Electric Vehicles Have Arrived!

Electric vehicles are increasingly popular for many reasons. These eco-friendly vehicles reduce your carbon footprint, save on fuel costs because they run on electricity, perform exceptionally well, and are low maintenance thanks to an efficient electric motor. If you are thinking about switching from a gas vehicle to an electric model, we at Sullivan Motor Products Ltd. invite you to test drive the new EV Blazer at our dealership in Houston! Contact us to schedule a test drive at your convenience, and as EVs become available in our showroom, be sure to check in on our ever-changing offers and incentives.

  • 2024 Chevy Blazer EV


    Blazer EV is the complete package with style, performance and technology. Available in multiple trims, colours and battery ranges, this daring new all-electric mid-size SUV is built from the ground up around the game-changing Ultium battery platform. Ultium offers flexibility in charging speeds, range and performance – giving the sporty Blazer EV the sheer power and confidence needed to go the distance.

  • 2024 Chevy Blazer EV


    Blazer EV offers a GM estimated range of up to 449 km on LT AWD† and up to 521 km on RS RWD on a full charge.†,† When enabled, Regen on Demand™† and One Pedal Driving† help convert the vehicle’s kinetic energy into energy stored in the battery for later use to help get the most range.

  • 2024 Chevy Blazer EV


    Blazer EV is a standout on the road with a sporty appeal and unique, eye-catching details, including available walk-up lighting and an illuminated Chevrolet emblem.

Electric Vehicle FAQs

What does an EV cost to own? 

Electric vehicle costs differ in light of various makes and models and are typically priced higher than internal combustion engine vehicles. According to the CBC, the price of a new EV vehicle in Canada ranges from $39,498 to $189,000, with $83,510 as the average cost. 

Where will you charge your EV?

You can charge your EV at home using a Level 1 or Level 2 charger requiring a 120-volt charger or 240-volt charger, respectively. Level 2 is the faster home charging option. You can also take advantage of public charging stations in your area that offer quick charging and varying fees. 

How long does it take to charge an EV?

It depends on the charging method you use and the type of EV you drive. For example, if you drive a PHEV, or plug-in electric hybrid vehicle, it will likely take four to five hours to charge your car with a Level 1 charger. A battery electric vehicle, or BEV, can take 40 to 50 hours to charge with Level 1. Charging a BEV with a Level 2 charger can take four to 10 hours. Public charging stations can charge your car in as little as 30 minutes. 

Can roadside assistance help you if your EV runs out of battery power?

Many roadside assistance programs cover EV charging, so check your policy. If you are not currently enrolled in a roadside assistance program, ensure your selection covers EV charging before moving forward. 

What is the electric vehicle tax credit? 

If you buy a new plug-in EV or fuel cell electric vehicle (FCV), you could qualify for a $5,000 credit according to the Canadian government.

Ready to test drive the new EV Blazer! Contact us today to get started! 

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