With an on-sale date for later this month, Mazda Australia has announced that the cost for the entry-level BT-50 Single Cab Chassis 4×2 with 2.2L diesel engine and 6-speed manual transmission remains steady, with price changes by as little as $75 for some Single and Dual Cab Chassis and Freestyle Cab models. The Dual Cab Utility – which now comes with considerably more equipment – increases in price from $375.
There are 23 New BT-50 variants available, including 10 with 4×2 and 13 with 4×4 capabilities; there are two diesel engine types, the MZ-CD 2.2 litre 4-cylinder and a MZ-CD 3.2 litre 5-cylinder, and a choice of either a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic transmission.
Available in three different body styles, buyers have a choice of Single Cab, Freestyle Cab and Dual Cab and with three model grades, the XT, XTR and range-topping GT.
Since its arrival in 2006, the BT-50 nameplate has been a strong performer for Mazda Australia with the tough utility reaching 100,000 sales by the end of this month, while the existing generation is set to pass 50,000 retails at the same time. – See more at: http://www.deliverymagazine.com.au/news/mazda-australia-announces-pricing-for-new-bt-50-range#sthash.3KhCTO8x.dpuf