The LE variant adds genuine Mazda accessories to the existing XTR model and will be priced from $64,295 before on-road costs
Officially called the LE variant, this model will add genuine Mazda accessories including a single hooped alloy bull bar, a polished sports bar and a heavy-duty tub liner into the mix.
Mazda says that by selecting the LE variant, customers will save $2500 when compared to specifying these options separately.
All LE variants will only be available in dual-cab 4×4 guise with a 3.0-litre turbo-diesel engine and a six-speed automatic transmission. You’ll be able to spot an LE variant thanks to its ingot silver metallic paint finish.
Mazda Australia says that the LE variant is now on sale and can be purchased through a Mazda dealership.
Mazda Australia recently told Chasing Cars that the supply for Mazda models is improving.
“As a priority market for Mazda Corporation globally, we have always received good supply to meet customer demand.
“With solutions in place to overcome issues like parts shortages, supply has been recovered across key model lines, and this has helped Mazda Australia secure stock at almost pre-pandemic levels.”
All prices listed are before on-road costs.
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