New and Used Mazda BT-50 for Sale Philippines 2018
Mazda defines its new BT-50 as “Definitely big and bold but delivers pure driving pleasure.” Indeed, the 2016 Mazda BT-50 is all that—and much, much more. The Mazda BT-50 2016 has a powerful engine that can be a bit noisy and gruff at times. However, it's a small price to pay if you really want a vehicle that really works for you. And by really we mean just that -- REALLY.
This car is commonly called a “ute” in Australia and New Zealand as an abbreviation for "utility" or "coupé utility". Keep in mind that utes aren't really designed for those who like to do a gentle cruise and drive around the metro at all times. No, utes are workhorses, and they thrive when they're challenged to their limits. This means that the new Mazda BT-50 is better with some weight placed on its tub or rear tray to keep the rear springs in tip-top shape. In short, it likes heavy loads and terrain. If you've always dreamed what it's like to become a cowboy and adventurer at the same time, then a new or 2nd hand Mazda BT-50 is definitely for you.
The 2016 Mazda BT-50 model is a compact pickup truck produced by the Japanese manufacturer since 2006. Ford sold a version of the first-generation BT-50 and rebadged it as the Ford Ranger. In contrast, the second generation BT-50, which started its run in 2011, is a derivative of the Ranger designed by Ford Australia. The Mazda BT-50 2016 is the current year model released in the Philippines. It still retains its previous macho coolness, even raising it ‘scorching high’ to some degree. This truck has also received a few recognitions along the way, such as winning the coveted 2012-2013 Truck of the Year Award by the Car Awards Group Inc. Pickups aren’t really a huge seller in the Philippine market, as compacts and SUVs practically rule the roost. Nevertheless, the Mazda BT-50 Philippines does have its fair share of rivals, with the Ford Ranger vs Toyota Hilux vs Nissan Navara being tough competitors.
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Mazda BT-50 2018 in the Philippines
How is the 2018 Mazda BT-50 different from the 2017 model?
- 3.0-liter engine
- X-Series badge
- Special side skirt
- Two-toned 18-inch alloy wheels
What is new about the Mazda BT-50 2018 design?
The new Mazda BT-50 2018 gets enhanced exterior and interior designs for a more aggressive look. Some of the main design changes are:
- Front skirt with red striping
- Gun-metal finish radiator grille
- Black leather seats red stitching
- Splash White, Venetian Red, and Cosmic Black color options
What are the Mazda BT-50 2018 specs and features?
The 2018 Mazda BT-50 has a 3.0-liter CRDi engine capable of producing 163 hp and 380 Nm. This year's X-Series is also equipped with a multitude of new and improved features, including:
- 5-speed manual transmission
- 5-speed automatic with sequential shift transmission
What are Mazda BT-50 2018 prices in the Philippines?
The 2018 D-Max X-Series price depends on the variants. Carmudi has prepared a pricelist of the available Mazda BT-50 X-Series 2018 for sale in the Philippines as the following:
BT-50 2.2 A/T
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Mazda BT-50 Specs and Performance
The updated Mazda BT-50 utility vehicle comprises three body variants: single cab, dual cab and freestyle cab. Between these three body styles are 23 variants, however, only three are made available to the Philippine market: a 4x4 AT, 4x2 AT and 4x2 MT. Two types of engines are on offer—a 3.2L I5 and a 2.2L i4. These two Mazda BT-50 engine types produce 200 hp and 355 Nm of torque. The Mazda BT-50 suspension system employs an independent double wishbone with coil springs at the front and rigid leaf springs at the rear. When driven, the BT-50 immediately lets you know how powerful it is. Power and torque delivery is quite impressive, although there’s a bit of lag in the shifting of the automatic transmission that takes a while to get used to. Road comfort is good, although a bit stiffer than more upscale pickups in the market.
Mazda BT-50 Fuel Consumption
Below is a list of some popular Mazda BT-50 years and their fuel consumption rates. Figures are in liters per 100 kilometer (L/100km) format:
New Mazda BT-50 fuel consumption:
- Mazda BT-50 2015: 11.8 city, 7.8 highway, 9.2 combined
- Mazda BT-50 2014: 11.8 city, 7.8 highway, 9.2 combined
- Mazda BT-50 2013: 11.2 city, 7.2 highway, 9.0 combined
Second hand Mazda BT-50 fuel consumption:
- Mazda BT-50 2012: 11.2 city, 7.2 highway, 9.0 combined
- Mazda BT-50 2010: 11.7 city, 8.2 highway, 9.5 combined
- Mazda BT-50 2008: 16 city, 12 highway, 14 combined
Mazda BT-50 Features
Mazda BT-50 Convenience and Entertainment Features
In general, those looking for a vehicle that fits a wide variety of purposes will love the BT-50 for its superb safety features, high carrying and towing capacity, powerful engine, luxurious creature comforts. It also has a driver-activated rear differential lock to help the car remain stable even in the most extreme off-road conditions.
What’s more, the brand new models sold at the Mazda dealership are covered by Mazda’s three-year, unlimited kilometer warranty.
- Bluetooth, Radio, CD, AUX
- Air conditioner
- Trip computer
- Remote Keyless entry
- Cruise control
Mazda BT-50 Safety Features
The BT-50’s wide-encompassing capabilities are protected by a whole host of advanced safety features:
- ISOFIX child seat anchors and tethers
- Traction Control System
- Hill Descent Control (for 4x4 only)
- Anti-Lock Brake System
- Dynamic Stability Control
- Retractable key fob
Mazda BT-50 Design
Mazda BT-50 Interior
Inside, the Mazda’s distinct approach to interior design is obvious. The sloped dashboard is reminiscent of the interior of the premium models in Mazda’s lineup such as the Mazda 6 and the Mazda CX-7. Considering that the pickup is meant to be utilitarian in nature, this can only be good news.
The Mazda BT-50 provides its occupants with plenty of storage options, not to mention plenty of wiggle room as well—five people can sit comfortably inside, with plenty of legroom to spare. Leather seats come standard for the 4x4 model, along with a multi-function, multi-connectivity suite for the infotainment system that’s iPod-, USB-, Aux-in- and Bluetooth-ready.
- Climate control
- Bucket seats
- Seat height adjust
- New cloth trim
- Gunmetal gray highlights
- Lockable glovebox
Mazda BT-50 Exterior
It should be noted that the BT-50 is a sibling of the Ford Ranger, and thus shares many of its design features. But more than an exercise for rebadging, the Mazda pickup does have its differences. In terms of dimensions, the BT-50 is actually 100mm longer than the Ranger.
As a pickup truck, the BT-50’s most notable feature is its rear bed, which can be loaded to its full capacity (2500 kg) with confidence and ease. Other noteworthy features include:
- Halogen Headlamps
- Fog lights
- Rain sensing wipers
- Power side mirrors
- Rear view mirror
- Double cab cabin type
Mazda BT-50 Color Options
Seven color options are available for the latest Mazda BT-50:
- Copper Red
- Titanium Gray
- Gun Metal Blue
- Cool White
- Black Mica
- Sparkling Gold
- Highlight Silver
Mazda BT-50 Price List in the Philippines
Here are some new and 2nd hand Mazda BT-50 models you can find on our Carmudi website:
New Mazda BT-50 Price in the Philippines
- Mazda BT-50 2018 price in the Philippines: P1,350,000
- Mazda BT-50 2015 price in the Philippines: P998,000
- Mazda BT-50 2014 price in the Philippines: P948,100
- Mazda BT-50 2012 price in the Philippines: P850,000
Second Hand Mazda BT-50 Price in the Philippines
- Mazda BT-50 2016 price in the Philippines: 778,000
- Mazda BT-50 2010 price in the Philippines: P680,000
- Mazda BT-50 2009 price in the Philippines: P598,000
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