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Whether you're heading out for a day trip or just cruising around Adelaide, the Mazda BT-50 is ready for whatever the road brings. Three new trim levels have arrived for the 2022 BT-50, allowing drivers to find their perfect ute. Here's what you'll want to know about the BT-50's trims before heading to your local Mazda dealership.

With six trim levels to select from, even the most discerning driver can find their ideal Mazda BT50 for sale. It doesn't matter if you favour a streamlined, minimalist interior or want a cockpit with all the bells and whistles; there's a trim level perfect for you.

The XS Trim

Added for 2022, the XS is an entry-level trim that feels anything but basic. Beneath the hood, a new 110kW/350Nm 1.9-litre turbocharged diesel motor is paired with a six-speed automatic transmission. With a tow-rating of three tonnes, this ute can handle work or play effortlessly. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto accompany a full-colour infotainment touchscreen, and this trim has the standard safety technology.

The XT Trim

The XT trim mirrors the XS with a few exceptions. Your XT will come with alloy wheels instead of steel, and you'll have the option of an automatic or manual transmission. You'll also score a 3.0-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine that produces an impressive 140kW/450Nm. Like the XS, the XT has a reversing camera, autonomous emergency braking, and lane-departure warning.

The XTR Trim

The XTR trim elevates your driving experience with additions like dual-zone climate control, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and an interior mirror that dims automatically. In addition, with the satellite navigation system and touchscreen infotainment centre, you'll never have trouble finding your way. Finally, getting into your ute is easier than ever with this trim, as it features stylish side steps and advanced keyless entry.

The GT Trim

Drivers looking for a luxurious ride at an affordable price will appreciate the BT-50's GT trim. Heated front seats make cool-weather drives more enjoyable, and the eight-way adjustable driver's seat allows you to position yourself precisely how you like. When you want your vehicle ready and waiting, the remote engine start feature allows you to have your car ready to roll before you've even stepped out the door.

The SP Trim

Purchase the SP trim, and you'll never have difficulty finding your car in a crowded lot. This trim stands out from the pack with metallic grey roof rails, a black grille, and gloss black exterior accents. The interior of the SP is as attractive as the exterior. The seats are covered in driftwood leather with synthetic black suede accents, creating an elegant interior aesthetic. In addition, a tub liner and manually-operated tonneau cover allow you to transport your cargo without damage.

The Thunder Trim

With a steel front bull bar and premium sports bar, this trim looks as tough as its name suggests. All the offerings of the GT come standard, plus bigger wheels and wheel-arch flares. You'll also get an electric tonneau cover, enabling you to protect anything in your tub with the press of a button.

Explore Adelaide in a BT-50

If you're in the market for a new Mazda, the 2022 BT-50 deserves a test drive. The three new trims levels and single, freestyle, and dual cab configurations enable you to create a ute the whole family will enjoy.

Don't miss your opportunity to take a BT-50 for a spin. Head to a local Mazda dealer and hop behind the wheel of this sporty vehicle.

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