The Toyota Prius is the more mainstream hybrid alternative to the fuel-cell Mirai, but it doesn’t look all that much more mainstream.
For those who’d rather plug in, there’s a Prius Prime that allows 25 all-electric miles, but the Tesla Model 3 and Tesla’s Supercharger network is looking a lot more desirable than the Prius nowadays.
Back on the fuel-cell track, if you’re within range of a hydrogen station the Hyundai Nexo and Honda Clarity Fuel Cell should be two models to consider.
The Nexo looks and feels like a modern, comfortable crossover, and has the versatility for cargo that the Mirai lacks; meanwhile the Clarity Fuel Cell has a plush, luxurious ride and drives like a rather responsive luxury car.
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#17 in Mid-Size Cars
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|52 MPG City / 53 MPG Hwy|
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|N/A||Sedan||Blue FWD||L Eco (GS)||Standard Range Plus RWD|
|N/A||Front Wheel Drive||Front Wheel Drive||Front Wheel Drive||Rear Wheel Drive|
|N/A||CVT w/OD||Automatic||CVT w/OD||Automatic|
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