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2017 Toyota Mirai Hydrogen Lease for $349 per month w/ $2499 down (CA Only)

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Toyota [toyota.com] has 2017 Toyota Mirai Hydrogen Fuel Cell for lease @ $349 per month for 36 months $2499 due at signing.
  • 3 Years' worth of complimentary fuel
  • $5,000 CA rebate
  • 12,000-mile limit
  • 312 EPA-rated miles per tank
  • 5 Minutes to refuel
  • 0 Emissions
  • CA white HOV carpool sticker
  • Toyota Care
    • Standard no-cost service
    • roadside assistance
  • 24/7 customer call support
* Excludes official fees, taxes, and dealer charges.
No security deposit required.

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Request Your Mirai [toyota.com]

Comes in 5 Colors:
  • Atmospheric Blue Metallic
  • Nautical Blue Metallic
  • Crystal White
  • Elemental Silver
  • Celestial Black

Extremely discounted since Toyota is paying for your gas + CA rebate.

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Created 12-01-2016 at 12:43 AM by User2013686
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You don't get to keep the CA rebate if you lease correct?
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Yes u do but u don't keep the tax rebate
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You don't get to keep the CA rebate if you lease correct?
You keep the CA Rebate, but the dealership gets the Federal Rebate. If it's similar to the electric car that I lease, you'll get the CA rebate in a month when you submit.
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Where do you get the fuel?
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Where do you get the fuel?
https://ssl.toyota.com/mirai/stations.html
Takes 5 minutes to fuel up, and Toyota strategically placed fuel stations so you can drive from San Diego to San Francisco or vise-versa.
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Does it need insurance?
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This car is close to being free since Toyota is paying for your gas + CA rebate.
$12,564 (349 x 36)
+ 2,499

= ~ $15,000 ( or more if any other fees + tax)

- $5000 rebate
- ~2,000 worth of gas ( ~50 MPG (compared to Prius) at $3 a gallon, 36k miles)

= No Where close to free
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You don't get to keep the CA rebate if you lease correct?
If your lease is for more than 30 months, you get to keep it if I'm reading the requirements correctly: https://cleanvehiclerebate.org/en...guidelines

The cost of the 3 lease is a hair over 15k (2,499 down + 349*36). This ignores fees.
Take away 5k from the rebate and its still $10k.
If we assume that you'll drive the full 36k miles, your car that your replacing gets 25mpg, and the average cost of gas is $2.50 over the next 3 years, then your gas savings would be $3.6k (36,000/25*$2.50).
This brings the net cost of the lease down to $6.4k if my math is correct.
Not close to free, but definitely less than what it would otherwise be.
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12k mile limit. Not cool.
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biggest inconvenience besides the price tag is lack of stations. still better than batteries. hydrogen fuel cell is definitely the future of EV as battery technology has slowed down
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Quote from KingUltra
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$12,564 (349 x 36)
+ 2,499

= ~ $15,000 ( or more if any other fees + tax)

- $5000 rebate
- ~2,000 worth of gas ( ~50 MPG (compared to Prius) at $3 a gallon, 36k miles)

= No Where close to free
​I changed my wording. When you include all those incentives, it is a steal for this car being a $60,000 vehicle.
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biggest inconvenience besides the price tag is lack of stations. still better than batteries. hydrogen fuel cell is definitely the future of EV as battery technology has slowed down
Definitely? Why?
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Quote from KingUltra
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$12,564 (349 x 36)
+ 2,499

= ~ $15,000 ( or more if any other fees + tax)

- $5000 rebate
- ~2,000 worth of gas ( ~50 MPG (compared to Prius) at $3 a gallon, 36k miles)

= No Where close to free
Nice breakdown! This is my thought process anytime friends or relatives tell me they're about to or are currently leasing a new vehicle or just purchased one. I understand people want to splurge on themselves but unless they're financially well off, they shouldn't even consider buying or leasing any cars.

You can buy a reliable used Honda or Toyota from Craigslist for a few grand.. Not to mention that in reality, you'd be helping the environment more this way, rather than encouraging car manufacturers to continue using resources to create and ship these vehicles. /rant
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You can buy a reliable used Honda or Toyota from Craigslist for a few grand.. Not to mention that in reality, you'd be helping the environment more this way, rather than encouraging car manufacturers to continue using resources to create and ship these vehicles. /rant
In California an reliable vehicle is>$10k on craigslist. And the reason for buying a new car from a maker like toyota is that in all likelihood you'll have a trouble-free experience for 5 or 6 years at least. Not to mention safety features not available on older cars.
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