There are few vehicles more iconic in South Africa than the Toyota Hiace and Toyota Quantum. These people-movers are essential components of South African transport infrastructure, and have been duly updated with all-new features.
The popular Hiace Ses’fikile now boasts an improved driver guard, increasing the barrier between driver and passengers. Toyota SA says that the upgrade has come in response to COVID-19 operating conditions, with the safety of both drivers and passengers in mind.
Meanwhile, the Toyota Quantum GL has swapped out steel wheels stylish 16” alloys, complete with 235/65-R16 tyres. Effectively, tyre sizes have now been standardised across all 11 to 14-seater models.
Certain models - including the Panel Van and Crew Cab - also benefit from new auto-dimming rear-view mirrors and a reverse camera system, both adding increased safety. Toyota has also streamlined their Quantum lineup by removing certain non-air-conditioned and rear-air-conditioned models.
See below for the latest lineup and pricing.
|Quantum 2.8 LWB Panel Van 3-s||R535 700|
|Quantum 2.8 SLWB Panel Van 3-s||R574 600|
|Quantum 2.8 LWB Crew Cab 6-s||R545 300|
|Quantum 2.8 LWB GL Bus 11-s||R669 800|
|Quantum 2.8 SLWB GL Bus 14-s||R684 900|
|Quantum 2.8 LWB VX Bus 9-s||R985 600|
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