In the contemporary world, vehicles play a vital role in the transportation of goods as well as people. Among the other vehicles, cars are one of the vehicles which is common between the people.
Even cars are also classified into several, but SUV or sport utility vehicle is common among people with a taste of adventure. This classification combines features from off-road vehicles with car elements of the road-going passenger.
- The Toyota Urban Cruiser is a compact SUV based on the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, while the XUV300 is a subcompact SUV from Mahindra.
- The Urban Cruiser offers a mild-hybrid system for better fuel efficiency, while the XUV300 provides a more powerful turbocharged petrol engine option.
- The XUV300 boasts superior safety features, whereas the Urban Cruiser provides a more comfortable and refined ride.
Toyota Urban Cruiser vs XUV300
The difference between the Toyota Urban Cruiser and XUV300 is that the Toyota Urban Cruiser has a K15B type of engine with a capacity of 1462cc. On the other hand, XUV300 has an engine type of 1.2 turbo petrol with a capacity of 1197cc. Toyota Urban Cruiser gives a mileage (ARAI) (km pl) of 17.03, whereas XUV300 gives a mileage of 17.
Toyota has tried to make an entry into the compact space of SUVs by launching an urban cruiser. Toyota has cleverly given a distinct identity by redesigning the front of the urban cruiser.
The Mahindra XUV300 is based on the SsangYong Tivoli’s X100 platform. S201 is the initial code name for XUV300. It is an SUV with a subcompact crossover. Since February 2019, it has been sold in the markets of India.
|Paramters of Comaparison
|Toyota Urban Cruiser
|In September 202
|In February 2019
|1.2 Turbo Petrol
|Mileage (ARAI) (km pl)
|Driving range (km)
What is Toyota Urban Cruiser?
Toyota, the Japanese car manufacturer, with the help of Urban Cruiser, marked its presence in the segment of compact SUVs. The Toyota Urban Cruiser is available in three variants: Mid, high, and premium.
The Urban Cruiser is mainly available in six Montone color options: groovy orange, spunky blue, suave silver, iconic grey, rustic brown, and sunny white.
It gets four door speakers, an upper cooled glove box, combi meter vibe lights in five colors, and a front Centre sliding armrest (with storage). The Urban Cruiser also gets a touched-screen audio system with a seven-inch smart play cast.
It also offers a camera for reverse parking with a display in audio, aside from a power window for the anti-pinch driver and an ISOFIX child seat with a restraint system.
What is XUV300?
XUV300 was launched by Mahindra in February 2019 in the country. This model is based on the Ssangyong Tivoli but this model has shortened in length to turn it into the category of cars with sub-four meters.
When it comes to interior highlights of XUV300 includes a sunroof, touchscreen infotainment system of seven-inch with android auto, blue sense technology, and apple car play.
The Mahindra XUV300 is equipped with projector headlamps with LED DRLs, fog lights, LED taillights, a grille with chrome inserts, and electrically adjustable ORVMs.
In terms of its safety, this model includes ABS with EBD, seven airbags, a reverse parking camera, front and rear parking sensors, cornering brake control, and ESP with roll-over mitigation.
Main Differences Between Toyota Urban Cruiser and XUV300
- In terms of entertainment, the Toyota Urban Cruiser has a head unit size of 2 dins and four speakers with phone and audio streaming Bluetooth compatibility. On the other hand, all these features are lacking in XUV300.
- In the Toyota Urban Cruiser, footwell lamps are ambient interior lightning with LED as its daytime running lights, and it also has LED projector headlights.
Last Updated : 07 September, 2023
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