Remember the Ford Ranger-based Mazda B-Series pickup? The one we got in the States from '94 to '09? Well, this is far, far better than that. It's the new Mazda BT-50, built atop the venerable Isuzu D-Max platform sold elsewhere in the world, like Australia. Mazda unveiled it Wednesday to a sea of midsize pickup faithful and it's got the rap sheet of a truly awesome machine—a turbodiesel engine, four-wheel-drive, and a manual gearbox. Yup, that's pretty nice.

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