Some of the most significant price increases have been applied to the 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban. The base LS trim-level for both SUVs is now $1,000 more expensive, while the LT trim is $900 more and the RST and Z71 trims are $700 more. The Premier trim level for both SUVs has also gone up in price by $600, while the range-topping High Country has increased by $500.
|Blazer 1LT, 2LT, 3LT, RS||$300|
|Colorado WT, LT||$0|
|Colorado Z71, ZR2||$1,000|
|Equinox LS, LT, Premier||$100|
|Suburban Z71, RST||$700|
|Suburban High Country||$500|
|Tahoe Z71, RST||$700|
|Tahoe High Country||$500|
|Traverse LS, LT Cloth, LT Leather, RS, Premier, High Country||$300|
The Silverado 1500, meanwhile, has gone up in price by $250 to $400 for most trim levels and engine combinations, although the Custom trim level is now $2,300 more expensive than it was previously, which is the most significant price increase applied to any model. Certain Silverado 1500 variants with the 5.3L L82 V8 have also received a slightly lesser price increase (by $50), as these trucks are being shipped without AFM/DFM due to the semiconductor chip shortage. Price increases for the 2021 Silverado HD range from $200 to $700 depending on the trim level and powertrain chosen.
|Silverado 1500 WT||LV3, L3B||$400|
|Silverado 1500 WT||L82||-$45|
|Silverado 1500 Custom||L3B||$2,300|
|Silverado 1500 Custom Trail Boss||LV3, L87||$400|
|Silverado 1500 Custom Trail Boss||L82||$350|
|Silverado 1500 LT, RST||L3B, LM2, L87||$300|
|Silverado 1500 LT, RST||L84||$250|
|Silverado 1500 LT Trail Boss||L84, L87||$400|
|Silverado 1500 LTZ||L84, LM2, L87||$0|
|Silverado 1500 High Country||L84, LM2, L87||$100|
|Silverado 2500HD WT, LT||L8T, L5P||400|
|Silverado 2500HD Custom||L8T, L5P||0|
|Silverado 2500HD LTZ, High Country||L8T, L5P||200|
|Silverado 3500HD WT, LT||L8T, L5P||400|
|Silverado 3500HD LTZ||L8T, L5P||200|
|Silverado 3500HD High Country||L8T, L5P||700|
The Equinox, which is Chevy’s most popular crossover model, is now $100 more expensive than it was previously, although the entry-level L trim level did not receive a price increase. The Blazer is $300 more expensive for all trim levels except the Premier, which has gone up by $200. The Trailblazer and Trax have gone up by $200 across the board, while all Traverse trim levels except the base L have gone up by $300. The Spark hatchback is now $200 more expensive across the board, as is the Malibu sedan. The Camaro sports coupe has also gone up by $200 for all trim level/powertrain combinations.
The Chevy Express van is also now more expensive than it was previously. The WT trim level has gone up in price by $500, while the LS and LT models have gone up by $800. The Z71 and off-road-focused ZR2 trim levels for the Chevy Colorado mid-size pickup have gone up in price, as well, gaining $1,000.
A couple of models did not receive a price increase. The 2021 Chevrolet Bolt EV has the same MSRP, as GM is preparing to launch the updated 2022 model year Bolt EV this summer. The 2021 Corvette received a $1,000 price increase earlier in the year, as well, so it sticks with its $60,995 price tag.