The Japanese based Mazda carmaker has sent the 2015 BT-50 edition in Australia, where the base entry-level XT 4×2 single cab will be available at just 25,570 AUD.
On the other hand, the base XT 4×4 single cab version will cost you 36,850 AUD, while the top of the range 4×2 will set you back at 43,630 AUD. The 4×4 is also announced to come with a higher 53,790 AUD.
The 2016 Mazda BT-50 is coming with some slight changes at the exterior, while the cabin will tweak a new connectivity system with the MZD Connect or Forf SYNC 2, along with rearview camera, lane assist, cruise control with radar guidance and more.
In terms of performance, the XT 4×2 will come with a 2.2-liter four-cylinder unit, with 118 kW and 395 Nm of torque, while the rest of the fleet will get the 3.2-liter five-cylinder wuth 146 kW and 470 Nm of torque.
Some models will come with a six-speed automatic transmission, like in the 4×2 XTR and the top of the line 4×4 GT dual-cab version.