- Chevy Blazer insurance costs an average of $1,836 per year or around $153 per month, depending on the trim level.
- The Blazer is one of the more expensive midsize SUVs to insure for the 2023 model year, costing $66 more per year on average when compared to other midsize SUVs.
- The cheapest Blazer insurance is on the 2LT 2WD model at $1,730 per year, or about $144 per month.
How much does Chevy Blazer insurance cost?
Ranked 22nd out of 31 vehicles in the midsize SUV class, Chevy Blazer insurance costs an average of $1,836 per year. Average cost per month ranges from $144 to $158, depending on the trim level being insured.
With the average midsize SUV costing $1,770 a year to insure, the Chevrolet Blazer costs $66 more per year than the segment average rate.
The chart below illustrates how the average Chevrolet Blazer car insurance cost varies with differences in driver age and $250, $500, and $1,000 deductibles.
|Driver Age||Deductible||Annual Cost||Monthly Cost|
From a deductible standpoint, the higher the deductible, the lower the policy cost. In the chart above, rates range from an average rate for a 20-year-old driver of $3,650 to the average rate for a 60-year-old driver of $1,640.
Teenage drivers would have much higher insurance rates. For example, Blazer insurance for a 16-year-old male driver with a clean driving record averages $6,584 per year, while a 16-year-old female would pay about $5,796.
Where does Blazer insurance cost rank?
The Blazer ranks 22nd out of 31 comparison vehicles in the midsize SUV category for insurance affordability. It costs an average of $1,836 per year to insure for full coverage and the class average is $1,770 per year, a difference of $66 per year.
When compared to the most popular models in the 2023 midsize SUV segment, insurance for a Blazer costs $90 less per year than the Jeep Grand Cherokee, $30 more than the Toyota Highlander, $294 more than the Ford Explorer, and $132 less than the Jeep Cherokee.
The chart below shows how average Chevy Blazer car insurance rates fare against the 10 top-selling midsize SUVs. Additionally, you will find another table after the chart that displays average insurance rates for all 31 vehicles in the midsize SUV segment.
|8||Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport||$1,616||-$220|
|19||Mitsubishi Outlander Sport||$1,790||-$46|
|23||Hyundai Santa Fe||$1,858||$22|
|24||Jeep Grand Cherokee||$1,926||$90|
|28||Tesla Model Y||$2,026||$190|
|29||Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV||$2,072||$236|
What is the cheapest Chevy Blazer insurance?
The cheapest trim level of Chevy Blazer to insure is the base 2LT 2WD model at $1,730 per year, or about $144 per month. The next cheapest model is the 2LT AWD at $1,782 per year, and the third cheapest model to insure is the 3LT 2WD model at $1,804 per year.
The most expensive models to insure are the Blazer RS AWD at $1,900 and the Premier AWD at $1,900 per year. Those two trim levels will cost an extra $170 and $170 per year, respectively, over the least expensive Blazer 2LT 2WD model.
The table below shows average yearly and 6-month Chevy Blazer car insurance rates, plus a monthly budget amount, for each 2023 model year trim level.
|Chevrolet Blazer Trim Level||Annual Policy||Six-Month Policy||Per Month|
Additional rates and tips about insuring a Chevy Blazer include:
- Bad drivers pay more. Multiple at-fault accidents raise rates, possibly by an extra $2,568 per year for a 20-year-old driver and even $756 per year for a 40-year-old driver.
- Qualify for policy discounts to lower insurance costs. Discounts may be available if the insureds take a defensive driving course, drive low annual mileage, insure multiple vehicles on the same policy, or other policy discounts which could save the average driver as much as $314 per year.
- Blazer insurance for a teenage driver is expensive. Average rates for full coverage Blazer insurance cost $6,584 per year for a 16-year-old driver, $6,152 per year for a 17-year-old driver, and $5,746 per year for an 18-year-old driver.
- Expect to pay a lot for high-risk insurance. For a 50-year-old driver, having to buy a high-risk insurance policy can cause a rate increase of $2,156 or more per year.
- Your occupation could lower your rates. Some car insurance providers offer policy discounts for certain professions like lawyers, members of the military, police officers and law enforcement, engineers, farmers, and other occupations. If you can get this discount applied to your policy, you may save between $55 and $183 on your annual Blazer insurance cost, subject to the policy coverages selected.