A mathematical model for hybrid nanofluid is proposed to study the influence of oblique magnetic field and thermal radiation on an exponentially elongated sheet. A comparison of the thermal characteristics of the hybrid nanofluid and the mono nanofluids (Al2O3 /water and TiO2/water) is made. The governing flow equations are transformed into a system of ODEs with the assistance of similarity variables and are then computationally addressed using bvp4c.The graphs are displayed for velocity, heat measure, and reduced frictional coefficients for selected flow parameters. Hybrid nanofluid has 1–4% growth in the rate of heat transfer when compared to mono nanofluid while it is 1–4.5% in comparison to viscous fluid for increasing radiation parameter. The outcomes of this work revealed that the heat transfer as a consequence of the dispersion of dual nanomaterials is more promising than the mono nanofluid. To accomplish very effective cooling/heating in industrial and engineering applications, hybrid nanofluids can substitute mono nanofluids.