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2022 Lexus NX450h+ Version L
16,000kms | CVT | 2500cc | Hydrogen
$89,590 or $376 Wkly
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2017 Toyota Mirai
13,442kms | Automatic | 1000cc | Hydrogen
$24,490 or $117 Wkly
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2022 Toyota Mirai
58,201kms | Automatic | 1000cc | Hydrogen
$43,290 or $205 Wkly
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2020 Toyota Mirai
1,667kms | Automatic | 1000cc | Hydrogen
$51,950 or $246 Wkly
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2021 Toyota Mirai
8,569kms | Automatic | 1000cc | Hydrogen
$46,690 or $221 Wkly
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2021 Toyota Mirai
40,379kms | Automatic | 1000cc | Hydrogen
$45,250 or $215 Wkly
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2021 Toyota Mirai
32,100kms | Automatic | 1000cc | Hydrogen
$47,990 or $227 Wkly
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2015 Toyota Mirai
12,110kms | Automatic | 1000cc | Hydrogen
$20,990 or $100 Wkly
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2021 Toyota Mirai
62,803kms | Automatic | 1000cc | Hydrogen
$43,290 or $205 Wkly
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2017 Toyota Mirai
30,172kms | Automatic | 1000cc | Hydrogen
$26,390 or $126 Wkly
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2019 Toyota Mirai
19,200kms | Automatic | 56cc | Hydrogen
$18,850 or $90 Wkly
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2022 Toyota Mirai
30,311kms | Automatic | 1000cc | Hydrogen
$42,450 or $201 Wkly
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2018 Toyota Mirai
Reduced by $1,700
19,700kms | Automatic | 1000cc | Hydrogen
$22,190 or $106 Wkly
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2016 Toyota Mirai
25,888kms | Automatic | 1000cc | Hydrogen
$18,350 or $88 Wkly
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2020 Toyota Mirai
11,000kms | Automatic | 1000cc | Hydrogen
$31,250 or $149 Wkly
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2020 Toyota Mirai
9,800kms | Automatic | 1000cc | Hydrogen
$31,250 or $149 Wkly
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2015 Toyota Mirai
45,000kms | Automatic | 56cc | Hydrogen
$18,890 or $90 Wkly

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Hydrogen Cars

Hydrogen cars, also known as fuel cell vehicles, are a promising alternative to gasoline-powered cars. They run on electricity produced by the chemical reaction between hydrogen and oxygen in the fuel cell stack. This reaction only produces water vapor as a byproduct, making it an environmentally friendly option.

New Zealand is one of the countries that has embraced this technology and is working towards reducing its carbon emissions through increased use of clean energy. There are currently no commercially available hydrogen refueling stations in New Zealand but it is anticipated that they will be installed in Auckland and other parts of the country in the near future.

Hydrogen cars have several advantages over conventional gasoline-powered cars. They have longer driving ranges, lower greenhouse gas emissions and can be refueled quickly, just like conventional gasoline-powered cars. Moreover, since New Zealand relies on renewable energy sources for most of its electricity production, using hydrogen to power cars would further reduce carbon emissions.

On the downside, however, there are some challenges that need to be addressed before hydrogen vehicles become widespread. Firstly, they are expensive to produce due to their advanced technology and require more resources than traditional petrol-powered vehicles. Additionally, there is still a lack of infrastructure including refuelling stations and repair shops which makes owning one less practical for some.

Despite these limitations, many major car manufacturers such as Toyota, Hyundai and Honda have already developed hydrogen car models and introduced them into different markets around the world. This shows that hydrogen technology is a promising way forward for cleaner transportation.

In summary, hydrogen cars represent an environmentally-friendly transportation solution with numerous advantages for New Zealand drivers; particularly because of their high efficiency at long-range driving compared with electric vehicles which suffer range anxiety on NZ's large road network distances . Although there remain some obstacles associated with cost-effectiveness and lack of infrastructure support options - major advancements have been made towards integrating this technology into mainstream markets so motorists can reap both economic benefits while also contributing to a healthier environment.

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