Mazda has expanded its ute range for 2022 to cater for a wider range of buyers, starting from $38,490 driveway for the 4×2 single cab chassis
Pricing has been announced for the updated 2022 Mazda BT-50 model range, which goes on sale in January.
A new entry-level 1.9-litre turbo-diesel powertrain has been added, as well as new XS and SP trim levels. The XS now opens the BT-50 line-up while the sports-flavoured SP sits above the existing GT trim level.
Prices start at $38,490 for the 4×2 single cab and stretch to the flagship Thunder 4×4 dual-cab automatic which is available from $68,990 driveaway.
BT-50 SP costs $62,990 driveaway for the dual-cab manual 4×4 and $65,990 driveaway for the automatic.
The BT-50 ute is the next model in Mazda’s range to receive the SP treatment, consisting of a black and grey exterior package that gives the ute a sporty appearance.
Gloss-black decorates the exterior mirrors, door handles, grille, sports bar, wheelarch flares and 18-inch alloy wheels, while the roof rails, sidesteps and other details are finished in grey.
The interior gains black and driftwood leather with a synthetic suede trim.
The BT-50 XS is the new entry-level model for the range featuring a new 1.9-litre turbo-diesel four-cylinder engine that produces 110kW of power and 350Nm of torque.
It’s available in three configurations: 4×2 single cab, 4×2 dual cab and 4×4 dual cab.
The 2022 Mazda BT-50 has an impressive standard specification which includes LED headlamps, cruise control (adaptive for automatics), a 7.0-inch touchscreen, wireless Apple CarPlay and wired Android Auto, DAB digital radio and a reversing camera.
Safety tech includes six airbags, attention assist, auto high-beam, front AEB, blind-spot monitoring, lane-holding assistance, and lane-departure warning.
Lane keep assist (auto only), rear cross traffic alert, rear parking sensors, roll-over protection, speed assist and secondary collision reduction are also included as standard.
Mazda BT-50 2022: prices in Australia
All prices listed are driveaway.
* Driveaway pricing for ABN buyers only
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