The Honda City Hybrid eHEV has a much more potent and powerful e 4-cylinder engine and electric motor producing a combined output of 126 ps and 253 nm of torque whereas the Toyota Urban Cruiser Hyryder has a 3-cylinder engine paired with an electric motor producing 116 ps of power and 141 nm of torque. So the City Hybrid is definitely the more powerful and torquier of the two.
As regards to mileage, the ARAI claimed fuel efficiency of the Honda City Hybrid eHEV stands at 26.5 kmpl whereas the Toyota Urban Cruiser Hyryder provides 27.97 kmpl.
The City hybrid is longer being a sedan while the Hyryder is wider but both have the same wheelbase which points to a similar room inside. The City has a roomier back seat while the Hyryder's front seat has a clear taller driving position being an SUV
Both cars are very well equipped with a digital display, a touch screen, connected car tech and more. However, there are differences in the fact that the Hyryder has a head-up display, a 360-degree camera and a larger dual-pane sunroof too. The City hybrid has lane watch tech and also it has ADAS driver assistance features.
To conclude, the City Hybrid definitely is more quicker and offers better performance whereas the Hyryder offers better mileage. But, it ultimately boils down to whether you prefer a sedan or an SUV.
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