OLD COROLLA ON A QUEST: Toyota's Quest has been bolstered with the addition of new colours and all-round power windows. Image: Quickpic
Cape Town - The Corolla Quest remains one of the most popular vehicles in South Africa, with the Quest nameplate accounting for 1 out of every 5 units in South Africa's C-segment (22%).
In 2016, Toyota has spruced its Corolla Quest with the addition of new design elements and improved features for all versions.
New colour-coded accents has been applied to the door handles and power side-mirrors. On the convenience front, all variants are now equipped with power windows with one-touch operation for the driver.
The Corolla Quest is available in two grades, standard and Plus. The ‘Plus’ model adds a 4-speaker audio system with CD and USB interface. As part of the 2016 specification enhancement, Plus models receive Bluetooth functionality for hands-free call operation with the added benefit of Bluetooth audio playback.
Electric power steering
Tilt & telescopic steering adjustment
Auto door lock
Remote central locking
Driver & Passenger airbags
ABS + EBD + Brake Assist
Powering the Quest is a 1.6 litre petrol capable of 90kW/154Nm and can be mated to either a six-speed manual or four-speed auto. Plus models are exclusively equipped with the 6-speed manual “cog-swapper”.
Pricing for the new models remains ultra-competitive and continues the legacy of great value.
Quest 1.6 - R199 400
Quest 1.6 AT - R214 600
Quest 1.6 Plus - R215 100
All models are backed by a three-year or 100 000km warranty and three-year or 45 000km service plan.