Chevy cuts 2025 Blazer EV prices, but here’s what you need to know


The 2025 Chevy Blazer EV will debut with lower starting prices. However, with a lower price tag, some features are also getting cut. Here’s what you should know.

2025 Chevy Blazer EV prices cut (again)

Although Chevy introduced the Blazer EV back in 2022, the all-electric SUV hit the market in mid-2023.

After four months on the market, GM issued a stop-sale to fix its software. In March, the stop-sale was lifted, and the 2024 Chevy Blazer EV was reintroduced with lower prices.

The electric Blazer also gained access to the full $7,500 federal tax credit, drastically lowering its starting price. The base Blazer EV 2LT AWD trim’s price was lowered by over $6,500. With the tax credit included, the Blazer EV could be bought for as little as $42,695

Later this year, GM will offer a more affordable Blazer EV LT FWD. With a starting price under $50,000, GM aims to compete with Tesla’s best-selling Model Y.

Chevy Blazer EV trim

Old 2024 MSRP New 2024 starting price Difference EPA Range Starting price with $7,500 tax credit 2025 Starting Price
(vs. 2024)
2LT AWD $56,715 $50,195 -$6,520 279 $42,695 $48,995
RS AWD $60,215 $54,595 -$5,620 279 $47,095 $54,295
RS RWD $61,790 $56,170 -$5,620 320
$48,670 N/A
Chevy Blazer EV prices and range by trim

According to early data from GM Authority, Chevy is lowering 2025 Blazer EV prices even further. The 2025 LT AWD trim is $1,200 lower than the 2024 model. However, features like the Dual Level Charge Cord ($1,225) and Comfort and Convenience Package ($2,295) are no longer standard.

Meanwhile, the RS AWD trim is $300 cheaper. But, again, the features above are no longer included as standard.

2024 Chevy Blazer EV RS (Source: GM)

The RS Convenience and Driver Confidence Package was mandatory on the 2024 Blazer EV. Priced at $2,620, the 2025 model will cost $2,320 more to get the charge cord.

With new incentives, 2024 Blazer EV lease prices are nearly the same as those of the gas-powered model. It’s also cheaper than the 2024 Honda Prologue, even though it’s based on the same platform.

2024 Chevy Blazer EV RS interior (Source: GM)

Meanwhile, Chevy began deliveries of the new Equinox EV. With a 1LT FWD trim coming later this year, starting at $34,995, GM claims it’s the “most affordable” EV in its class with up to 300 miles range (see our review).

Are you ready to check out Chevy’s new all-electric vehicles? We can help you get started today. You can use our links below to find deals on Chevy Blazer and Equinox EV models at a dealer near you.

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