The vehicle that defined passenger and cargo transportation in South Africa has raised the bar yet again with an all-new Toyota Quantum.
Here are some highlights from this new-generation vehicle, which is available in both bus and panel van derivatives:
Improved practicality: Increased cabin length and width means more interior space, with more legroom and headroom.
Stylish cabin: Coordinated colours, patterns and shapes give the cabin a modern, open feel.
More power: Thanks to a new, more fuel-efficient and refined 2.8-litre turbodiesel engine.
Added safety features: Active and passive safety technologies include the Anti-Lock Braking System with Electronic Brake-Force Distribution, Vehicle Stability Control, Hill-Assist Control, and Trailer Sway Control.
Ultra-modern new look: The more aerodynamic shape has a new radiator grille and headlamp configuration that, in the GL Bus models, gets chrome treatment to the grille, as well as vertical LED Daytime Running Lights and fog lamps.
SMALL CAR RANGE TWEAKS
Along with the comprehensive standard feature list, the Yaris range now gets an upgraded Anti-theft system, whilst the Xs, Sport and Cross variants will come with rear Park Distance Control (PDC).
The range continues unaltered with four (Xi, Xs, Cross and Sport) grades across five models.
Replacing the X-Play Silver, the model comes in two variants with bespoke exterior treatment and fog lamps as standard.
Aygo X-Cite Orange
The flagship Aygo now offers buyers the option of a vibrant-orange canvas top. The orange roof can be paired with any of the six exterior colours.
The entire Etios range gets an upgraded security system, including an alarm and immobiliser. The Etios line-up offers both hatchback and sedan models in the Xi and Sprint configuration, and hatch only in the Cross configuration.
Let’s Get Connected
Toyota and Lexus South Africa are taking in-car connectivity to a whole new level with the introduction of standard connected features, including in-car WiFi on all models. Watch this space!