2022 Mazda BT-50 in Malaysia – full price list revealed; five 4×4 variants; 1.9L and 3.0L; from RM93k-RM144k

2022 Mazda BT-50 in Malaysia – full price list revealed; five 4×4 variants; 1.9L and 3.0L; from RM93k-RM144k

Bermaz Motor has released full pricing for the 2022 Mazda BT-50, which was first announced for Malaysia in November last year before making its public debut a month later. The third-generation pick-up truck is now based on the latest Isuzu D-Max and is offered in five variants, including the 1.9L Single Cab MT, which is followed by the double cab 1.9L Mid MT, 1.9L Mid AT, 1.9L High AT and the range-topping 3.0L High Plus AT.

Prior to June 1 this year, which is when the latest price list came into effect, we only had figures for the two top options – 1.9L High AT and 3.0L High Plus AT. Now, we have prices for the lower variants as well, with the figures mentioned being on-the-road without insurance and inclusive of a five-year, 100,000-km warranty.

As pick-up trucks are classified as commercial vehicles, they do not qualify for the ongoing sales tax exemption which ends on June 30, 2022. Like the D-Max, all variants of the BT-50 come fully imported (CBU) from Thailand.

Following the most recent price list, the range kicks off with the workhorse 1.9L Single Cab MT that is priced at RM92,529.20. This is followed by the double cabs, starting with the 1.9L Mid MT at RM105,779.20 and the 1.9L Mid AT that goes for RM112,179.20.

2022 Mazda BT-50 in Malaysia – full price list revealed; five 4×4 variants; 1.9L and 3.0L; from RM93k-RM144k

2022 Mazda BT-50 price list (click to enlarge

Both the 1.9L High AT and the 3.0L High Plus AT have had their prices hiked up slightly compared to what we reported in December last year. The former is now priced at RM124,779.20 (+RM600), while the range-topper retails at RM143,718.40 (+RM500).

In terms of specifications, all “1.9L” variants are powered by Isuzu’s RZ4E-TC 1.9 litre four-cylinder turbodiesel making 150 PS (148 hp) at 3,600 rpm and 350 Nm of torque from 1,800 to 2,600 rpm. The sole “3.0L” option gets a 4JJ3-TCX 3.0 litre four-cylinder turbodiesel that serves up 190 PS (188 hp) at 3,600 rpm and 450 Nm from 1,600 to 2,600 rpm.

Both engines come with selectable four-wheel drive and a rear differential lock as standard, with either a six-speed manual (MT) or six-speed automatic (AT) transmission, depending on the chosen variant.

As for equipment, the only single cab option gets 16-inch steel wheels, LED headlamps and front fog lamps, bulb-type DRLs and rear fog lamp, automatic wipers, a 3.5-inch monochrome instrument cluster display, a basic head unit with two speakers, manual air-conditioning, manual seats, fabric upholstery, a 4WD transfer dial, two airbags, ESC, traction control, Hill Launch Assist, ABS, EBD and brake assist.

The double cab 1.9L Mid MT and AT build upon this by adding 17-inch alloys, keyless engine start, powered side mirrors with indicators, rear parking sensors, a 4.2-inch coloured multi-info display, a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, six speakers, rear air vents, a reverse camera, Isofix child seat anchors, passive cruise control as well as blind spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert.

Stepping up to the 1.9L High AT nets you the same kit as the Mid duo, but with additional items like auto-levelling bi-LED headlamps, LED DRLs, keyless entry, front parking sensors, roof rails (100 kg load limit), side steps, an auto-dimming rear-view mirror, a nine-inch touchscreen infotainment system, dual-zone climate control, and eight-way powered front seats.

The 1.9L High AT also comes with seven airbags and hill descent control to complement what’s already standard on the Mid variants. The 3.0L High Plus AT adds to the 1.9 High AT’s feature set with its 18-inch alloy wheels, a remote engine start function, eight speakers, brown leather upholstery, multi-collision brake, adaptive cruise control, automatic high beam, lane departure warning, forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking.

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  • Seribu on Jun 21, 2022 at 11:01 am

    Pick up challenger

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  • FudgeMeSideways on Jun 21, 2022 at 6:07 pm

    Seat stitching designs definitely better than Mercedes Benz.

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  • They could have put a round rear lights like other Mazdas.

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  • mini lorry, B segment budget suv like HRV all reaching rm140k. Min salary just raise to rm1500 but everything up and up. But to be honest, before rm1500 min salary, many companies are offering higher. My foreign workers also asking rm2000 two yrs ago but worth it. No MC, anytime can OT, no AL, no EL, no motor rosak, no loceng rosak, no anak sakit, bini sakit, ayah sakit,……….Bini sakit ok but my female ckerk took EL because of husband sakit……..must be very critical, dying stage.

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  • SmartConsumer on Jun 24, 2022 at 8:42 am

    smart move by Mazda. Finally a pickup that has less than 2.5cc. This will sell well. With the economy worsening, low cc pickup will sell like hot cakes. I have noticed that people are snatching up the ssangyong actyon sports pickup like crazy. Use to see so many in the market. Now all sapu. Really good underated pick up that uses the upgraded bullet proof mercerdes OM604 D20 diesel engine.

    Good job Mazda.

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  • YB Sama Loo on Jun 26, 2022 at 2:47 pm

    Finally, there’s an alternative upgrade option of manual vehicle with reasonably well specced of course. Only thing that need to change is horn sound – upgrade to twin tone lori treler super loud horn and adding on front and rear dashcam to give scumbag Malaysian drivers hard lesson to drive properly like human.

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  • Ah Bun on Sep 14, 2022 at 4:00 pm

    Finally a manual transmission 4×4 with all the goodies , meanwhile the D’max 1.9MT don’t even have diff locks , still uses multi reflectors halogen headlights, and don’t even have some of those safety features that the BT50 1.9MT has even though both are literally sisters. I would pick this without hesitation

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