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Best EOFY 2020 deals: Utes

Mazda’s BT-50 is now available for as little as $29,990 drive-away for the base 4x2 XT single cab grade.

Unbeatable new instant-asset write-off rules for the current financial year make it a no-brainer to get into a work vehicle right now.

With the tax write-off boosted to $150,000 - a giant leap from the $30,000 last year - and huge offers from your dealer today and this weekend, there’s no better way to see out the financial year and get ready for the new year.

End-of-Financial-Year (EOFY) deals for new vehicles such as utes and vans can save huge money - around $10,000 off the normal prices are common. Just read what’s available here.

Mazda BT-50

The cheapest entry into the brand’s BT-50 ute range is the single cab, cab-chassis XT.

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.

Mazda BT-50

Mazda BT-50
3.9
From
$29,060
Based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)

Mitsubishi Triton

The 4x4 version of the GLX trim is now $34,240.

Mitsubishi has single-cab, cab-chassis Tritons priced from $24,990 drive-away and while that saves a healthy $2421, there’s more.

Mitsubishi will take off a further $1500 and include a seven-year or 150,000km warranty. In practical terms, buyers are saving about $6900 or a whopping 25 per cent, plus get the assurance of the really long warranty.

This entry-level Triton GLX has 2WD and a five-speed manual gearbox. There’s a version with a six-speed manual for $29,240 (saving $1820) plus the two bonuses.

In fact, these bonuses spread through most of the Triton offerings.

The automatic GLX is now $31,740 drive-away as a single-cab cab-chassis, saving about $4500. And there’s a 4x4 version with six-speed manual in the GLX trim for $34,240, saving about $8500.

For buyers who want more cabin space, there’s an extended cab model called the Club Cab that is available as a cab-chassis with 4x4 and automatic transmission for $39,740 drive-away, saving about $9000.

Isuzu D-Max

The entry-level SX single-cab cab-chassis in 4x2 with a manual gearbox is $26,990 drive-away.

Want the popular Isuzu Ute as a durable workhorse with the EOFY discounts? Isuzu Ute has really taken the axe to its sticker prices as it weans the current D-Max off the Australian market in preparation for the all-new model later in the year.

The entry-level SX single-cab cab-chassis in 4x2 with a manual gearbox is $26,990 drive-away, down $6494 or 19 per cent, and includes an alloy tray. There are also a couple of High Ride variants that give more ground clearance and can be a cheaper alternative to a 4x4 that may never be used.

The LS-U High Ride automatic 4x2 with dual-cab body is now $40,990 drive-away, a fat $8739 saving.

For more gear including sat-nav, leather seats and electric driver’s seat adjustment, the LS-T is also on special before June 30 with a price of $43,990 including on-road costs, down from $53,582 to save $9592 or 17.9 per cent.

Isuzu D-Max

Isuzu D-Max
3.5
From
$28,600
Based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)

Ford Ranger

The high-riding version of that XL with an automatic gearbox costs $30,990.

Ford has really come to the EOFY party for workers eligible for the asset write-off. The entry-level XL 4x2 cab-chassis with single cab body is now $28,990, a saving of $4074. The price is for the 2.2-litre turbo-diesel engine and six-speed manual transmission. It includes on-road costs.

The Hi-Rider version that sits higher and has a 232mm ground clearance, up 31mm on the standard 4x2 Ranger, is ideal for buyers who don’t need a 4WD, and its increased weight and fuel consumption, yet want the extra clearance for rutted terrain.

The Hi-Rider also has far better clearance, with an approach angle of 28-degrees (22-degrees is standard), a ramp-over of 24-degrees (17-degrees) and a departure angle of 27-degrees, up from the 4x2 standard model at 22-degrees. The XL Hi-Rider with automatic transmission and 2.2-litre turbo-diesel is now $30,990 drive-away, a saving of a whopping $8561 or 21.6 per cent.

Ford Ranger

Ford Ranger
3.9
From
$28,340
Based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)

Toyota HiLux

For workers, there’s the Workmate dual-cab 4x4 diesel auto for $43,990.

Not to be outdone, Toyota has put a range of HiLux models out on the dealer forecourt and is slashing prices to clear them before the end of 2019-20. It has also offered a $1500 deposit bonus when choosing finance.

For workers, there’s the entry-level Workmate single-cab, cab-chassis petrol manual that is now with on-road costs and an alloy tray for $24,490 drive-away, a drop of about $5000 or 18.7 per cent.

There’s also a 4x2 Hi-Rider HiLux for buyers wanting the ground clearance but don’t need a 4x4. This single-cab cab-chassis has a 2.4-litre turbo-diesel engine and six-speed manual transmission and is now $29,990 drive-away with a tray, a saving of about $4500.

Toyota will offer a $1500 finance deposit bonus on its work horses in the lead up to the end of the financial year.