Hybrid Cars

Maruti Grand Vitara (Rs. 10.80 Lakh), Toyota Urban Cruiser Hyryder (Rs. 11.14 Lakh), Honda City Hybrid (Rs. 18.89 Lakh) and Toyota Innova Hycross (Rs. 19.77 Lakh) are top hybrid cars in India. The manufacturers like Maruti Suzuki, Toyota, Honda, Lexus, Volvo produces majority of these hybrid cars in India. Check our list of 16 Hybrid Cars in the price range of Rs. 10.80 Lakh - Rs. 5.40 Crore. To know more about Hybrid Cars in your city, Download Zigwheels App & get details on variants, specifications, pictures, mileage, reviews, and more.

Top Hybrid Cars in India 2024

Model Price Mileage / Range
Maruti Grand Vitara Rs. 10.80 Lakh 27 kmpl
Toyota Urban Cruiser Hyryder Rs. 11.14 Lakh 27 kmpl
Honda City Hybrid Rs. 18.89 Lakh 27 kmpl
Toyota Innova Hycross Rs. 19.77 Lakh 23 kmpl
Maruti Invicto Rs. 25.21 Lakh 23 kmpl

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Hybrid Cars User Reviews

  • Grand Vitara
    4.5
    243 reviews
    Compact SUV with Big Performance 

    The Maruti Grand Vitara is spaceous SUV that offers good performance. This SUV looks rugged with the prominent grille, and the muscular lines on its body exude confidence and capability whether you are on-road or off-road. The interior of this vehicle has space for a maximum of five people including comprehensive seating along with modern amenities such as touchscreen infotainment and smartphone connectivity. The hidden engine provides you with a good driving experience and high fuel efficiency, while 4WD is available for desert sand driving.

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  • Urban Cruiser Hyryder
    4.4
    185 reviews
    Revolutionizing Urban Mobility 

    Hyryder of the Toyota is a revolution of the urban mobility with a technology of the state of the art encompassing eco-friendly design. With its compact and futuristic design, Hyryder provides easy mobility in the bustling city parks. Its all-electric drive train offers quiet and emission free driving, while cutting-edge connectivity options make every drive a connected one. The Hyryder's compact size is designed to make parking easy, and its spacious interior is the ideal setting for comfortable rides for short trips or urban adventures. Designing a green automobile still considered a novelty for Toyota Hyryder and that is why this car is considered to disrupt the urban mobility and change our mindset of urban driving.

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  • City Hybrid
    2.8
    29 reviews
    Efficiency Meets Elegance 

    The Honda City Hybrid is a hybrid sedan that has the combination of a very low fuel consumption and an elegant design and sophisticated technology. The City Hybrid, with its futuristic and aerodynamic design, which includes the recognizable Honda style and stylish headlights powered with LED, easily catches the eye. This car’s spacious, refined cabin comes with premium materials and modern facilities, as well as with advanced infotainment systems and communication technologies to grant a connected driving. The hybrid powertrain operates quietly in the background to ensure great fuel economy while power is never compromised, and therefore, the City Hybrid should be the choice of eco-conscious buyers.

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  • Camry
    4.9
    54 reviews
    Timeless Elegance and Exceptional Performance 

    The Toyota Camry is a model that is immortal and the stylish exterior is complemented by extraordinary performance. The Camry boasts of a classy and stylish exterior characterized by Toyota's unique grille and cool LED headlights. It looks great out on the road. Its spacious and luxurious interior is made up of premium materials and modern amenities, and is made alive by advanced technology features that connected the driving. Below, a number of powerful engine options lead to smooth and responsive performance, and with a range of advanced safety systems on board, it will keep both driver and passengers tranquil.

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  • ES
    4.5
    28 reviews
    Elegance Redefined 

    The Lexus ES presents its inherent stateliness and luxury in an athletic and sophisticated sedan package. The ES features a luxury design, uses high-quality materials, and has detail consideration. This makes it a peaceful and cozy vehicle for sophisticated drivers who look for quality driving facilities. The cabin is spacious with meticulous attention to detail; it provides the user with a serene refuge complete with deluxe seating, advanced technology and rich finishes throughout. Equipped with a reliable and comfortable automobile, the ES ensures easy acceleration, smooth driving, and controlled handling anytime you drive. Whether practically running through the city or having long highway journeys.

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Hybrid Cars Question and Answers

FAQs on Hybrid Cars

What are upcoming hybrid cars in India 2024?

The upcoming hybrid cars available in India 2024 are Volt, C X75 and i3.

What are the popular hybrid cars available in India?

The Popular hybrid cars in India are are Maruti Grand Vitara, Toyota Urban Cruiser Hyryder and Honda City Hybrid

What is the difference between hybrid cars and electric cars?

A hybrid car is essentially a middle ground between cars powered by internal combustion engines (ICE) and pure electric vehicles (EVs) that use only a battery and an electric motor. A hybrid car houses a regular engine like all ICE cars while also featuring a small battery pack and an electric motor, which comes into action during low speeds or less stress conditions. They can be driven by either the engine or the motor; or combined. Meanwhile, EVs have a large battery pack and no combustion engine at all. EVs are powered only by the battery pack, which is charged using electricity. Most hybrids sold in India use self-charging technology and don’t require to be plugged in, unlike electric cars and plug-in hybrids. The Honda City e:HEV and Maruti Grand Vitara are examples of hybrid vehicles while there isn’t a single plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) in India as of now. Some examples of EVs are the Tata Tiago EV, Kia EV6 and Audi e-tron SUV.

What are 3 drawbacks of hybrid cars?

The 3 major drawbacks of hybrid cars are:
(i). Expensive to own due to the maintenance cost of the battery pack and powertrain compared to EVs, as the latter don/'t feature any mechanical components.
(ii). They are not as environmentally friendly as electric cars because they consist of a combustible engine, which adds to the pollution.
(iii). No incentives/subsidies on hybrid cars yet unlike EVs in India.

What is good about hybrid cars?

Hybrid cars are less polluting than pure internal combustion engines (ICE) cars, and don/'t have the infrastructural challenges as faced by EV owners with regards to charging stations. They can run in pure EV mode at low loads and offer significantly more overall fuel economy, reducing fuel consumption all around. The battery pack is recharged by regenerative braking and also by any excess energy produced by the engine.

What are the different types of hybrids?

There are three types of hybrid options: mild-, strong- and plug-in hybrids. While all three come with a battery pack and an electric motor on board, their battery packs vary in capacity depending on the type of hybrid chosen. It’s the mild-hybrid setup here which consists of the lowest voltage battery unit. The mild-hybrid’s battery-motor setup is used to only power the electrical components of a vehicle and to assist the engine in start/stop scenarios. It can also provide a small torque boost during acceleration at low engine speeds but cannot operate the vehicle in a ‘battery-only’ power and ‘zero-emissions’ mode. A strong-hybrid, on the other hand, powers the car using an electric motor during short distances while juicing up its battery by using either the engine or through regenerative braking. Plug-in hybrids, as the name says, can be recharged by plugging them into a home charging plug or by a public charger. They fit in between strong-hybrid vehicles (which get self-charging tech) and fully electric vehicles (which need to be plugged in).

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