet thank you.

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