The Mazda BT-50 has become cheaper for ABN holders until the end of the financial year, with two of the ute’s variants receiving nationwide drive-away pricing.

    Until June 30, 2024, the Mazda BT-50’s 4×4 XT dual-cab pickup manual and SP dual-cab automatic variants will be offered with nationwide drive-away pricing.

    You can read the terms and conditions of the EOFY deal on the Mazda Australia website.

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    For the BT-50 XT, this results in a drive-away price of $49,990 in every state and territory, representing savings of $5675 to $7721 compared to the price ABN holders normally pay in Victoria and Western Australia (the least- and most-expensive states).

    The BT-50 SP meanwhile is priced from $64,670 drive-away, with savings ranging from $7385 (Victoria) to $10,039 (Western Australia).

    We’ve included the savings across every state and territory in the table below:

    BT-50 XT dual-cab pickup 3.0 manualBT-50 SP dual-cab pickup 3.0 auto
    New South Wales$7009$8766
    Western Australia$7721$10,039
    South Australia$6028$7785
    Australian Capital Territory$6836$8928
    Northern Territory$5793$7550
    Nationwide drive-away price for ABN holders (until June 30)$49,990 drive-away$64,670 drive-away

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    Jordan Mulach

    Born and raised in Canberra, Jordan has worked as a full-time automotive journalist since 2021, being one of the most-published automotive news writers in Australia before joining CarExpert in 2024.

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