Toyota Quantum Panel Van
Toyota Quantum Panel Van Comparison
|Model||Price||Power||Fuel Consumption||Top Speed|
|TOYOTA QUANTUM MY17 2.7 PANEL VAN||R376 600||111kW@4800||0.00 l/100km||155.00 km/h|
|TOYOTA QUANTUM MY17 2.5 D-4D PANEL VAN||R411 900||75kW@3600||0.00 l/100km||135.00 km/h|
|TOYOTA QUANTUM MY17 2.7 S-LONG PANEL VAN||R425 600||111kW@4800||0.00 l/100km||155.00 km/h|
|TOYOTA QUANTUM MY17 2.5 D-4D S-LONG PANEL VAN||R446 400||75kW@3600||0.00 l/100km||135.00 km/h|
|TOYOTA QUANTUM MY17 2.7 CREW CAB||R437 500||111kW@4800||0.00 l/100km||155.00 km/h|
|TOYOTA QUANTUM MY17 2.5 D-4D CREW CAB||R458 400||75kW@3600||0.00 l/100km||135.00 km/h|
Across the range, our powerful, economical engines make for cost effective transportation and our safety features offer assured peace of mind.
The Toyota Quantum 10-seater and 14-seater commuter bus, crew cab and panel van models have been given a fresh new face. All models have a revised grille design while the commuter bus models also feature a new seat fabric design. The original equipment brake pad material is revised across the range.
Available in three body styles (panelvan, crew cab and bus), three wheelbases (Standard, Long and Super Long), three roof heights (low, medium and high) and two body widths – Narrow and Wide. It also comes with a choice of engines - the 2.7-liter VVTi gasoline or the super-efficient 2.5 turbo-diesel.
First released in South Africa in 2005, the Quantum established itself as the market leader in the 10/14 seat commuter bus market and the mid-sized panel van market within the first year in the market.
Functionality, ease of use, and value for money provide the formula for success of the Toyota Quantum range which is now knocking on the door of 1000 units a month from the 300 units a month at launch just two years ago.