The Chevy Blazer EV Heads To Dealers, But You’ll Have To Wait For The Cheap Ones


While these initial prices may turn off some buyers, Chevy wants everyone to know that it’s still committed to affordability and that cheaper trims will be coming next year along with the police version of the Blazer EV as well as the high-performance Blazer EV SS. A Chevy spokesperson said:

The Chevy Blazer EV was welcomed with open arms when GM finally showed it to the public in the summer of 2022. Here was a sharp-looking EV that was going to battle the likes of the Ford Mustang Mach-E with an attractive starting price of $44,995. Fast forward just over a year later and it’s headed to dealers. You’ll just have to wait a little longer to see that price.

Prices have increased from their early estimates to $56,715 for the 2LT AWD and $60,215 for the RS AWD; the rear-wheel drive RS costs more at $61,790. A Chevy rep told the Freep that the first cars being shipped were highly optioned “launch editions.”

2024 Chevy Blazer EV RS
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The initial prices of the Blazer EV are still shown on Chevy’s site.