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Mazda has unveiled the New BT-50 pick up, this week. This newest pick up by Mazda is developed in collaboration with Isuzu, for the first time in nine years.

 

The New BT-50 is developed and supplied by Isuzu on an OEM basis. Mazda plans to introduce its latest pick up to the Australian market with a BT-50 Double Cab variant.

 

Origin of the BT-50

Since its debut in 2006, the BT-50 has been sold mainly in regions including Oceania, Asian countries, central and south America, Middle East and Africa.

 

The pick up is renowned for its sportiness and assertive design. It drives like a regular SUV or even a sedan, but able to traverse a multiple of driving conditions or terrains. The BT-50 has been highly regarded by adventure seekers and enthusiasts.

 

Based on Isuzu’s top selling D-Max pick up, the new BT-50 takes up some familiarities of the D-Max in terms of cab positioning and interior features. It stands out as a Mazda from a recognizable and famous Kodo – Soul of Motion theme. This pick up exude power, toughness and utilitarian functionality.

 

Mazda developed the BT-50 with the intention of making driving and comfort top priorities. In other words, driver and passengers get a pleasant ride to go with some performance, functionality and safety requirements.

 

The new BT-50 is expected to be introduced to the Aussie market by the end of the year.

 

Specifications

Dimensions

Overall     length 5,280mm

                 width 1,870mm

                 height 1,790mm

Wheelbase      3,125mm

Minimum turning radius   6.1m

Seating capacity      5

Max payload    1,065kg

Towing capacity       3,500kg

Tyre 265 60R18

 

Engine

3.0-liter diesel engine     

Engine displacement       2,999cc

Max output       140kW (190PS)/3,600rpm

Max torque       450N·m/1,600 - 2,600rpm

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Articles New Mazda BT-50, in collaboration with Isuzu

New Mazda BT-50, in collaboration with Isuzu

Published:

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Mazda has unveiled the New BT-50 pick up, this week. This newest pick up by Mazda is developed in collaboration with Isuzu, for the first time in nine years.

 

The New BT-50 is developed and supplied by Isuzu on an OEM basis. Mazda plans to introduce its latest pick up to the Australian market with a BT-50 Double Cab variant.

 

Origin of the BT-50

Since its debut in 2006, the BT-50 has been sold mainly in regions including Oceania, Asian countries, central and south America, Middle East and Africa.

 

The pick up is renowned for its sportiness and assertive design. It drives like a regular SUV or even a sedan, but able to traverse a multiple of driving conditions or terrains. The BT-50 has been highly regarded by adventure seekers and enthusiasts.

 

Based on Isuzu’s top selling D-Max pick up, the new BT-50 takes up some familiarities of the D-Max in terms of cab positioning and interior features. It stands out as a Mazda from a recognizable and famous Kodo – Soul of Motion theme. This pick up exude power, toughness and utilitarian functionality.

 

Mazda developed the BT-50 with the intention of making driving and comfort top priorities. In other words, driver and passengers get a pleasant ride to go with some performance, functionality and safety requirements.

 

The new BT-50 is expected to be introduced to the Aussie market by the end of the year.

 

Specifications

Dimensions

Overall     length 5,280mm

                 width 1,870mm

                 height 1,790mm

Wheelbase      3,125mm

Minimum turning radius   6.1m

Seating capacity      5

Max payload    1,065kg

Towing capacity       3,500kg

Tyre 265 60R18

 

Engine

3.0-liter diesel engine     

Engine displacement       2,999cc

Max output       140kW (190PS)/3,600rpm

Max torque       450N·m/1,600 - 2,600rpm

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