Inventory levels of the Chevy Blazer EV across the United States appear to be rising, sources familiar with the matter tell GM Authority.
As of mid-November 2023, 287 units of the all-electric crossover had been delivered in the United States thus far. Additionally, there were 1,205 units arriving at dealerships in November 2023, which could suggest that inventory levels are on the rise.
It’s worth noting that there appears to be more 4,000 units of the Blazer EV either on the ground or en route, according to the inventory search tool on Chevy’s website.
As a reminder, General Motors was reportedly pumping out approximately 65 units of the Blazer EV per hour at the GM Ramos Arizpe plant in Mexico back in July 2023. Assuming the facility has at least maintained that figure up to the time of this writing, it’s likely that inventory levels of the Blazer EV will grow exponentially.
In regard to the Blazer EV specifically, the Bow Tie brand’s all-electric crossover was originally slated to eventually be offered in four trim levels, including the 1LT, 2LT, RS, and SS. However, The General decided to axe the entry-level 1LT. At present, the 2LT and RS trims are the first two currently being produced, while the range-topping SS is currently scheduled to arrive in Spring 2024.
As of July 2022, pricing figures for 2LT, RS and SS were quoted at $47,595, $51,995, $65,995, respectively. However, General Motors recently updated the pricing numbers, and declined to unveil starting MSRPs for the three trim levels.
Notably, there will also be a PPV variant that will be unavailable for the general public.
Under the body panels, all variants of the Chevy Blazer EV ride on the GM BEV3 platform, and are motivated by GM Ultium Drive motors and GM Ultium batteries. A wide variety of drivetrain configurations will be offered, and include either FWD (2LT, RS), RWD (RS), or AWD (2LT, RS, SS).