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Pricing and spec announced on new Mazda BT-50

ByDean MellorSeptember 22, 2020
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Pricing and spec announced on new Mazda BT-50

Mazda Australia has announced pricing and specification details for its new Mazda BT-50 4X4 ute range which goes on sale on 1 October.

The new Mazda BT-50 4X4 ute will start at $49,360 plus on-road costs for the XT specification Dual Cab Chassis ranging through to $59,990 +ORC for the top-spec BT-50 GT Dual Cab Pickup.

The new Mazda BT-50 4X4 line-up and prices are as follows:

  • BT-50 XT          Dual Cab Chassis         4×4 Manual                 $49,360
  • BT-50 XT          Dual Cab Chassis         4×4 Automatic             $51,860
  • BT-50 XT          Dual Cab Pickup          4×4 Manual                 $50,760
  • BT-50 XT          Dual Cab Pickup          4×4 Automatic             $53,260
  • BT-50 XTR       Dual Cab Pickup          4×4 Manual                 $54,710
  • BT-50 XTR       Dual Cab Pickup          4×4 Automatic             $57,210
  • BT-50 GT         Dual Cab Pickup          4×4 Manual                 $56,990
  • BT-50 GT         Dual Cab Pickup          4×4 Automatic            $59,990

The new Mazda BT-50 is built on the same platform as the new Isuzu D-MAX and it shares many features including the same 140kW/450Nm 3.0-litre four-cylinder engine and choice of six-speed manual or six-speed auto transmissions. The BT-50 also shares many of the same safety features as the D-MAX, which recently became the first 4X4 on the market to feature a centre airbag, helping it to recently score a five-star ANCAP rating, which the Mazda BT-50 will no doubt also achieve.

New Mazda BT-50

Those advanced safety features will be available across the Mazda BT-50 line-up and they include driver, front passenger, side, curtain, driver’s knee and driver’s far-side airbags, ABS, Attention Assist, Automatic High Beam (AHB), Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB), Blind Spot Monitor (BSM), Dynamic Stability Control (DSC), Emergency Lane Keeping (ELK) – Overtaking, Emergency Stop Signal (ESS), Hill Descent Control (HDC), Hill Launch Assist (HLA), Lane Departure Warning (LDW), Lane Departure Prevention (LDP), Lane-keep Assist System (LAS) (auto only), Locking Rear Differential (LRD) – switchable on/off (4×4 models), Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA), Reverse Camera, Roll Over Protection (ROP), Secondary, Collision Reduction, Speed Assist System, Traction Control System (TCS) and Turn Assist.

Standard equipment on the base-spec XT includes 17-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights, power-adjustable mirrors, cruise Control (manual), Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop & Go (auto), 7-inch colour touchscreen, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto (USB) and DAB+ digital radio.

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The BT-50 XTR adds 18-inch alloy wheels, power fold mirrors, auto levelling headlights, LED front fog lamps, LED DRLs, side steps, dual-zone climate control with rear vents, leather wrapped steering wheel and gear knob, auto-dimming mirror, rear seat centre armrest, 9-inch colour touchscreen, sat-nav and keyless entry.

In addition, the top-spec BT-50 GT adds chrome exterior mirrors with heating function, brown leather seat trim, eight-way power adjustable driver’s seat, heated front seats, remote engine start (auto only) and front parking sensors.

The new Mazda BT-50 will be covered by a five-year/unlimited kilometre warranty with roadside assist and servicing intervals are set at 12 months/15,000km.

We’re going to get our hands on the new Mazda BT-50 soon so standby for our first drive impressions.

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