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New stripped-back, entry-level BT-50 is coming to Australia – full pricing announced

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UPDATE, November 19: Mazda has officially released pricing for its 2022 BT-50, with the entry-level variant starting at a smidge under $40,000.

The all-new, entry-level XS Single Cab Chassis (4×2) starts at a driveaway price of $38,490 for ABN buyers – the XS in Dual Cab form (also 4×2) will set you back $43,490, both of which are powered by the new 1.9-litre diesel engine.

You’ll need to dig a bit deeper to get an XS 4×4, with the auto-only XS Dual Cab pick-up priced at $51,490 before on-road costs.

Also new for 2022 is the BT-50 SP – available exclusively in 4×4 dual cab form, the 3.0-litre-powered pick-up will be priced at $62,990 (manual) and $65,990 (automatic).

The 3.0-litre XT Single Cab Chassis is the cheapest way into the 4×4 line-up, with the manual variant asking for $45,490 and the auto priced at $47,990.

At the other end of the scale sits the flagship Thunder, priced at $65,990 (manual) and $68,990 (auto).

Full price list can be found below.

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September 21: For the first time since the release of the 2020/2021 Mazda BT-50, there is another powerplant offered other than the highly acclaimed 3.0L four-cylinder turbo-diesel Isuzu 4JJ3-TCX.

Mazda has just announced a stripped-back, entry-level BT-50, dubbed the XS. This is available in 4×2 single-cab chassis, 4×2 dual-cab pick-up and (most importantly) 4×4 dual-cab pick-up models.

While the much-loved 3.0L engine found across the BT-50 and Isuzu D-MAX range is thankfully still available in higher-trim specs, it’s refreshing to see the option of a stripped-down model aimed squarely at tradies or those looking for a simpler and cheaper option to get into a 4×4 dual-cab.

The 1.9L four-cylinder Isuzu turbo-diesel engine in question is claimed to produce 110kW and 350Nm peak torque, which is down from the 3.0L with a claimed figure of 140kW and 450Nm. This is a significant drop in power, so we’re really interested to see how much cheaper this model will be.

It is also only available with a six-speed automatic gearbox, and has a reduced towing capacity of 3000kg.

While new for the Australian market, the origins of the Isuzu RZ4E 1.9L motor date back to its release in Thailand in 2015 and Europe in 2016. What we are receiving in 2021 is now dubbed the RZ4E-TC.

Australia is one of the only markets that hung on tightly to the 3.0L 4JJ3-TCX, as we love our larger-capacity engines. We’re looking forward to taking a 1.9L-equipped BT-50 for a spin to see how they perform in the real world compared to the 3.0L engine.

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The Mazda BT-50 XS will otherwise share equipment specs of the currently available XT model, but will now be riding on 17-inch steel wheels. This base XS model will still feature a selectable locking rear differential in the 4×4, which is a boon for four-wheel drivers or those accessing muddy worksites.

As well as the announcement of the entry level XS model, Mazda has made several revisions across its BT-50 range including the premium BT-50 SP which now sits above the GT model.

This update includes features such as premium black and dark grey exterior highlights, satin black 18-inch wheels, driftwood leather and black suede interior trim, and gloss black wheel flares.

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This top-of-the-line model will still be powered by the 3.0L turbo-diesel engine, but will be available with the choice of either a six-speed manual or automatic transmission.

Safety systems across the BT-50 range have also been improved, with the addition of a Lane Support System button. This button can be depressed to disable the standard Lane Support systems when required. This has been developed following customer feedback and is a welcomed addition.

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