Mazda is making the new financial year a time to do business with big discounts up to a whopping $10,000 on some vehicles in its BT-50 ute range. Many of Mazda’s offerings include drive-away pricing, but there’s also some decent cuts to the retail price to lure workers.
The cheapest entry into the brand’s BT-50 ute range is the single cab, cab-chassis XT in two-wheel drive with a 2.2-litre turbo-diesel engine and manual transmission. The 2019-built ute is now $29,990 drive-away, including an alloy tray.
There is a 4x4 version also on sale for $36,290, including on-road costs and the tray. It’s usually $40,280 without rego and the tray, saving close to a huge $10,000.
For more spacious cabin room, the BT-50 Freestyle may be the go. It adds two small rear-hung doors that open to a short-haul seating area for two people. The seats also fold to offer space for toolboxes. The Freestyle is in cab-chassis 4x2 with XT trim for $33,290 drive-away, including tray, saving about $8000. A 4x4 version is now $38,790, saving about $6000.