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Given the recent announcement that GM isn't cutting their EV prices, this is an interesting article from GM Authority.
Since the Blazer is a direct competitor to the Mach-E and Model Y, I see the point they're trying to make about a price cut but I don't think it's necessary for GM to do it right now. As they mention the Blazer is already priced in a good spot.
For those who may be unaware, GM announced 2024 Chevy Blazer EV pricing last July, with the base 1LT FWD starting at around $44,995. Meanwhile, at the top of the range, we find the SS AWD starting around $65,995:
- 1LT FWD: around $44,995
- 2LT FWD: around $47,595
- 2LT AWD: TBD
- RS FWD: around $51,995
- RS RWD: TBD
- RS AWD: TBD
- SS AWD: around $65,995
- Select RWD Standard Range: $47,495
- Select AWD Standard Range: $50,495
- California Route 1 AWD Extended Range: $59,495
- Premium RWD Standard Range: $52,495
- Premium AWD Standard Range: $55,495
- GT Extended Range: $65,495
- GT Extended Range with Performance Package: $71,495
When you break it down, the 2024 Chevy Blazer EV is still more affordable than the Ford Mustang Mach-E and the Tesla Model Y, even without a price drop. Nevertheless, competition in this space certainly isn’t going to cool off any time soon, which could suggest that a price drop may be the right move all the same.