New 2022 ToyotaMirai XLE Sedan

    Located at
    Toyota Santa Monica
    Location Details
      Exterior Color
      Heavy Metal
      Interior Color
      Black
      Transmission
      Automatic
      Drivetrain
      Rear-Wheel Drive
      Engine
      0
      VIN
      JTDAAAAA2NA006138
      Stock Number
      N119AO38
      Toyota Mirai

      Detailed Specifications

      • 5-Passenger Seating
      • Auto Fold, Heated Exterior Mirrors w/
      • Dual-Zone Climate Control
      • Heated, Power Front Seats
      • Premium Audio - 12.3-in Touchscreen,
      • SofTex-Trimmed Seats
      • Wireless Smartphone Charger
      • 19-in Aluminum Alloy Wheels
      • Bi-Beam LED Headlights
      • Hydrogen Storage w/ 3-Tanks
      • LED DRLs and Taillights
      • Toyota Fuel Cell System (TFCS)
      • Zero Emissions Vehicle
      • Blind Spot Monitor w/ Rear Cross
      • Electric Parking Brake
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      • Safety & Remote Connect w/ 1-Year Trial
      • Tire Repair Kit
      • Toyota Safety Sense 2.5+: Pre-Collision

      Dealer Notes

      01l5/Heavy Metal 2022 Toyota Mirai XLE RWD 1-Speed Automatic AC Synchronous Electric Motor

      76/71 City/Highway MPG

      KBB.com Consumer Reviews

      Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
      Overall3.7Out of 5
      • Fantastic Vehicle but beware of infrastructure

        By Joe Surfdog on Tuesday, November 16, 2021

        5.0
        I have an XLE. I'm comparing to the Gen1 2018 model I had previously. The incentives on this car are amazing and tilted towards purchasing it (at least near the end of 2021). Compared to the Gen1, there's really no comparison in terms of the way this car drives, accelerates and the styling. In power mode, this car really accelerates much faster than the claimed time. It's not a Tesla in that regard, but there's much more than ample acceleration available. It's a beautiful vehicle, has superb handling, and an amazing luxury car ride-- quiet, tight, rattle free and excellent build quality. A few problems are the trunk is extremely small for the vehicle size, the rear seats aren't as comfortable as Gen1, and the driver interface is a bit clunky and seems to lack the performance information (e.g., MPGe record) of the Gen1. Complaints you hear about the infrastructure are real. Especially, in the Bay area, fueling stations are extremely unreliable and one burp in the supply chain can take down stations at the snap of a finger. I purchased this one in hopes that the new Las Vegas H2 plant expected to come on line in Q2 2022 will improve the situation. I'm hopeful that FCEV take on a much needed niche as we transition away from ICE vehicles. 5 minutes to fuel with nearly a 400 mile range may be possible eventually with EVs, but it's already happening with FCEVs as long as you can find a working station without a line of cars. For me, that's not a problem as I live within 12 miles of 7 stations, and have a flexible schedule. So I'm not subject to the long lines and frustrations of my fellow trailblazers. Just do your homework before buying or leasing to make sure the limited and unreliable infrastructure can fit your lifestyle.
      • My Mirai

        By SS on Tuesday, October 19, 2021

        4.0
        Great car, next generation technology , full featured , great lease deals. Free fuel, no cost maintenance, govt rebates and carpool lane access Biggest issue get H2 on a regular basis.
      • Better Than Expected

        By JoeC on Saturday, October 23, 2021

        5.0
        I've had the car now for 6 months and have put in almost 5000 miles. It's the best car I've ever had. The ride and comfort are outstanding and there is plenty of power on hand when you need it. The zero to 60 times are misleading and it's closer to mid's 7 than the reported 9.2 seconds. Sound system is amazing and touch screen is responsive and large. I have the limited edition, which claims 357 miles on a full tank, I get about 300 miles, but turning off the climate control I can get it to 320 miles. Fueling is fast depending on how depleted you are, anywhere from 3-5 minutes to full. After reading my complaints about fueling and no fuel, it really depends on how proactive you are in monitoring your fueling stations. There are issues with pumps not working, stations out of fuel, but most are resolved within hours or a day, so as long as you don't wait until the last minute to fuel up you will be fine. I make it a habit to start looking at my nearest stations once I get down to 100 miles, which takes me about a 1 week and a half before I need to start thinking about adding fuel. In addition, maintenance is covered for the first 3 three years and hydrogen is covered for the first $15,000, not to mention 21 days of free car rental through Toyota if you need to travel outside of available fueling stations. I believe there are around 48 stations and it will increase to about 100 in the next year and a half. This is a great commuter car if you are driving about 30 miles a day. I've saved a lot of money not having to put gas or charge my car at home. They have some great incentives on them to lower your cost of ownership. Lastly, they are also cheaper to insure than Teslas, another saving and money back into my pocket.

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