GM Restarting Blazer EV Sales, Decreases Prices Following Software Issues

Chevrolet halted sales of the Chevy Blazer EV in January due to software issues affecting owners and reviewers.

The 2024 Chevy Blazer EV is now back on sale with updated software and lower prices to compete with rivals like Tesla Model Y and Ford Mustang Mach-E.

Only a few trims of the 2024 Chevy Blazer EV are currently available, with more details on other trims to follow later.

The LT AWD now starts at $50,195, down from its original price of $56,715, while the RS AWD starts at $54,595, reduced from $60,215, and the RS RWD starts at $56,170, down from $61,790.

These trims qualify for the full federal tax credit, resulting in post-credit prices of $42,695 for LT AWD, $47,095 for RS AWD, and $48,670 for RS RWD.

Chevy will provide a matching incentive value for trims that don't meet the credit requirements.

The new pricing aims to make the Chevy Blazer EV more competitive in the electric SUV market.

Customers can now purchase the Blazer EV with confidence, knowing that software issues have been addressed.

The price reduction aligns with recent price drops from competitors, making the Blazer EV a more attractive option.

Chevy anticipates increased sales with the reintroduction of the Blazer EV and its revised pricing strategy.