What weapons does the Mazda BT-50 Thunder 2021 have to fight the Ford Ranger Wildtrak?

New generation Mazda BT-50 was first introduced in the Australian market in June last year. Until now, Mazda company continues to unveil the Thunder version of this pickup line. In the Australian market, Thunder is positioned as the most advanced version of the Mazda BT-50 series.Developed on the BT-50 GT 4×4, the pickup comes with a range of off-road accessories designed by Mazda engineers in Australia. Compared to the GT 4×4 version, New Mazda BT-50 Thunder 2021 There are some new equipment such as a large steel front bumper with LED Lightforce strip …Add to that a “premium” beef shoulder bar on the rear tank, an electrically adjustable roll back cover and rear tank coating. The “Thunder” sticker on the rear fender identifies this version.According to Mazda, the above accessories of the model pickup truck Mazda BT-50 Thunder 2021 has a total value of about 13,000 AUD (229 million VND) and will be installed at the dealer. Despite the addition of accessories, this model has a weight of 3.1 tons, similar to the GT 4×4.Meanwhile, the other equipment, engine and suspension of this pickup model is no different from the GT 4×4. Specifically, the car has LED headlights, LED fog lights, LED daytime positioning lights …Infotainment system’s 9-inch touch screen, Apple CarPlay / Android Auto connection support, satellite navigation system, reverse camera, steering wheel paddle shifters, button start, door open key lever, 2-zone automatic climate control, anti-glare rearview mirror“The heart” of the Mazda BT-50 Thunder 2021 in the Australian market is still the 4-cylinder, turbocharged, 3.0L diesel engine block produced by Isuzu. This engine produces a maximum power of 190 hp at 3,600 rpm and a maximum torque of 450 Nm in the range of 1,600 – 2,600 rpm. The engine is combined with a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic.There’s also a standard differential lock on the rear wheels as well as a 4-wheel drive system that can be switched between high and low axle modes. A downhill assist system is also available for this model to improve off-road performance.With the engine mentioned above, the Mazda BT-50 Thunder 2021 consumes an average of 7.7 liters / 100 km in the manual and 8 liters / 100 km in the automatic transmission. The vehicle’s payload is 897 kg in the manual version and 887 kg in the automatic transmission.Finally, there are safety equipment such as front parking sensors, adaptive cruise control, automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning, lane keeping assist, blind spot detection, warning vehicles cut in reverse when reversing, warning distraction for the driver and 8 airbags.When purchasing the Mazda BT-50 Thunder 2021, Australian customers can choose from exterior paint colors such as Ice White, True Black Mica, Ingot Silver Metallic, Concrete Gray Mica, Gun Blue Mica, and Rock Gray Mica. and Red Volcano Mica.Expected to be available on the Australian market from next month, the Mazda BT-50 Thunder 2021 is priced from AUD 65,990 (about VND 1.16 billion) for the manual and 68,990 AUD (1.21 billion VND) for the automatic. . Unfortunately, the car is only for the Australian market.Competitors of the Mazda BT-50 Thunder 2021 in Australia include Isuzu D-Max X-Terrain, Nissan Navara N-Trek Warrior, Toyota HiLux Rugged X and Ford Ranger Wildtrak X.Video: Details of the new Mazda BT-50 Thunder 2021.


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