The 2019 Toyota Mirai is a hydrogen-powered sedan sold in very small numbers in Northern and Southern California and Hawaii.
It’s only available around refueling stations and does not run on any other type of fuel besides hydrogen. Good lease deals can be found in those areas, otherwise the 2019 Mirai is prohibitively expensive. Its lease price and included fuel costs are the best looking part of the car.
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