By Otsile Kadiege
Toyota South Africa has updated their popular Corolla Quest line-up to offer enhanced convenience for consumers in the market for a sedan. The line-up consists of the entry-level Plus, the mid-spec Prestige and the range-topping Exclusive grades. The Corolla Quest range retains the 1.8-litre petrol engine, which produces 103 kW of power and 173 Nm of torque. Customers can either opt for a 6-speed manual or a 7-step CVT transmission.
Corolla Quest Plus
The value-minded Plus grade adds Daytime Running Lights (DRL), colour-coded power-adjustable mirrors, air-conditioner, electric windows, steering switches and audio system with Bluetooth and USB functionality, are joined by matte black treatment for the radiator grille and 15-inch steel wheels.
Corolla Quest Prestige
The mid-spec Prestige grade receive an upgrade to a touchscreen DVD audio system with six speakers, reverse camera, cruise control, leather steering wheel, a combination of fabric and leather seats plus the 16-inch alloy wheels.
Corolla Quest Exclusive
The top-spec Exclusive models add auto air-conditioner, TFT-colour instrument cluster, leather seats, rain-sensing wipers and LED headlamps. All models across the range receive a Smart Entry (keyless entry and push-button start), which was previously only offered on the Exclusive grade. Toyota Connect is also fitted as standard across the range.
Oxide Bronze has been added to the colour palette, which increases the total number of available colours to 6.
Pricing and warranty
Pricing for the Toyota Corolla Quest range is as follows:
Corolla Quest Plus – R278,400
Corolla Quest CVT Plus – R298,000
Corolla Quest Prestige – R315,600
Corolla Quest Prestige CVT – R326,600
Corolla Quest Exclusive MT R332,900
Corolla Quest Exclusive CVT R343,900
All Corolla Quests are sold with a 3-services/45,000 km service plan. A 3-year/100,000 km warranty is included.
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