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2024 Chevy Blazer EV: Up to 320 mile range, MSRP between $45-$66k, plus a “Police Pursuit” model

Let's do a price comparison

Ford Mustang Mach-E Premium (303 mi): $48,775

KIA EV6 WIND (310 mi): $48,795

Hyundai Ioniq 5 SE (303 mi): $44,000

Chevy Blazer EV 2LT (293 mi): $47,595

Tesla Model Y Long Range (318 mi): $65,990
Once the dealers do their markups, the others are in line with a Tesla model Y. Heck dealers are selling the EV6 by for 70k.
 

alexgr

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There are a few dealerships that do that.

Meanwhile, Tesla is charging everyone $17,000 market adjustment.
The problem is that in case of Ford, GM, Kia, etc. this "adjustment" does not go back to the manufacturer to invest in products and factories. So Ford has admitted they sell Mach-E for loss now.
 
I’d much rather pay Tesla to have that money go to R&D, TSLA shareholders or employee compensation than some BS dealership.
The problem is that in case of Ford, GM, Kia, etc. this "adjustment" does not go back to the manufacturer to invest in products and factories. So Ford has admitted they sell Mach-E for loss now.
At the end of the day, it doesn't make a difference to the consumer.
 

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