The Toyota Mirai is powered by a 114-kilowatt (153 horsepower) fuel cell located under the front seats. Power is sent to an electric motor, which turns the front wheels. Some energy is sent to the 1.6-kilowatt lithium-ion battery pack.
Toyota says the Mirai has a 312-mile range and averages 67 MPGe. It takes approximately five minutes to replenish the Mirai’s hydrogen tank. Unlike some electric cars, this model leisurely travels from 0-to-60 mph in 9.1 seconds.
All Mirai models are equipped with automatic LED headlights, LED daytime running lights, power folding heated side mirrors, and 17-inch alloy wheels.
Inside, the Mirai offers a heated steering wheel, a power tilt and telescopic steering column, eight-way power front seats with power lumbar, heated seats, imitation leather, and a JBL premium audio system with navigation.
Safety features include a pre-collision system, a rearview camera, blind spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, and adaptive cruise control. You also have eight airbags, including driver knee and front passenger cushion airbags.
Toyota held the line on pricing for 2017. You can purchase a Mirai for $57,500 plus an $865 destination fee. The Mirai is a one trim level sedan.
To support the ownership experience, Toyota offers several exclusive services:
- Three years of complimentary fuel.
- A rental car option for up to seven days per year for three years.
- Three years of complimentary Safety Connect and Entune, including a hydrogen station finder app.
- Three years of ‘round the clock customer call support.
- No cost scheduled maintenance for three years or 35,000 miles, whichever comes first.
- Three years of complimentary roadside assistance with no mileage limit. This deal includes expedited towing service and trip interruption reimbursement.
Toyota makes owning or leasing a Mirai appealing by offering low lease payments or 0% APR. Toyota sweetens the deal with up to $7,500 in rebates under its Trailblazer support program. See your Toyota dealer for all offers.
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