Chevrolet recently announced that production of the highly anticipated 2024 Blazer EV has begun. The first models to hit the market are the RS AWD (all-wheel-drive) versions of this brand new, all-electric SUV. Customers looking for the 2LT AWD and rear-wheel-drive Blazer EV RS models will have to wait a bit longer, as production for these trims will start in the fall.
Top-Tier SS Trim Release Delayed
For those seeking the top-tier, high-performance SS trim, unfortunately, production has been postponed until next spring. Chevrolet will release more details about the availability of the front-wheel-drive variants of the RS and entry-level 2LT models closer to their launch dates in 2024.
Pricing and Tax Credits
Chevrolet has finalized the pricing for the 2024 Blazer EV. The RS AWD models, which will be the first to arrive at dealerships, will start at $60,215. Following these, the 2LT AWD and RS RWD deliveries will start at $56,715 and $61,790, respectively. The higher price tag of the RS RWD includes a Bose audio upgrade. Pricing for other trims and drivetrains will be announced later. It’s worth noting that Blazer EV buyers may be eligible for up to $7,500 in federal tax credits.
Impressive Range Certification
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has already certified the estimated ranges for the RS AWD and 2LT AWD at 279 miles on a full charge. While Chevrolet is still awaiting the test results from the EPA for other variants, they expect an estimated range of 293 miles for the 2LT FWD and an impressive 320 miles for the RS RWD.
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