Toyota has updated the locally-assembled Corolla Quest range in South Africa. See the changes below as well as pricing!
The new Toyota Corolla Quest came to market last year and remains a dominant player in the C-segment sedan market.
The Corolla Quest range is powered by a naturally-aspirated 1.8-litre petrol engine that offers 103 kW and 173 Nm of torque and can be had with either a 6-speed manual or a Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT).
The Corolla Quest remains the go-to choice in this segment.
The newly-named Corolla Quest Plus derivative kicks off the range and is equipped with a matte black grille, 15-inch steel wheels and features such as Daytime Running Lights, color-coded electric side mirrors, air conditioner, electric windows, steering-mounted controls and a basic audio system with Bluetooth and USB functionality.
The mid-range Corolla Quest Prestige has received an upgraded 6-speaker, touchscreen DVD audio system, reverse camera, cruise control, leather steering wheel, leather/fabric combination upholstery and 16-inch alloy wheels.
The top-spec Corolla Quest Exclusive gains an automatic air conditioner, a TFT-colour instrument cluster, leather seats and LED headlights and rain-sensing wipers.
Toyota has also added Smart Entry (keyless entry with push-button start) across the entire range and Toyota Connect is also standard on all derivatives.
Customers can now also choose a new Oxide Bronze exterior body colour in addition to the current colour palette.
How much does the Toyota Corolla Quest cost in South Africa?
Quest Plus – R 278 400
Quest CVT Plus – R 298 000
Quest Prestige – R 315 600
Quest Prestige CVT – R 326 600
Quest Exclusive MT – R 332 900
Quest Exclusive CVT – R 343 900
The Toyota Corolla Quest is sold with a 3-year/100 000 km warranty and a 3-services/45 000 km service plan.