2021 models qualify for up to $1,750 off.
Chevrolet recently announced several updates for its midsized Blazer SUV, including five new color options, revised head- and taillights, a new grille, and redesigned wheel choices that lend the stylish crossover even more appeal. With General Motors aiming for electric car domination in the States, the Blazer and Equinox will switch over to all-electric models to bolster the carmaker's ever-growing range, currently consisting of the Bolt and upcoming Silverado EV and Cadillac Lyriq.
But for now, there are some great deals to be had on the existing models, with Chevrolet offering appealing price cuts on the Blazer. This month, a discount offers a cash allowance of up to $1,000 on 2022 models, with 2021 models receiving a very tempting $1,750 off. This price reduction for 2021 models does not include the L model, though.
Chevrolet is also offering interest-free financing for up to two years, plus a $750 Select Market Competitive Cash for current lessees or owners of a non-GM vehicle, 2008 or newer. This applies to both 2021 and 2022 Blazers.
A national lease is available for both the 2021 and 2022 Blazer FWD LT. The 2021 models will go for $229 per month (for 24 months), with no security deposit. A cool $3,729 is required at signing, for current lessees of a 2017 or newer non-GM vehicle.
While the 2022 model is available at the same $229 monthly payment, the lease agreement is tethered to a longer period (36 months), with $3,609 due at the time of signing, also for current lessees of a 2017 or newer non-GM vehicle.
Neither lease agreement requires a security deposit, with the low mileage lease allowing for up to 10,000 miles a year.
These offers are available nationwide, with Chevrolet noting some customers may not qualify for this deal. Recently, the Bow Tie brand also announced some seriously tempting offers available on the Chevrolet Silverado, with up to $3,750 off a Silverado Crew Cab Work Truck fitted with the turbocharged 2.7-liter engine.
With the chip crisis causing severe problems for automakers, greedy dealers have taken advantage of the situation and placed heavy premiums above the recommended MSRP. In the end, it's the consumer who suffers most, paying exorbitant prices for vehicles that are in short supply. Discounts such as this will certainly be a help to anyone in these cash-strapped times, but if you want to act on them, you better do so soon. Chevrolet's deals are reportedly valid through February 28, 2022.