Australia Receives Comfortable and Agile New Mazda BT-50

Class. Utility. Execution. Fans from down under can expect all of these things in the new Mazda BT-50. It has been at least ten years since the BT-50 got an upgrade and Flight-Line Mazda is happy the time has finally come. Sometime waiting just adds to the allure and anticipation, which is what happened with the updated BT-50.

Many people who drive a Mazda want it to be able to accommodate all of their outdoor activities and be able to handle the offroadign.  Fortunately, the design geniuses of the BT-50 kept these things in mind when creating it.  Unique front and rear suspension work together with a wider track and wheelbase extension to give the Mazda model all the adventure-friendly size and durability it needs. A 147kW/470Nm, 3.2-litre, five-cylinder, common rail, turbo-diesel engine, coupled with either a six-speed manual or ZF auto transmission deliver the power to this machine.

While the new Mazda BT-50 will be able to go on those back trail without a hiccup, we also want to be able to ride down the road without getting a sore back from a stiff suspension.  In this particular vehicle, comfort was not sacrificed for durability. With smooth on-road drive and stability control, the truck is well-suited to appeal as a family vehicle as well. Other features available for the BT-50 include Bluetooth, keyless entry, cruise control, dual-zone climate air-conditioning, , six speakers, power windows, rear park sensors, and rain sensing wipers.

The fully refreshed Mazda BT-50 arrived at Australian auto dealership in the beginning of the month. Unfortunately, the BT-59  won't be available at Flight-Line Mazda, 1350 E 32nd St  Yuma, AZ anytime soon, but we have plenty of other great new Mazda models. If you'd like to take a test drive, feel free to contact us online and we'll find a time that works for you.

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