Hyundai Creta vs Toyota Urban Cruiser Hyyder Compact SUVs: Review



The latest entrant in the mid-size SUV segment, the Toyota Urban Cruiser Hider takes on Hyundai’s best offering in this space, the Creta. We’ll analyze these two SUVs to see which one is a better fit for you.

Among mid-size SUVs, the Toyota Urban Cruiser is a relative of Maruti’s Grand Vitara, and now it has a few new features to offer. In September, TKM launched the HAIDER URBAN CRUISER in this segment. Co-developed with Maruti Suzuki, the HAIDER gets both the DNA of the Grand Vitara as well as that of the urban cruiser. With two new competitors entering this segment already, the Hyundai Creta will have to compete against behemoths like the Honda WR-V and Nissan Terrano. However, before this, Toyota’s cousin will have to face them on equal terms when compared side by side with the Excel Grande.

Hyundai Creta vs. Toyota Urban Cruiser Hyder: Exterior Design & Dimensions

 

What’s your opinion on exterior styling? We’ll break down some of the differences between the two SUVs, the Creta and the Hyryder. The Creta has a very large chrome grille that surrounds the headlamp unit, and fog lamps are placed below. Conversely, the Hyryder has a gloss black grille that merges with LED DRLs that also act as turn signals, and the main headlamp unit is at the bottom.

When looking at these two SUVs, the Creta has a more muscular stance, while the Haider looks more like an SUV with a square-escape appeal. The Hyryder is much wider than the others, but it doesn’t have as much space in its trunk.

SpecificationsToyota Urban cruiser headerHyundai Creta
length4365 mm4300 mm
Width1795 mm1790 mm
height1645 mm1635 mm
wheelbase2600 mm2610 mm
surface208 mm190 mm
boot space373L/265L (Strong Hybrid)433 liters

 

Hyundai Creta vs. Toyota Urban Cruiser Haider: Powertrain & Fuel Efficiency

 

Hyundai offers a wide range of engine and gearbox combinations in their powertrain, giving consumers more options. On the other hand, Haider is more fuel efficient at the cost of power: for example, the hybrid rider has a fuel economy of 27.97 km/l, which is significantly higher than the 22.8 km/l in the Creta diesel. The Hyryder also features AWD while the Creta is only available with front-wheel drive configurations.

Hyundai Creta vs. Toyota Urban Cruiser Haider: Interior, Features, and Price

Both SUVs match up in features. In terms of interior design, the Hyryder has leather stitching on the dashboard, while the Creta does not. The Creta’s interiors are lighter with the use of beige, while the Haider’s is darker and uses gray tones. The Creta has a black interior with certain options that come with a turbo petrol engine and it offers sun shades for rear passengers. Some interesting features on board the Korean SUV include a powered driver seat, an electric parking brake, and rear sun shades. The Hyryder also offers more standard equipment from lower trims as opposed to what you’ll find in a Hyundai Creta.

The Hyundai Creta has a price range that starts at ₹ 10.44 lakh and gets as high as ₹ 18.18 lakh (ex-showroom). In contrast, the Toyota Urban Cruiser Hider can set you back between ₹ 10.48 lakh to ₹ 18.99 lakh (ex-showroom).

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