A recent work (arXiv:2104.14481) has found a statistically significant transition in the Baryonic Tully-Fisher relation (BTFR) using low redshift data (\(z<0.1\)), with the transitions occurring at about 9 and 17 Mpc. Motivated by this finding, we carry out a variant of this analysis by fitting the data to an augmented BTFR, where both the exponent as well as normalization constant vary as a function of distance. We find that both the exponent and normalization constant show only a marginal variation with distance, and are consistent with a constant value, to within \(2\sigma\). We also checked to see if there is a statistically significant difference between the BTFR results after bifurcating the dataset at distances of 9 and 17 Mpc. We find that almost all the sets of subsamples obey the BTFR with \(\chi^2\)/dof close to 1 and the best-fit parameters consistent across the subsamples. Only the subsample with \(D<17\) Mpc shows a marginal discrepancy (at \(1.75\sigma\)) with respect to the BTFR. Therefore, we do not find any evidence for statistically significant differences in the BTFR at distances of 9 and 17 Mpc.