I shared that opinion until recently. Have you driven the Hummer?
Never. Don't have anything against them per say, but IMHO, a vehicle that big that you can't fit a refrigerator , sofa and tables and chairs or run down to pick up a 1/2 ton of gravel or a yard of mulch in is a bunch of wasted real estate. If your objective is to haul a bunch of kids to soccer games, minivans do it very well for 1/3 of the cost.
BTW. That's just me, but I have never had my ego (or anything else) stroked by the type of vehicle I own. I always looked at them just as tools, and if I didn't need one, I wouldn't have one.
I understand other people feel different about cars, and it is a free country, but outside of the rare few who must drive very tough off-road situations or military applications, a hummer is an ego choice, IMHO.
Nothing wrong with that, but its not any different than the people who pay all that cash for the illusion of being "Earth friendly. Egos, just on different trips.