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Pricing revealed for new 2021 Mazda BT-50 ute range

By Matt Raudonikis, 06 Nov 2020 News

2021 Mazda BT-50 Australia

Australian pricing for the new iteration of Mazda's popular ute range

Pricing for the full Mazda BT-50 ute range has been revealed. Mazda first shared dual-cab pricing in September, then revealed the full range inclusive of single-cab variants in November.

Scroll to the bottom of the page for single-cab and 'freestyle' pricing.

Dual-cab pricing:

Prices start at $44,090 for the 4x2 XT auto cab-chassis and range through to $59,990 for the top-on-the-line BT-50 GT 4x4 auto ute.

2021 Mazda BT-50 offroad

Compared to the already released Isuzu D-Max on which the new BT-50 is based, the cheapest BT is comparable to the double-cab, cab-chassis SX 4x2 which starts at $40,700 while the top-spec Isuzu is the double-cab X-Terrain at $62,900.

Spec for spec comparisons are yet to be available but we expect the Mazdas to be similarly equipped to the Isuzus with a class-leading raft of safety equipment and features.

2021 Mazda BT-50 interior

Mazda BT-50 benefits from Aussie input

The powertrain starts with the Isuzu 3.0-litre diesel engine that makes 140kW of power and 450Nm of torque and the drive is transferred though 6-speed transmissions and a part-time 4x4 system on 4x4 variants.

2021 Mazda BT-50 range pricing

Model Body Drivetrain Price
BT-50 XT Dual Cab Chassis 4x2 Automatic $44,090
BT-50 XT Dual Cab Pickup 4x2 Automatic $45,490
BT-50 XTR Dual Cab Pickup 4x2 Automatic $49,470
BT-50 XT Dual Cab Chassis 4x4 Manual $49,360
BT-50 XT Dual Cab Chassis 4x4 Automatic $51,860
BT-50 XT Dual Cab Pickup 4x4 Manual $50,760
BT-50 XT Dual Cab Pickup 4x4 Automatic $53,260
BT-50 XTR Dual Cab Pickup 4x4 Manual $54,710
BT-50 XTR Dual Cab Pickup 4x4 Automatic $57,210
BT-50 GT Dual Cab Pickup 4x4 Manual $56,990
BT-50 GT Dual Cab Pickup 4x4 Automatic $59,990

Single cab and freestyle cab pricing:

Single-cab and freestyle cab Mazda BT-50 variants will go on sale from November 1, adding to the existing dual-cab BT-50 range as detailed above.

The new bodystyles will arrive earlier than anticipated, after first being slated for a 2021 release. 

Mazda is big on supplying a greater choice, especially for small fleet buyers who will receive various discounts on manufacturer's list pricing. 

“For the brand-new Mazda BT-50, the new Single Cab and Freestyle Cab models complement the impressive Dual Cab model range that we released in September. With a similarly wide array of Mazda genuine accessories available, the BT-50 range can genuinely be tailored to suit the customer’s lifestyle,” Mazda Australia managing director Vinesh Bhindi said.

The single- and freestyle cab variants will be offered in a singular XT specification, with 4x2 only available in automatic and a choice of manual or auto transmissions for the 4x4 drivetrains. 

The same Isuzu 3.0-litre diesel engine - that makes 140kW of power and 450Nm of torque - is the only engine available.

Specification highlights of the Mazda BT-50 Single and Freestyle Cabs include 17-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights, black cloth seats, carpet flooring, adaptive cruise control (auto versions only), Android Auto/Apple CarPlay smartphone mirroring, and various safety systems that add towards a five-star ANCAP safety rating. 

All Mazda BT-50s receive a five-year/unlimited kilometre warranty, with complimentary roadside assist for the same five-year period.

Servicing intervals are set at 12 months or 15,000km - whichever comes first.

Model

Body

Drivetrain

MLP

BT-50 XT

Single Cab Chassis

4x2 automatic

$36,550

BT-50 XT

Freestyle Cab Chassis

4x2 automatic

$40,050

BT-50 XT

Single Cab Chassis

4x4 manual

$41,550

BT-50 XT

Single Cab Chassis

4x4 automatic

$44,050

BT-50 XT

Freestyle Cab Chassis

4x4 manual

$45,050

BT-50 XT

Freestyle Cab Chassis

4x4 automatic

$47,550