GM Slashes Chevrolet Blazer EV Price as Sales Resume After Software Problems

The starting price for available 2024 Blazer EVs is now $50,195, marking a reduction of $6,520 from its initial launch price in August. Meanwhile, the more expensive “RS” models will see price cuts of $5,620, with all-wheel drive versions starting at $54,595 and rear-wheel drive at $56,170.

Further pricing details for other models, including a sub-$50,000 trim, will be disclosed closer to the commencement of sales later this year.

Blazer EV
Enhanced features and functionality were introduced, including customizable ambient lighting and improved driver information graphics. (Credits: Top Gear)

It’s worth noting that these prices do not account for a $7,500 federal tax credit that the vehicle now qualifies for, thanks to the Biden administration’s Inflation Reduction Act of 2022. GM adjusted its materials sourcing to ensure the vehicle meets the requirements for the full incentive.

Chevrolet Vice President Scott Bell expressed enthusiasm about the reintroduction of the Chevrolet Blazer EV at a more competitive price point, along with enhanced features and functionality. He encouraged customers to visit their nearest Chevy dealership to experience the vehicle firsthand.’

qualifies for a full $7,500 federal tax credit, boosting affordability and incentivizing electric vehicle adoption. (Credits: Top Gear)

Price has been a significant barrier to EV adoption, which has progressed slower than anticipated in recent months. However, these price reductions bring the Blazer EV closer in line with its gas-powered counterpart, which typically starts at around $37,000 to $48,000.

Sajda Parveen
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