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25 October 2021 · Mazda Muse

The Mazda BT-50 Thunder

Mazda BT-50 Thunder

The only thing that could possibly make the brand-new Mazda BT-50 more attractive would be some AC/DC decals ‚ÄĒ or flashing devil horns on the roof.¬†Developed exclusively for Australia by Mazda Australia‚Äôs in-house engineering team, the Thunder is a range-topping ripper.

It starts with a highly specified BT-50 GT Dual Cab 4x4, and adds a bold front-end treatment with a single-hoop steel bull bar and a Lightforce dual-row LED lightbar, which, let me tell you, can turn night into day. The bold and aggressive aesthetic looks equally mean from side on, with sinister 18-inch black alloy wheels, wide fender flares and chunky side steps.

At the rear you‚Äôll find a premium sports bar and a super-useful electric roller tonneau, which covers the included tub liner for additional tray protection.¬†Slapped on its hindquarters, of course, are the ‚ÄúThunder‚ÄĚ decals, which really set it apart from every other BT-50 on the road.

A dual-range 4x4 system is fitted as standard, with a switchable locking rear differential for improved traction, while power comes from the turbocharged 3.0-litre, four-cylinder diesel engine found in the wider BT-50 range.

This impressive engine generates 140kW of power along with 450Nm of torque, which is available from 1,600rpm to 2,600rpm for exceptional grunt, and effortless towing. Mazda’s BT-50 Thunder adds more than $13,000 of total equipment to this incredible ute. Singing Thunderstruck every time you drive it is, of course, optional.

Mazda BT-50 Thunder

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