All-New Mazda BT-50 Priced from $44,090+ORC

Mazda BT-50

The all-new Mazda BT-50 will go on-sale here in October and today Mazda released prices for the dual cab range.

Mazda has released prices for its BT-50 dual cab range and prices are up, slightly, across the range. Pricing starts at $44,090+ORCs for the entry level XT 4×2 Automatic. To give you an idea of the price increase, the previous-generation, Ford Ranger-based BT-50 listed from $43,100+ORCs.

Justifying the price increase, Mazda said the “active safety suite, enhanced connectivity features and modern-day engineering offer around $3500 of added customer value across the range”.

As we all know, the new BT-50 is a joint development with Isuzu and its new D-Max which was launched last month. You can read our first drive review of the D-Max X-Terrain by clicking on these blue words. And we’ll have a first drive review of the new BT-50 very in the coming weeks when the embargo lifts.

“Our dealers are stocked with Brand-New Mazda BT-50 Dual Cabs and we are very excited to showcase this new Ute to the local market,” said Mazda Australia Managing Director, Vinesh Bhindi.

You can read more about the new Mazda BT-50 by clicking on these blue words.

Model and price list (Note: All pricing is ‘plus on-road costs’)

BT-50 XTDual Cab Chassis4×2 Automatic$44,090
BT-50 XTDual Cab Pickup4×2 Automatic$45,490
BT-50 XTRDual Cab Pickup4×2 Automatic$49,470
BT-50 XTDual Cab Chassis4×4 Manual$49,360
BT-50 XTDual Cab Chassis4×4 Automatic$51,860
BT-50 XTDual Cab Pickup4×4 Manual$50,760
BT-50 XTDual Cab Pickup4×4 Automatic$53,260
BT-50 XTRDual Cab Pickup4×4 Manual$54,710
BT-50 XTRDual Cab Pickup4×4 Automatic$57,210
BT-50 GTDual Cab Pickup4×4 Manual$56,990
BT-50 GTDual Cab Pickup4×4 Automatic$59,990

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