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8th June, 2011

Mazda has confirmed that the Freestyle Cab version of its all-new BT-50 utility will come to Australia.

Utilising the revolutionary "Freestyle" door configuration, the BT-50 Freestyle Cab offers a unique combination of seating for four, an exceptionally wide pillar-less door opening, and a good carrying capacity.

On each side of the cabin, a front-hinged door and a rear access panel combine to provide a 1,408 mm-wide opening that makes for easy entry to and exit from either the front or rear seats.

Rear-seat comfort has been taken to levels never seen before in the Freestyle Cab. Cushions have been lengthened by 50 mm for better thigh support and more stable fitment of child seats while the seatback height has been increased by 128 mm.

The rear seat cushions can be removed and with the rear access panels opening to an angle of nearly 90 degrees, the option of loading and storing cargo into the rear seating area of the cab has never been easier.

A further advantage of the new BT-50 Freestyle Cab is its capacious carrying capacity. The cargo tub has increased in width, length and height resulting in an overall cargo volume of 1,453 litres. This is an increase of 266 litres over the equivalent current model.

The all-new Mazda BT-50 will go on sale later this year.


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