Bring it on

Whatever job you throw at it, BT-50 performs powerfully with plenty of control. The ladder-frame chassis provides reinforcement for maximum rigidity and stability. The powerful 3.2L or 2.2L turbo diesel engines make towing light work.

Pull up to an impressive 3.5 tonnes or handle payloads up to 1,389kg with ease. Whether you choose the 6-speed manual for complete control or the 6-speed auto that allows for smooth changes – BT-50 will take on all your serious jobs.

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Mazda BT-50 Single Cab - Performance

Tough from the ground up

By using high tensile steel throughout BT-50’s body shell, we’ve been able to build an even stronger ute.

The wishbone front and rear leaf suspension cushions the ride for car-like handling on and off road. All that without compromising on hardworking durability.

Gutsy every time

Make the most of generous power

Mazda BT-50 Single Cab - Performance

Enjoy BT-50’s superb on-road and confident off-road performance.

  • DOHC, common-rail direct injection, variable geometry turbocharger and intercooling combine to create big punch from small amounts of fuel.
  • Hill Launch Assist (HLA) keeps the brakes applied as you remove your foot from the brake pedal to apply throttle.
  • Hill Descent Control (HDC) automatically applies brakes to maintain a steady, low speed down steep slopes. (4×4 only)
Mazda BT-50 3.2L Diesel Engine

3.2L Diesel Engine
Enjoy efficiency that’s tough to beat from a five-cylinder engine with common-rail direct injection and intercooling that pumps out 147kW and 470Nm of torque from just 8.4L/100km.
(Black engine cover not available on XT grades)

Mazda BT-50 2.2L Diesel Engine

2.2L Diesel Engine
Boosted by a variable geometry turbocharger to reduce lag, the 2.2L engine produces 110kW of power and 375Nm of torque from only 7.6L/100km (manual). (Black engine cover not available on 2.2L Engine.)

Mazda BT-50 Single Cab - Performance

4X4 or 4X2

If your weekends are full of off-road adventures, a 4×4 will handle it all without breaking a sweat. It’s built for navigating rocky slopes and rugged landscapes.

Lighter on its feet, 4×2 packs the punch you need to get all the work done. It loses none of its grunt when it comes to towing with up to 3.5 tonnes and payloads up to 1,389kg.