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Chevy lifts stop-sale order on glitchy Blazer EV — and slashes prices

Chevy Blazer EV
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Chevy lifted the stop-sale order on the Blazer EV that was put in place last December after numerous owners and reviewers reported significant issues with the vehicle’s software, including blank infotainment screens and error messages while charging.

Chevy rolled out a software update that it says should fix the problems as well as provide a few enhancements for Blazer EV owners. In addition, Chevy announced it was cutting the Blazer EV’s price by an average of $5,900 and that the vehicle will qualify for the full $7,500 federal EV tax credit when sales resume.

“We are excited to have the Chevrolet Blazer EV available again, this time with a compelling price,…

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