Mazda expands BT-50 range with the addition of Single Cab and Freestyle Cab models to its line-up.
Mazda expands BT-50 range by adding Single Cab Chassis and Freestyle Cab Chassis models after the vehicle was initially launched in Dual Cab Ute or Dual Cab Chassis body styles only.
With the addition of Single Cab and Freestyle Cab variants, prices for the 4X4 Mazda BT-50 now start at $41,550 plus on-road costs for the BT-50 XT Single Cab Chassis (with no tray). The recommended delivered price climbs to $48,369 when fitted with a Mazda Genuine Accessories Standard Alloy Tray, but Mazda discounts this to $44,990 for ABN holders under its recently announced ‘back-to-business’ small fleet pricing offer.
The Single Cab Chassis and Freestyle Cab Chassis variants will oinly be offered in base-spec XT trim. Here are pricing details on the 4X4 models:
The ‘MLP’ (manufacturer’s listed price) is without a tray, while the ‘Recommended delivered price’ includes a Mazda Genuine Accessories Standard Alloy Tray (the Single Cab tray MLP is $2470 fitted and the Freestyle Cab tray MLP is $2300 fitted).
All Single Cab and Freestyle Cab models offer a payload in excess of 1100kg and as well as a maximum braked towing capacity of 3500kg.
Mazda offers a five-year/unlimited kilometre warranty on the BT-50 range and servicing intervals are set at 12 months or 15,000km.
“Mazda Australia’s philosophy has long been about choice,” Mazda Australia Managing Director, Vinesh Bhindi said. “For 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.”
Like the Dual Cab variants, the new Single Cab Chassis and Freestyle Cab Chassis models are packed with safety features and come with a recently awarded 5-star ANCAP rating.