Did you get a good deal on the all-new Blazer? Poor sales have lead to $6000-6,500 back in some cases.
For a sporty mid-size SUV, the Blazer has enough going for it. Performance is where it should be and features enough to keep complaints at bay. Pricing is a different story.
Paying up to $50,000 out the door for the Blazer RS can be steep whether leasing or buying. On the lower end, Blazer L and LS start within the $30k range. Slash off 20% and you can get a similarly configured Equinox. Yes, shopping for a Blazer comes at a premium. If you're willing to accept that fact among the lower trims, the question to lease or buy comes up.
Coming across an actual deal can take work as some Blazer owner and those still shopping have proven. Though, incentives up to $6,500 (RS) in cash have been seen in some cases (at the dealer level). In other situations, the opposite is found - no lease incentives. Poor sales could help see more of the former. Chevy is offering a $2,000 cash allowance that applies to every Blazer trim. Beyond that better deals are likely offered at the dealer level as pressure to move Blazers heat up.
Only 3,023 Blazer's sold in the U.S. from January to March 2019. Meanwhile, Traverse and Equinox still pulled strong and are expected to throughout 2019. Not so much for the Blazer.
Deals beyond what can be found now, which already meet and exceed industry norms, probably won't happen. Even with a poor sales outlook.
Right now couldn't be a better time for those that love the Blazer.
Incentives of $6,500 back on a Blazer RS and $6,000 on an LT as we've seen amounts to a lease deals not commonly found.