Mazda BT-50 Comparison

    The Mazda BT-50 has entered 2024 unchanged, though there have been minor price increases of between $150 and $685 – these follow price increases of between $1520 and $2220 in 2023.

    Last year, Mazda Australia dropped manual versions of GT, SP and Thunder variants while adding tyre pressure monitoring as standard to all variants from the XTR and up. It also introduced new ‘Enhancement Packs’ for the SP and Thunder, bundling various options.

    The BT-50 is based on the Isuzu D-Max, though it’s not as popular. Mazda sold 17,526 examples last year, still good enough to make it Australia’s 13th best-selling car but putting it behind the D-Max’s 31,202 tally and podium finish.

    It nevertheless outsold the Mitsubishi Triton (16,641 sales) and Nissan Navara (8499 sales).

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