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Mazda BT-50

The Mazda BT-50.

The Mazda and Ford relationship dates back to 1972 when the Mazda B1500 and Ford Courier began sharing nameplates. Since then, the designs, drivetrains and engine offerings of both company’s respective later iterations have remained fairly similar until 2011 when the second-generation Mazda BT-50 was introduced with differences that pushed the twins further apart. Designed in Japan, the Mazda BT-50 was engineered alongside the Ford Ranger.

Australia’s engineering input has helped progress the BT-50 from a commercial-oriented work vehicle to a road-oriented commercial vehicle, meaning that ride and handling has improved significantly over its predecessor.

And the Mazda BT-50 can be seen at Barbadian dealers MxEnearneyQuality Inc. (MQI). The BT-50’s high ride height, flared arches and ‘Mazda‘ badge has been enough to secure an 8.75 per cent market share across both 4×4 and 4×2 variants, which is ahead of the class-leading category.

FOOTNOTES

1 Pricing, specifications, availability and terms of offers may change without notice. Prices on this page are listed in Barbados Dollars (BBD) and exclude taxes, duties and preparation expenses. Prices are valid for the period ending December 2018.

2 On the Road charges comprise of: Road Tax, Number Plates, Tint, Rust Proofing and Mats

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