Toyota’s 2021 Mirai Will Cost Less Than Its Previous Model
As the year ends, the California-only fuel sedan will a price drop down when the new model hits on the market.
Price drop down is not new in the market but between Toyota’s 2021 Mirai hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle and the 2020 model is a bit surprising because of the huge gap of price drop down. The 2021 Toyota Mirai starts at $50,455, while the 2020 Mirai costs $59,455 which is a $9000 gap but there is a limited trim level
It has a moon roof, 19-inch black aluminum wheels , rain-sensing wipers, heated and ventilated front and rear seats, three climate zones, a parking assistant, and a host of other standard features. It will be probably longer, wider and lower at at 195.8 inches (4,973 mm), 74.2 inches (1,885 mm), and 57.8 inches (1,468 mm), respectively.
The drastic modifications continue in the cabin where there is an 8-inch digital instrument cluster, a 12.3-inch infotainment system and an attracting dashboard design.
Buying a hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle might not be in an option to some due to to the lack of nationwide infrastructure, so Toyota has a starting lease price of $499 for the XLE and $549 for the Limited trim level.
As of now, that infrastructure is practically limited to California. In the event that enough fueling stations open up in different states, Toyota will probably sell the vehicle in those areas, however for the time being, it’s a California-only sedan. The 2021 Mirai is required to go marked down in the not so distant future.
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