Mazda releases New-Look BT-50
New-Look Mazda BT-50 built tougher, and smarter, for Australia
Ready to take on the toughest Aussie terrains, Mazda has released New-Look BT-50 exclusive to the Australian market.
With a tough and rugged face, and tech to keep you connected, New-Look Mazda BT-50 is ready to tackle everything from the job site to off-road adventures.
With major front-end design changes and added equipment across grades, this is the second and most comprehensive update to the Mazda BT-50 since its launch in 2011.
New-Look Mazda BT-50 boasts a bold new bumper and grille to achieve a stronger road stance.
The front-end changes are bolstered by equipment upgrades across the range, which includes an exciting first for Mazda, the introduction of Apple CarPlay® and Android® Auto across all grades.
The flagship GT will take another step up in class, offering a polished alloy Sports Bar with integrated high-mounted LED stop light, a heavy-duty tub liner to protect the tub and tailgate from scuffs and dents, tailgate central locking to safely secure gear in the tray and a Single 12 Volt smart auxiliary socket and light to aid visibility in the tub.
The XT will see the biggest changes with the addition of a Reverse Camera to improve rear vision and a 7-inch Alpine Infotainment System to keep drivers connected to the world around them.
The engineering and development process took 18 months, with the vehicle undergoing rigorous testing in Australia to test its durability in some of the country’s toughest terrains.
New-Look Mazda BT-50 will go on sale across Australia in May.