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As far as hydrogen fuel cell cars go, this is the nicest driving one we’ve tested so far, and its lower list price compared with a Hyundai Nexo goes a long way to making it a viable option. However, it's not as practical as most of its luxury cars rivals, even the plug-in BMW 5 Series, and a limited hydrogen refuelling network will hamper the usability of the Mirai for some, no matter how normal it feels to drive.
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Entry-level Design Mirai has 19in alloys, dual-zone climate control, automatic lights and wipers, heated front seats, a DAB radio and power-folding door mirrors. It has enough kit to make it our preferred choice.
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