Toyota has improved its locally-built Corolla Quest offering in South Africa.
When the Quest was introduced to market back in 2014, it presented an excellent value proposition for buyers looking for an affordable, well-built sedan. That proposition still stands, but Toyota is now building on the success of the Quest with minor exterior improvements as well as the addition of extra interior features.
New features for Quest
The enhanced Quest now features color-coded accents applied to the door handles and electrically adjustable side mirrors. All models in the Quest range now feature electric windows with one-touch function.
These features are in addition to the following standard specification:
• Illuminated entry
• Multi-information Display
• Electric Power Steering
• Tilt & Telescopic steering adjustment
• Anti-theft system
• Auto door lock
• Remote central locking
• ISOFIX-anchor points
• Driver & Passenger airbags
• ABS + EBD + Brake Assist
Two trim levels are on offer for the Quest, including standard and Plus. The Quest Plus includes a 4-speaker CD/radio with USB connectivity and now also benefits from Bluetooth connectivity.
The Quest is powered by a 1.6-litre, 16-valve petrol engine that develops 90 kW and 154 Nm of torque. A 6-speed manual transmission or a 4-speed automatic transmission are on offer too, while Plus models are only fitted with the manual box. Toyota claims 7.1 L / 100 km for the Quest.
Toyota Corolla Quest Price in South Africa
Quest 1.6 - R199 400
Quest 1.6 AT - R214 600
Quest 1.6 Plus- R215 100
All Toyota Quest models are sold with a 3-year / 100 000 km warranty and 3-year / 45 000 km service plan.
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