Now that I own, and drive a PIP I find my real world experience to be quite different from what the EPA put on their sticker. I see this information being spread all over the WWW, especially on the green car sites, It also gets commented on, and discussed by people that have never seen, let alone driven the vehicle. The EPA says 6 miles pure EV range; I get 14 or better, with zero gas. The EPA says 11 EV miles when itâ€™s blended with the ICE assist, not so, I still get 14 MPG or better. The ICE runs so little, when needed, you hardly know itâ€™s on. As for the 50-MPG in hybrid mode, wow they actually got one right, but driven carefully, I have seen 65 MPG. Toyota has built one great piece of technology; it drives like a dream. Most of the reviews Iâ€™ve read over the past year were based on the pre production PIP, and they just didnâ€™t give the correct impression of what has been accomplished with this car. I have always driven one of the big three (maybe they should have been named Larry, Moe, and Curly, by the way they preformed), but Iâ€™m so glad I can now drive a new PIP. The EPA never got the Numbers right for the big three either, except in their case they erred in over estimating mileage. Iâ€™m Glad to see 14 the mpg gone forever, or as the EPA said 21.