With new Blazers arriving at dealerships across the country, searching to find the best deals out there can be an exhausting process. While there do not seem to be any official rebates or incentives, we expect that to change over the coming months. With how aggressively Chevy has chosen to set the Blazer when compared to other key competitors, it could be a tough sell for inquiring buyers.
With the supply of the Blazer still building, it simply might be too soon for cash incentives. Once models are more readily available we may start to see a modest rebate offer or some kind of loyalty bonus for current GM customers. In fact, Chevy has already begun offering this incentive on leases. A 2019 1LT can be leased from $369 for 36 months with a 10,000 mile per year allowance. $2,899 is due at signing, which saves GM loyalists around $1,000 compared to everyone else.
Chevy crossovers generally have good lease values, but it's too early to know if the Blazer will continue on that trend. There is no promotional financing being advertised and many of the APR offers have vanished throughout the Chevy lineup. For the moment, comparing offers at local dealers is the best way to secure a competitive rate.
In comparison, the 2019 Equinox has some incredible offers that we hope come to the Blazer in time. Qualified lessees can secure $199/month for 39 months with $3,499 due at signing on the FWD LT. Step up to the AWD LT and 0% APR for 72 months is available, with up to $1,000 in APR cash.
The Blazer is likely to sell at or near MSRP for the next few months, as it's only been about 30 days since dealers began receiving inventory. Any of the current promotions and offers from Chevy will expire on April 1, 2019.