2019 Toyota Mirai | Stevenson Hendrick Toyota

2019 Mirai

In a world where we cannot depend on fossil fuels anymore, we need to look at alternatives. Well, Toyota has a special something for us. Don't be a mistake, we aren’t talking about the Prius. We're about to deal with the lesser known but equally brilliant Toyota Mirai. The 2019 Toyota Mira is a hydrogen-powered sedan that’s sold in small numbers and at very few locations across the US, namely, Northern and Southern California and Hawaii. But that has nothing to do with the fact that this is an excellent vehicle.

The Mirai is a humble buy That gets you from point A to B smoothly. It’ not too flashy and neither is it a head-turner. But that’s exactly what makes it unique. It’s the perfect medium of transportation in the true sense of the word. It’s for the smart, urban, environmentally-conscious millennial who believes in minimalist living. In other words, it’s the vehicle of the future. The 2019 Mirai offers a range of 312 miles, which is great and the only emission here is water. The “engine” is an electric motor that puts out around 153 horsepower. It’s powered by the energy produced via hydrogen compression with the front wheel drive. On the whole, it can easily transport two tons of weight with minimal effort. You can seat four adults with the utmost comfort, while an extra person can also manage to squeeze in. While four occupants are ideal, it is the perfect car for modern, nuclear families.

The Mirai comes with 17-inch wheels, synthetic leather upholstery, two USB ports, and a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system. As for safety, the 2019 Mirai hasn’t been tested yet. There have been no federal tests or any other safety examinations for that matter. So it would be difficult to give you an objective result. However, it’s a Toyota at the end of the day, which means you won’t be seeing any compromises in this area. We do know that the car comes with emergency braking, active lane control, and blind-spot detection. So these should keep you quite safe on the roads. Test drive the 2019 Mirai in Jacksonville at Stevenson-Hendrick Toyota today.

Source: Toyota