2016 Toyota Mirai review

The 2016 Toyota Mirai was unveiled at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show. Instead classic engine new Mirai uses Toyota Fuel Cell Technology. It has two hydrogen carbon tanks that give to the new Toyota Mirai 2016 range of 300 miles.

2016 toyota mirai review

2016 Toyota Mirai review

The Prius like front fascia of the new Toyota Mirai gives it a signature look. Two LED lines o the both sides of the new Mirai make up the headlights. It is a little bigger than a Prius and it has very roomy front seat area. It has digital instrument LCD panel that is mounted above the dashboard and it shows speed, power and remaining range. The standard equipment on the car include a lane-departure alert, blind-spot monitor, automatic high beams and drive-start control. With Toyota’s Entune multimedia system buyers gets three years of Safety Connect and a hydrogen station map app also.

2016 toyota mirai interior

Toyota Mirai 2016 specs

Under the hood of the 2016 Toyota Mirai is electric motor that produces power of 153 hp and 247 lb-ft of torque. With this figures this 4,078-pound sedan runs from 0 to 60 mph in 9 seconds, which is near figures that classic sedan reaches with 4-cylinder engine. The electricity that powers the electric engine comes from combination of hydrogen and oxygen unlike typical electric cars that power gets from large batteries. According to Toyota with just one fuel tank the fuel-cell-powered Mirai has a range of up to 300 miles. With extensive list of ownership perks buyers will have hydrogen-fuel costs cover by Toyota.

toyota mirai 2016 specs

Release date and price

The 2016 Toyota Mirai release date is set to fall of 2015 and it will be available only in California. The price of the Toyota Mirai 2016 starts at $58,325 which includes an $825 destination charge. It is also available for lease at $499 per month for 36 months and it also includes $3,649 due at signing.

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“With combined state and federal incentives of $13,000 available to many customers, the purchase price could potentially fall to under $45,000,” said Toyota in a statement.

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