Toyota Corolla Quest now with added convenience features

The Plus model focuses on delivering a value-minded product offering

Reuben Van Niekerk
Toyota Corolla Quest
Toyota Quest

For 2021 Toyota has bolstered the Corolla Quest product offering in order to offer enhanced convenience. The 1.8 litre engine remains unchanged but the entry grade model has been rebadged Plus, while the Prestige and Exclusive grades have been carried over.


The specification of the Plus model focuses on delivering a value-minded product offering. Daytime running lights, colour-coded power-adjustable mirrors, air-conditioners, 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.


Prestige models have been upgraded with a touchscreen DVD audio system including six speakers, reverse camera, cruise control, leather steering wheel, combination fabric and leather seats plus 16-inch alloy wheels.

The Exclusive grade now features an auto air-conditioner, TFT-colour instrument cluster, leather seats, rain-sensing wipers and LED headlamps.


New for 2021 is the addition of Smart Entry, for keyless entry and push-button start) across the range, which was previously only offered on the Exclusive flagship. The other specifications on the Prestige and Exclusive models remain unchanged, however all models are now fitted with Toyota Connect.

The well-proven 1.8-litre engine propels all Quest variant and offers 103kW and 173Nm and can be paired to either a six-speed manual or seven-speed CVT transmission.


Model line-up and pricing

Quest Plus

R278 400

Quest CVT Plus

R298 000

Quest Prestige

R315 600

Quest Prestige CVT

R326 600

Quest Exclusive MT

R332 900

Quest Exclusive CVT

R343 900