The Corolla Quest has been upgraded for 2016 with a sharpened style with colour –coded accents and power windows, to name some.
Brian Joss – “One of Toyota’s founding principles is Continuous Improvement or “Kaizen” as the Japanese terminology states. Kaizen refers to the philosophy of always enhancing or improving and this applies to far more than production processes, as this extends to our product offerings too. This means that our cars are always evolving in pursuit of offering customers more,” says Glenn Crompton, Vice-President of Marketing at Toyota South Africa.
For 2016 the Corolla Quest has been sharpened up (or Kaizened) with the addition of tasteful colour-coded accents. The colour-coding treatment has been applied to the door handles and power operated exterior mirrors to add a touch of modernity to the exterior.
On the convenience front, all models now boast power windows with one-touch operation for the driver. This complements the solid standard specification that all Corolla Quest models
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.
Powering the Quest, is the proven 1.6 litre “1ZR-FE” DOHC 16-valve engine which delivers 90kW @ 6000 rpm, accompanied by 154 Nm of torque @ 5200 rpm..
Buyers have the choice of a s 6-speed manual transmission or 4-speed automatic on the Plus model.