Chevy Blazer Average Transaction Price Stable Q4 2023

The unibody Chevy Blazer, which debuted for the 2019 model year, has been a very well-liked product in its class. Over the course of the 2023 calendar year, it constantly finished in the middle of the pack. In Q4 2023, there was just a minor increase in the Bow Tie midsize crossover’s average transaction price (ATP).

The Chevy Blazer’s average transaction price climbed by 0.9 percent year over year, the least amount of any Chevy model, according to a research from Cox Automotive. In Q4 2023, sales of the crossover increased by barely 0.13 percent to 16,653 units.

Notably, Chevy’s Q4 2023 sales dropped by 0.5 percent to 406,848 units overall. Overall sales for General Motors increased by 0.2 percent to 619,684 vehicles.

The mid-cycle redesign for the 2023 model year prevented any major upgrades for the current 2024 Blazer lineup. This slight shift in ATP was therefore expected.

The 2023 Blazer was distinguished by a redesigned front and back fascia, interior enhancements, and a reworked trim lineup in relation to the previously mentioned mid-cycle refresh. With a 10.2-inch infotainment screen as standard on all trims, it was arguably the biggest change.

Recall that the 2LT, 3LT, and Premier trim levels come standard with a 2.0L LSY I4 gasoline engine that is turbocharged and rated for 228 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque. The 3.6L LGX V6 gasoline engine, which produces 270 pound-feet of torque and 308 horsepower while running, is available as an option on the 3LT and Premier trim levels and standard on the RS model. The GM nine-speed automated gearbox is mated to both engines; FWD is the default mode and AWD is an optional one.

The Blazer is powered by the GM C1 platform under the body panels. July 2023 saw the start of production of the current 2024 Blazer at the GM Ramos Arizpe facility in Mexico. Looking ahead, the Ramos Arizpe site is scheduled to switch to EV-only manufacture later this year, therefore production of the 2025 Blazer is presently uncertain.

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