2022 Toyota Mirai vs. Its Competition

2022 Toyota Mirai Limited
Bengt Halvorson Bengt Halvorson Senior Editor

The Hyundai Nexo is one of only two other hydrogen fuel-cell models offered for the U.S.

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It’s a crossover and goes 380 miles filled up with hydrogen, and like the Mirai its driving experience is quiet and almost luxurious.

The Honda Clarity Fuel Cell has a 360-mile range and, just like these others, feels more luxurious and refined than other Honda vehicles its size—which falls somewhere between the Civic and Accord.

Both are offered only in California, as the Mirai, and primarily through leasing.

If you want more flexibility but aren’t entirely convinced about plugging in, we’d recommend the Toyota Prius Prime, which has 25 all-electric miles and works as a hybrid for longer-distance driving.

The Tesla Model S is about the size of the Mirai on the outside and offers a different kind of future—a range of up to 405 miles, along with a steering yoke and revamped interface.

The Tesla Model 3 also feels like the future for its minimal interface and standout range and efficiency.

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The 2022 Toyota Mirai is an enticing and luxurious sedan—and a stylish technology outlier for those who want to flaunt the future. But make sure you’re OK being tethered to certain regions in California.
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The 2022 Toyota Prius is no longer at the technology leading edge, but it provides all the right numbers for cost-conscious commuters.
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The 2021 Honda Clarity lineup offers two quirky-looking ways to embrace the cleaner future—with all the comfort and features to forget that you’re treading lightly.
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The 2021 Tesla Model 3 remains unrivaled, as an impressive automotive amalgam of sport sedan, efficiency leader, and technology icon.
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