The primary purpose of this study was to investigate mechanical properties of hybrid composite fabricated from bagasse fibers reinforced with Al2O3 and SiC for automotive purposes. The technique applied was referred to as the hand layup technique for the fabrication of composite. The experiment was conducted based on Taguchi L9 orthogonal array design. Data shows that the maximum tensile and flexural strength were 39.9 and 56.1 MPa respectively. Hardness and impact strength were 75.05 HV and 14 J respectively. The results indicated that the increasing Al2O3 and SiC wt.% increase the tensile strength and after bagasse fiber wt.% reaches optimum values the tensile strength decreased. Increasing Al2O3 wt.%, increases flexural strength and after bagasse fiber and SiC wt.% reaches optimum values, flexural strength was decreased. Increasing bagasse fiber wt.% increases the hardness of composite, and increasing Al2O3 and SiC wt.% increases the hardness, then after reaching optimum values the hardness was decreased. Increasing Al2O3 wt.% after the optimum values decrease the impact strength, and increasing bagasse fiber and SiC wt.% increase impact strength. The developed hybrid composite material was found to be improved the properties of composites after addition of Al2O3 and SiC powder as filler materials. This thesis recommends higher institutes, automotive companies, manufacturing companies, the construction sector and the government to conduct on how to utilize this abundant waste of bagasse fiber resource.