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2017 Toyota Mirai near Othello

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2017 Toyota Mirai near Othello

The 2017 Toyota Mirai near Othello is Toyota’s first fuel-cell vehicle that runs solely on hydrogen, and water is its only emissions. Not only is the Toyota Mirai innovative, this four passenger mid-sized sedan is reliable and efficient, and has a 312 EPA-rated miles per tank and takes approximately five minutes to refuel.


Design Features of the 2017 Mirai near Othello

The aerodynamic styling of the 2017 Toyota Mirai near Othello includes LED headlamps with auto high-beam, wide-angle fog lamps, front and rear parking sonar, and dynamic radar cruise control. The Toyota Mirai also comes with 17-inch engraved allow wheels, blind spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, heated outside power-folding mirrors, and the convenient touch sensor lock/unlock door handles.

Inside the Toyota Mirai you’ll find features like a heated power tilt and telescoping steering wheel with multifunction controls, a Premium audio system with JBL and Entune app suite and navigation, intelligent touch controls for both audio and climate control, eight-way power-heated SofTex seats with power lumbar, and acoustic noise-reducing glass for not only the front windshield, but also the driver-side and front-passenger-side windows.


Capabilities of the 2017 Toyota Mirai

When you pump hydrogen into the 2017 Toyota Mirai, it travels to carbon-fiber reinforced fuel tanks to be stored, which is where it gets its power from rather than from gasoline or electric charging. Then the FCV’s front intake grill delivers air from the outside to the fuel cell stack, which then makes electricity. Hydrogen travels from the tanks to the fuel cell stack, which then goes through a chemical reaction involving the oxygen in the air, and creates electricity which powers the Mirai. Next, when you step on the gas pedal, electricity from the fuel cell stack gets released to the motor. The only by-product being used to create electricity with the hydrogen and oxygen is water, which exits the Mirai through its tailpipe.

When Toyota designed the Mirai, they had safety as their primary objective. The tanks have been designed to not leak, and to prevent hydrogen from traveling to potentially impaired systems outside of the tank, the system will automatically shut the tank’s hydrogen output valve. To help ensure leaked hydrogen from being built up, all hydrogen-related parts are located outside the cabin.

To obtain more information on the 2017 Toyota Mirai near Othello, contact Bud Clary Toyota of Moses Lake by calling 509-765-4517 or by visiting our dealership which is located at 12056 North Frontage Rd. East, in Moses Lake. We offer great deals on new and used Toyota vehicles as well as maintenance and repair services, some get in touch with our friendly sales team today!

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