Good Evening to All, When I get a new vehicle I like to calculate how much fuel is left in the tank when the low fuel indicator comes on. On most vehicles my experience indicates approx. 1-2 gallons. Knowing this figure helps prevent an out of gas situation in a remote area or at a time when stations are closed. Sooo, on the way home from work this evening, the low fuel light flashes. I figure I've got about 40 miles to go to get to my home town gas station where prices are low. Well, I run out of gas on the Interstate after only 25 miles! Was on cruise control doing 65mph, Master warning light on dash comes on, the high temp coolant light comes on the MFD, and speed drops to a steady 53mph. 6 Bars of energy took me about 2 miles at 53 mph, then up an off ramp at about 25 mph, and then barely moving with 2 Bars (purple by the way) at about 5 mph into a gas station that was a 1/4 mile off the ramp. After receiving some fuel, engine started right away, back onto the Interstate. A few miles later the warning lights go out, and after about 10 miles I'm back to 6 Bars. Hopefully no damage done. Lesson Learned, get gas RIGHT AWAY when low fuel flashes! PS: Have had car 2 weeks, driven a little over 1000 miles and have averaged 47-49 mpg for the first 2 tanks. Very satisfied, best of class quality. I am learning new hybrid driving techniques each day. Looking forward to averaging 55 mph back and forth to work. 70/30 mix of Interstate and rural/city streets. 50 mile trip each way. Would like to hear if others have had similar experience running out of gas. Regards, Dave .