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2021 Mazda BT-50 ABN pricing

Mazda has revealed sharp pricing on its new BT-50 ute for buyers with an Australian Business Number, including a tray on cab chassis models.

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Mazda Australia has revealed drive-away pricing on its new BT-50 ute for Australian Business Number (ABN) holders.

The prices are cheaper than list price by around $3000 to $5000 when accounting for on-road costs and the price of fitting a tray to cab-chassis variants.

Included in the prices for cab chassis models is a fitted Mazda Genuine Accessories Standard Alloy Tray.

MORE: 2021 Mazda BT-50 pricing and specs
MORE: 2021 Mazda BT-50 single- and freestyle cab revealed

2021 Mazda BT-50 Small Fleet/ABN pricing

  • Mazda BT-50 XT single cab chassis 4×2 auto: $39,990
  • Mazda BT-50 XT Freestyle cab chassis 4×2 auto: $43,490
  • Mazda BT-50 XT single cab chassis 4×4 manual: $44,990
  • Mazda BT-50 XT dual cab chassis pickup 4×2 auto: $45,990
  • Mazda BT-50 XT dual cab chassis 4×2 auto: $46,990
  • Mazda BT-50 XT single cab chassis 4×4 auto: $47,490
  • Mazda BT-50 XT Freestyle cab chassis 4×4 manual: $48,490
  • Mazda BT-50 XTR dual cab pickup 4×2 auto: $48,990
  • Mazda BT-50 XT Freestyle cab chassis 4×4 auto: $50,990
  • Mazda BT-50 XT dual cab pickup 4×4 manual: $50,990
  • Mazda BT-50 XT dual cab chassis 4×4 manual: $51,990
  • Mazda BT-50 XT dual cab pickup 4×4 auto: $53,490
  • Mazda BT-50 XTR dual cab pickup 4×4 auto: $53,990
  • Mazda BT-50 XT dual cab chassis 4×4 auto: $54,490
  • Mazda BT-50 XTR dual cab pickup 4×4 auto: $56,490
  • Mazda BT-50 GT dual cab pickup 4×4 manual: $56,990
  • Mazda BT-50 GT dual cab pickup 4×4 auto: $59,990

All prices are delivered, or drive-away, prices

The rest of the 2021 Mazda BT-50 range was today revealed, with the Single Cab and Freestyle Cab touching down November 1.

The two body styles are available only in base XT trim and only as cab-chassis models, though they’re available with either rear- or four-wheel drive.

The 4×2 is available only with a six-speed automatic transmission while the 4×4 offers a choice of the auto or a six-speed manual.

Unlike the previous generation of BT-50, there’s no smaller base engine. That means all BT-50 models are powered by a 3.0-litre turbo-diesel four-cylinder engine producing 140kW of power and 450Nm of torque.

Standard equipment on all Single Cab and Freestyle Cab models includes LED headlights, 17-inch alloy wheels, and a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto, DAB+ digital radio and wireless Apple CarPlay.

Automatic models also receive adaptive cruise control, while all models get carpeted floors.

The BT-50’s full suite of active safety technology is available on the Single and Freestyle Cab models.

This includes autonomous emergency braking with forward-collision warning, as well as blind-spot monitoring, lane-departure warning, and rear cross-traffic alert, plus lane-keeping assist on automatic models.

The dual-cab BT-50’s five-star ANCAP safety rating also applies to its two-door siblings.


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