Mazda Australia has developed a comprehensive range of BT-50 genuine accessories to coincide with the all-new ute’s launch.
To coincide with the launch of Mazda’s all-new 4×4 ute, a comprehensive BT-50 genuine-accessories range has also been revealed.
While our drive impressions of the new BT-50 are under embargo until 5pm tomorrow, along with anything we learned at the recent Australian BT-50 media launch, the range of Mazda Australia genuine accessories to fit the all-new BT-50 can already be viewed on the Mazda website.
The genuine-accessories range includes individual items such as various steel and alloy bull bar designs, a snorkel, soft tonneau covers, lift-up hard tonneau covers, an electric roller tonneau, standard and premium canopies, tub liners, a bed rug, a tailgate assist, sports bars, a dual-battery system, driving lights, LED light bars, towing accessories and more.
Other gear on the website includes 17-inch and 18-inch alloy wheels, towing equipment, roof racks, tub, racks, floor mats, mobile phone holders, an Icom 80 channel UHF radio, seat covers, scuff plates and more.
Some of the accessories are clearly manufactured by Australian automotive accessory companies including ARB and Lightforce.
At the upper end of the price range, you’ll also be able to order ARB OME medium-load and heavy-duty suspension kits through your Mazda dealer, complete with OME BP-51 internal bypass and adjustable dampers.
In addition to individual accessories, Mazda dealers will also offer accessory packs, such as the ‘Boss Adventure Pack’, which includes Black Steel Bull Bar with Hoops, Lightforce Driving Lights, Electric Roller Tonneau Cover, Black Sports Bar, Sports Bar Adaptor Kit For Tonneau Cover, Tub Racks with Platform and Black 18-inch Alloy Wheels. There’s also the ‘Boss Touring Pack’, which includes a Polished Nudge Bar, Lightforce Driving Lights, Premium Canopy and Tow bar kit.
And not to leave you wondering, Mazda Australia lists all the genuine accessory pricing on its website page.
Keep an eye out for our first test of the all-new Mazda BT-50 which we’ll publish on Unsealed 4X4 at 5pm (AEDT) tomorrow.