More than six out of every 1,000 late model Hummer H2s on the road were stolen in 2010 [source: Highway Loss Data Institute]. In addition to being one of the most stolen SUVs, the large, gas-guzzling H2s were also among the most costly for insurers and the insured when they were stolen, because of the high replacement price for the model. On average, insurance companies had to shell out $10,324 for every stolen H2, according to the HLDI's report. The group ranks models by how much money in average theft claim payments insurance companies have to make on stolen vehicles [source: Highway Loss Data Institute]. That figure is tied to the high list price of the H2, and the high replacement cost. A pre-owned 2009 H2 in excellent condition can sell for up to $53,000 [source: Kelley Blue Book]. Of course, older models in less pristine shape sell for less, and won't call for as much in insurance payouts.