The 2021 Toyota Mirai FCEV comes in XLE and Limited trim levels.
XLE ($50,495) has 19-inch alloy wheels, black exterior paint, self-leveling LED headlights, LED daytime running lights/taillights, heated side mirrors, power windows/locks, keyless entry/start, heated/power-adjustable front seats (8-way for the driver, 4-way for the passenger), leather-wrapped steering wheel, black simulated leather upholstery, dual-zone automatic climate control, 8-inch driver information display, selectable driving modes, self-dimming rearview mirror, universal garage door opener, 12.3-inch infotainment touchscreen, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto smartphone integration, Amazon Alexa compatibility, Wi-Fi, four USB ports, Bluetooth phone/audio streaming, Destination Assist (over-the-air directions), satellite radio, wireless charging, sound system with 14 JBL speakers, blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, Active Cornering Assist, and all the driver assistance features that make up the Toyota Safety System 2.5+ package (see the Safety section below). This trim is eligible for an Advanced Technology package ($1,410) that brings front/rear parking sensors with automatic emergency braking, top-view/curb-view/360-degree camera system, and illumination for the front footwells.
Limited ($66,995) comes standard with the contents of the Advanced Technology package, adding a fixed dual-panel moonroof with a powered shade, rain-sensing wipers, heated/ventilated front and rear seats, 8-way power-adjustability and memory settings for both front seats, power-adjustable steering column with memory settings, a head-up display, tri-zone automatic climate control, intelligent parking assistance, digital rearview mirror, ambient cabin lighting, Active Sound Control, powered rear window shade, manual rear side window shades, and a rear touchscreen for seat heat/ventilation/climate/rear shade/audio controls. Limited trim may also be ordered with chrome-finished 20-inch alloy wheels ($1,120). And the option of Hydro Blue premium paint is exclusive to this model. Along with the usual 3-year/36,000-mile new-car warranty, Toyota also covers fuel cell components with an 8-year/100,000-mile warranty and the battery pack for 10 years/150,000 miles.
As well as all the mandatory safety features, including eight airbags, the new Mirai comes with Smart Stop Technology that allows the brakes to be the overriding factor if a driver inadvertently presses both pedals at the same time. The Mirai is also one of the few new Toyotas to receive the latest set of standard driver assistance features, known collectively as Safety Sense 2.5+. This includes a pre-collision system with automatic emergency braking, low-light pedestrian detection, daytime cyclist detection, and intersection assistance. Plus lane departure alert with active steering assistance, sway warning and road edge detection, adaptive cruise control, lane-tracing assistance (adjusts the steering to keep the car in the center of marked lanes), road sign recognition, and automatic high beams. Active Cornering Assist applies subtle braking to the inside rear wheel, helping the Mirai tackle corners as effectively as possible. Intelligent Parking Assist is a self-parking feature. And the Digital Rearview Mirror can flip between a conventional mirror or show a clearer, wide-angle LCD view behind from a rear-facing camera. It can also brighten the image at night or lower glare. Safety Connect — featuring roadside assistance, automatic collision notification, and stolen vehicle location — is another standard feature.
2022 Toyota Mirai vs the competition
2021 Honda Clarity Fuel Cell— Available only on lease to California residents. Range is 360 miles. High-quality interior and $15,000-worth of hydrogen is part of the deal.
2021 Hyundai Nexo— A hydrogen-fueled compact crossover offered in California. Range is 380 miles. Starts at around $60,000, with $13,000-worth of fuel.
2021 Tesla Model 3 — An all-electric vehicle with rechargeable batteries. So not a direct Mirai rival, but a zero-emissions vehicle that’s also available in so many more places. Maximum range is 353 miles and the Model 3 starts at around $40,000. Updated for 2021.
2021 Hyundai Kona Electric — Another all-electric vehicle, this time in subcompact crossover form and with a starting price in the region of $38,000. Range is 258 miles. This is a great little machine and is available on both coasts
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