I leased a Toyota Murai yesterday for ~400/month that includes gap insurance and tax. As others have mentioned, there are several incentives - a 5k CA rebate (hopefully it is still available - I'll be applying for it), and a 15k fuel card that Toyota provides. From a financial perspective, it makes a lot of sense, especially as long as the state and Uncle Sam subsidize alternate fuel vehicles. I estimate I'll use probably 30k of it. Hydrogen fuel is expensive, and currently, there is only 1 fuel station in SanDiego where I live. Keeping my fingers crossed that it doesn't shut down or I'll be stuck with an expensive paper-weight. From a ride perspective, it drives well, and has most modern safety features. Unfortunately no heads up display. It was an impulse buy, and in hindsight, I wish I had tried out the Honda Clarity FCV which is a true 5 seater.
After looking to replace VW TDI that's part of emissions lawsuit with a car that's truly eco-friendly, I settled on the Mirai and leased one on Friday, 12/9/16. The current lease deal of $349/month + tax required just shy of $5,000 in total drive off which is entirely covered by the CA clean air rebate program which currently still has funds available for fiscal year 2016-2017. The $15,000 card that Toyota includes with the lease to cover hydrogen refueling should be about twice as much as I'll ultimately spend (note that insurance costs more for the Mirai than my VW so some of the monthly fuel savings is eaten up by that). I don't want to pay cost for electricity/charging an EV at work and being able to get ~300 mile range by fueling in 5-10 minutes was a lot more appealing to me than going BEV route, even if hydrogen fueling stations are fairly spare (although should get better in 2017). In terms of the actual driving experience it's a lot more fun to drive than a Prius or the new Prius Prime (which I had initially put down a $500 deposit). It accelerates quickly, has a really nice interior and the exterior look has also grown on me. I think we can all take concrete actions to help limit climate change and supporting the development of fuel cell vehicles and infrastructure is one way to do that. A few days in this has been a cool and easy to operate car that's been fun to drive! Definitely recommended!!
Have had the car for a week and am really surprised by the performance, the ride, and how quiet the interior is. Fueling was easy, but if Toyota wasn't paying for the fuel it would have been $58 for 3.5kg of hydrogen. There is virtually no storage space except a small glove compartment and the door slots for bottles. The center console has the wireless phone charger which is handy but eliminates storage for a few things. But that not withstanding it is an outstanding and solidly built car.
I have been driving 2017 Model for a week. It looks great. It is fun to drive and good MPG between 50 to 70 miles per 1KG of hydrogen. On the downside, hydrogen stations are still limited and only available in California. Hydrogen is also expensive though Toyota offers free hydrogen for three years. So, the only option is lease.