Mazda BT-50 Comparison
The Mazda BT-50 range has expanded for 2023, with new variants at the top and bottom of the range.
Like the Isuzu D-Max it is based on, a smaller Isuzu-made 1.9-litre turbo-diesel four-cylinder engine with 110kW of power and 350Nm of torque is now on offer. The new engine option, available only in a new base XS grade, lowers the cost of entry to the BT-50 range by $3000.
The 2023 Mazda BT-50 range now opens at $33,950 before on-road costs for the entry-level BT-50 XS 4×2 1.9 single cab chassis.
The new engine will be offered in 4×2 single-cab chassis, 4×2 dual-cab pickup and 4×4 dual-cab pickup body styles, with a six-speed automatic the only available transmission.
You can no longer get the up-spec GT, SP and Thunder with a six-speed manual transmission, though a three-pedal option remains in lesser trims. Tyre pressure monitoring is now standard on all trim levels from the XTR and up.
Mazda recently revealed a new variant called the LE, which takes the mid-range XTR and adds a range of accessories. It’s available exclusively as a dual-cab ute with the larger 3.0-litre turbo-diesel engine and an automatic transmission.
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