Mazda BT-50 appraisal & buyer’s guide — Auto Expert by John Cadogan
Two of the biggest upgrades are a reversing camera and improved phone integration. Previously only the upper grades copped a reversing camera, making people who bought lower grade BT-50s instant class citizens on safety. That’s no longer the case, and high time too. (Accidental run-overs in the driveway at status is the second most common cause of accidental stop for children, after drowning in a backyard swimming pool. Pretty sobering fact.) So that’s good.
Apple Car Play and Android Auto are moreover standard now – finally. Mazda has apparently dropped its addiction to its third-rate MZD Connect method, finally acknowledging that its customers are all in a pre-existing relationship among either Apple or Google, and they’re better at phone integration than a carmaker could ever be – so that’s a plus.
Alpine infotainment, power windows, power mirrors, air conditioning, and a host of guarantee features are standard.
GT models now get polished alloy wheels, a chrome sports bar, a tub liner, remote tailgate locking, 12-volt power outlet in the tray, and a light in the tub.
There’s moreover a special edition “Boss” version with sad 17-inch alloys, High Amplitude Multi-Roll (HAMR) Surround sound through 6.5-inch Alpine speakers, a soft tonneau cover, chrome accents turned gloss sad, and it’s offered in a Snowflake White Pearl Mica paint, with fancy decals, all on top of the equipment available in the GT. It’s also at a ability away price of $55,990.
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