Although Ford and Mazda worked as independent entities, the design team for Madza was based out of Ford Australia’s design center in Melbourne. Despite exterior differences between the Mazda BT-50 and the Ford Ranger, the underpinnings are basically the same.
How is the Mazda BT-50 appointed?
The BT-50 is available in both 2 and 4 door formats, with two-wheel drive and 4×4 versions. Configured as a 4×2 Single Cab, the BT-50 has a reputation for being a solid, reliable pickup truck that offers comfort and utility. The powertrain consist of a 2.5L diesel engine that provides all the power and torque needed for most jobs. The Single Cab version comes standard with power windows, air conditioning and allow wheels. Also, it has an impressive braked towing capacity of 2,250kb.
Like it’s Ranger counterpart, the Mazda BT-50 has an array of available options and accessories that allow it to be equipped to the owner’s fancy. Among them are Mazda BT-50 4×4 toolboxes.
What are 4×4 Toolboxes?
4×4 Toolboxes are basically tool sheds made to fit over the bed of a pickup truck, just below the rear window. They are used for storing tools and providing quick access to them without having to get to a remote storage location.
What are 4×4 toolboxes made of?
4×4 toolboxes come in aluminum, hard plastic, and a waterproof plastic material.
How are 4×4 toolboxes installed?
The toolbox sits on the side railing of a pickup truck bed. It rests there with it’s side slots and requires no installations or drilling. Most of the later versions, are lightweight, and work in conjunction with a bed liner.
Mazda BT50 Toolboxes are available at both Mazda’s websites and on aftermarket sites and auto parts retailers.