New 2022 Mazda BT-50 Pickup – Before this, the pickup was driven by previously driven by a 3.0-liter turbo diesel produced by Mazda The pickup now comes with the option of a 1.9-liter turbo diesel. The base model comes with 110 kilowatts as well as 350 Nm torque. These figures translate to 258 horsepower and 148 pound-feet of torque. The latest model is only available for the XS level, which is the entry-level version that comes with a 6-speed automatic transmission.
2022 Mazda BT-50 Pickup Specs
Braked towing capacity is estimated at 3,500 kg (6,614 pounds) which is a decent amount relative to its competitors in the segment. The 3.0-liter mill produces 140 Kilowatts and the equivalent of 450 Nm (188 horsepower and 332 pounds-feet) for a capacity of 3,500 kg (7,716 tonnes). The bigger plant that is also an all-in-one, comes with a manual option or the above-mentioned Tranny.
Beyond the XS, The range comprises XT, XTR, GT, SP, and Thunder. The SP isn’t a slang term for Smashing Pumpkins, is pretty similar to a GT but with pieces of gloss-black, black with dark grey accents. The SP is further enhanced by adding a sailplane bar an air mattress, a cover for the roller tonneau, and interior upholstery that blends Driftwood faux suede and leather.
2022 Mazda BT-50 Pickup For Sale
Expected to hit dealers in Australia in Australia and New Zealand in January 2022 The updated pickup is available as a single-cab chassis freestyle-cab chassis, as well as dual-cab. Its XS and XT are both equipped with the standard checklist, save for the wheels (steel vs. alloy) and the bumpers (plastic and. paint).
It’s important to note that the steel-wheeled XS comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and advanced driver-assist features. On the other side of the range, the top-of-the-line Thunder is sporting its Lightforce double-row LED lightbar brush guards with single hoops made of steel with sides steps, a bar for sports with 18-inch wheels, coated in black, and a power-tonneau cover.