- The new BT-50 XTR LE is priced at $64,295 and is limited to 300 units at launch.
- Includes three genuine accessories for a savings of $2500.
- On sale now, landing from February 2023
Mazda will introduce a new limited edition BT-50 XTR LE to its ute line-up, with the first examples arriving from February priced at $64,295 before on-road costs.
Based on the XTR variant, the LE is $6685 more expensive and adds three genuine accessories – a single-hooped polished silver bell bar at the front, a polished silver sports bar with integrated LED brake light at the rear, and more durable heavy duty. – Duty tub liner.
Mazda says these equipment packages represent a savings of $2,500 compared to buying them separately. All accessories come with a five-year warranty.
The front bull bar integrates with the ute’s safety system and has no adverse effect on engine or transmission cooling.
Unlike the top-spec CX-3 Akari LE light crossover, this BT-50 XTR LE is, as the name suggests, a limited edition – with only 300 units coming to Australia. However, a Mazda spokesperson confirmed that this initial allocation will be reviewed based on customer demand.
The BT-50 XTR LE is sold exclusively as a Dual Cab 4×4 with an automatic transmission and Ingot Silver Metallic paint.
It uses a 3.0-litre turbo diesel engine that produces 140kW of power and 450Nm of torque, with a 3500kg brake towing capacity and 1070kg payload.
Like the standard XTR, the Thailand-made pickup gets a 9.0-inch touchscreen with wireless Apple CarPlay and wired Android Auto, 18-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights, rear air vents, and a full suite of active safety assistance systems. Suit included.
The Mazda BT-50 XTR LE is the third variant to join the lineup since the new third-generation model launched in 2020, which is heavily based on the Isuzu D-Max ute and even the same factory in Thailand. Made in
The BT-50 Thunder flagship was added in 2021, while the sporty-looking SP was introduced in 2022.