2017 Toyota Mirai ratings and reviews

The 2017 Toyota Mirai isn't the most practical of vehicles, but some might argue it's the car of the future. The Mirai is powered by a hydrogen fuel cell, which turns hydrogen and oxygen into electricity. It produces water vapor as its only emission. The car can go for up to 300 miles between refuelings, and therein lies the catch. To use the vehicle, you need to be within the range of a fueling station. Hydrogen fill-ups are included as a standard, free feature for the first three years of ownership. To help drivers make the switch from gas-powered to hydrogen fuel cell powered vehicles, Toyota is also offering free Toyota Care Maintenance for the first three years of ownership, as well as a free loaner car for seven days out of the year. One neat feature of the 2017 Mirai is the Power Take-Off Unit, which converts the car into a generator capable of powering a typical home for up to a week.

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The 2017 Toyota Mirai isn't the most practical of vehicles, but some might argue it's the car of the future. The Mirai is powered by a hydrogen fuel cell, which turns hydrogen and oxygen into electricity. It produces water vapor as its only emission. The car can go for up to 300 miles between refuelings, and therein lies the catch. To use the vehicle, you need to be within the range of a fueling station. Hydrogen fill-ups are included as a standard, free feature for the first three years of ownership. To help drivers make the switch from gas-powered to hydrogen fuel cell powered vehicles, Toyota is also offering free Toyota Care Maintenance for the first three years of ownership, as well as a free loaner car for seven days out of the year. One neat feature of the 2017 Mirai is the Power Take-Off Unit, which converts the car into a generator capable of powering a typical home for up to a week.


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