2016 Toyota Mirai Long-Term Road Test - Cargo Space
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2016 Toyota Mirai Long-Term Road Test

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2016 Toyota Mirai: How Much Room Do You Need?

by Michael Massey, Vehicle Testing Assistant on November 2, 2016

2016 Toyota Mirai

I popped the trunk on our 2016 Toyota Mirai for the first time before driving three friends to a reality-show dinner party. What I saw concerned me. There's a bump in the cargo floor due to the rear hydrogen tank and battery, which are stacked on top of each other.

It didn't look like there was much space left over.

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2016 Toyota Mirai: Trunk Is Larger Than It Looks

by Scott Oldham, Editor in Chief on April 21, 2016

2016 Toyota Mirai

In our complete review of the fuel-cell powered 2016 Toyota Mirai we wrote, "Because the car was designed from the start to be a fuel-cell vehicle, the bulky fuel tanks and battery don't intrude much into either cabin or trunk space. The Mirai's trunk isn't as large as that of most conventional cars its size, but it's still roomy enough to handle typical chores like grocery shopping or runs to Target."

Poppycock, I thought, as I opened the decklid to our newly received silver long-term Mirai. I took one look at the Mirai's trunk space, and thought, "There's no way I'm getting four wheels in there."

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2016 Toyota Mirai: Set of Golf Clubs Fits in the Trunk

by Ed Hellwig, Executive Editor on April 11, 2016

2016 Toyota Mirai

There are so many aspects of our 2016 Toyota Mirai that are unusual. Thankfully, the trunk isn't one of them. Sure, it's not as big as it could be thanks to the twin tanks of compressed hydrogen hiding underneath the floor, but as you can see there's still more than enough room for a standard set of golf clubs.

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2016 Toyota Mirai: Introduction

by Dan Edmunds, Director of Vehicle Testing on April 8, 2016

2016 Toyota Mirai

With sales starting late last year, the 2016 Toyota Mirai qualifies as the first fuel cell hybrid electric vehicle (FCHEV) available for public sale in North America. That's a big deal. The technology has been simmering in the background for a couple of decades, but Toyota has now reached the point where it feels comfortable selling it outright.

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