Negotiations for sale to a Chinese company have broken down, and GM now plans to wind down the brand. There's still a chance someone will jump in and grab them, of course. As a car enthusiast, I have strong opinions about automobiles and my opinions are almost entirely negative when it comes to Hummer. The original Humvee actually makes the most sense, because it was really a heavy duty truck, and had the rugged cachet of being a real military vehicle. If that's what floats your boat. But the H2 and H3 were always poseur SUVs that were just dolled up GM pickups (which are themselves credible off-road vehicles, but why not just get a Z71 2500HD then?). I'm not a big fan of SUVs but if you have to have one, a much better option would be a 4Runner at the low end or an LR4/RangeRover at the high end. Nope, good riddance, the brand became an embarrassing parody of the original.