Chevrolet has started taking orders for the 2024 Blazer EV SUV. According to the US-based manufacturer, the first variant to be delivered will be the RS eAWD trim which will be followed by the RS (RWD) and base 2LT starting this fall.

As you may have read, the base 1LT grade was dropped from the list, and now, the 2LT is the new entry level trim. It has a starting price of $56,715 (including destination charge), and has a 17.7-inch infotainment touchscreen, 11-inch Driver Information Center, heated steering wheel, heated front seats, adaptive cruise control, 360-degree camera and others. The EPA range is 279 miles.

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The Blazer EV RS AWD (the next in line) has also 279 miles of range and comes at a starting price of $60,215.

In terms of price, the Blazer RS RWD is more expensive than the AWD variant. The starting price is $61,790, but it adds some goodies like the Bose audio system, and a bigger range (320 miles).