The new-generation Mazda BT-50 ute is drawing closer to its Australian launch next month, with its first shipment arriving at the Brisbane shipping port this week.
Transported from Thailand by the Florida Hwy, 39 dual-cab BT-50s are now Down Under, with many more to follow in the weeks to come.
These first examples have already been processed and cleared by customs, after which they were loaded onto trucks for delivery to Mazda dealerships across Australia.
As reported, the BT-50 will be available in three grades: entry-level XT, mid-range XTR and flagship GT, with dual-cab chassis and pick-up body-styles to form the launch range, while single- and extra-cab configurations will be released at a later date.
Pricing for the Isuzu D-Max twin and Toyota HiLux and Ford Ranger rival still hasn’t been announced, but we won’t have to wait much longer to find out how much the dual-cab versions will cost.