Toyota Mirai, the second-generation hydrogen fuel cell vehicle, is going forward into its second year on the California market. It is the only state where the sedan can actually be purchasing at the moment. In fact, Toyota did not raise the prices of the two trims for the next year. However, it has increased the destination fee by $30. This has gone up from $995 to $1,025. Also, the entry-level Mirai XLE did start at $50,525 that is after destination. The Mirai Limited does come in at $67,025. However, it is not that bad for a rear-wheel-drive sedan with near 50-50 weight distribution. This also includes standard LED headlights and 19-inch wheels. Moreover, the only spec that does run afoul of the equation is output. That comes in at 182 horsepower and 221 pound-feet of torque.
Toyota Mirai has blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, and Toyota Safety Sense 2.5+ Standard. Also the Safety Sense 2.5+ does install automatic high beams. Also pre-collision avoidance with pedestrian detection plus intersection support. Plus emergency steering assist. As well as adaptive cruise control.
Every Mirai comes with blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, and Toyota Safety Sense 2.5+ standard. Safety Sense 2.5+ installs automatic high beams, pre-collision avoidance with pedestrian detection, intersection support, and emergency steering assist; adaptive cruise control; lane departure alert; lane tracing assist. It keeps the Mirai centered in the lane with and road sign assist.
Toyota Mirai Gets Incredible Mileage!
The XLE can go 402 miles on a full tank of compressed hydrogen on the standard 19-inch wheels, according to Toyota. Also, the trim does come with an eight- and four-way power heated front seat for the driver and passenger. Each is trimming in SoftTex. Also, the eight-inch gauge cluster does contain a 4.2-inch driver display is paired with a 12.3-inch infotainment screen that runs Android Auto and Apple CarPlay standards. It runs its sounds through a 14-speaker JBL audio system.