What engine is in 2010 BT-50?

What engine is in 2010 BT-50?

2010 Mazda BT-50 DX UN Manual 4×2 The entry level Mazda Boss BT-50 DX 4×2 single cab chassis is powered by a 2.5-litre four-cylinder common rail turbodiesel, which delivers 105kW/330Nm. Fuel economy is stated at 8.3L/100km. A five-speed manual transmission drives the rear wheels only.

What engine does the Mazda BT-50 have?

BT-50 SP is powered by the current 3.0-litre turbocharged diesel four-cylinder engine, producing 140kW and 450Nm. Exclusively available in 4 x 4 Dual Cab Pickup form, the BT-50 SP comes with a choice of six-speed manual or automatic transmissions.

How much horsepower does a BT-50 have?

MAZDA BT-50 3.2L 6MT 4×4 (200 HP) Single Cab.

Is a BT-50 the same as a Ranger?

The Ranger technically remains in the same generation as the one that spawned the old BT-50, but constant updates have kept it fresh. The variants on test are the Mazda BT-50 XTR and Ford Ranger XLT, both of which sit a rung or two below their respective range flagships. They’re also two of the most popular variants.

Who makes the BT-50 engine?

It is powered by the Isuzu-sourced 3.0-litre 4JJ3-TCX inline-four turbodiesel engine, replacing the 3.2-litre MZ-CD inline-five Ford Duratorq turbodiesel engine.

Is the BT-50 reliable?

Totally Reliable and although with a solid rear-end, it drives well and responds easily. The car is unblemished and has a comfortable interior and driving position.

Is Mazda BT-50 same as Isuzu D-Max?

Both utes share the same 3.0-litre, four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine, which is developed by Isuzu and makes 140kW at 3600rpm and 450Nm between 1600–2600rpm. This is an improvement over the previous generation D-Max, whose dimensionally identical motor made 130kW and 430Nm.

Does Mazda BT-50 have a timing chain?

If your Mazda BT-50 has a timing chain installed it can stretch or fail over time and would need to be replaced to keep your engine running. If a timing chain were to stretch you could notice power loss, engine backfires, rattle in the engine, rough idle and driving.