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Get Ready to Save Big on the All-New Blazer

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If you’ve been considering a new SUV, you’re in luck — for the month of June, a rebate will take $2,000 off a hot new Chevrolet Blazer.


Shop and Save: New Chevrolet Blazers


Savings and restrictions

These savings aren’t applicable to the base trim L model. Unlike the April promotion, aimed at owners of cars made by competing manufacturers, the June rebate includes current Chevy owners. 

To see how much you can save, check out the sticker prices on these Blazer models.

  • Blazer 1LT: $33,495
  • Blazer 2LT: $34,495
  • Blazer 3LT: $38,695
  • Blazer RS: $41,795
  • Blazer Premier: $43,895

With the rebate, you can score a Blazer 2LT for less than the regular price of a Blazer 1LT. Just be sure that your order is in before July 1. This incentive only applies to customers in the United States, and not all customers will qualify for the offer. Also, the incentive isn’t available with special financing options and leases. See a dealer for more details.

About the Chevrolet Blazer

Inside and out, the all-new Chevrolet Blazer flaunts its Camaro-inspired styling. It’s got a low, wide stance, tight proportions, and muscular contours. On the inside, its dashboard sports athletic red accent lights, an intuitive climate control system and optional leather trim. However, it’s got more than great looks. Practical features include a Cargo Management System, a power liftgate, and black roof-mounted rails.

The all-new Blazer comes equipped with a 2.5-liter inline-four LCV engine that earns an EPA-estimated 27 mpg on the highway. For a little more kick, get the optional 3.6-liter V6, which delivers 305 horsepower and 269 lb-ft of torque. When you choose the V6, you can also opt for all-wheel drive, which enables the Blazer to haul up to 4,500 pounds. Whichever you choose, you’ll also receive a nine-speed automatic transmission for a smooth, quiet ride.


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Source: GM Authority