My Prius glides less efficiently than I thought it would. Some background: Our 2008 Chevy Malibu Hybrid was up on the lease this month, and I knew we wanted to do a Prius. So for the previous 3 or 4 months I've been pouring over the videos and threads about pulse and glide. I was practicing P&G in the Malibu and was getting about 30-ish MPG city, which I thought was pretty decent because it's only rated for 22. We got our Prius a few weeks ago, and while I love it, I'm really having trouble with the glide. It just slows down really quickly. I'm honestly a bit disappointed because the Malibu would seem glide a lot easier without losing much speed. I thought the Prius would up the ante because it was a full hybrid and had such a low coeffcient of drag, but I'm really finding the only way I can glide without losing speed quickly is when I'm going down a moderate hill or giving it extra gas. I'm gliding by taking my foot off the gas and gently applying pressure to keep the HSI bar out of the regen zone, but little if nothing into the EV zone. I don't think I'm doing that part wrong because the Malibu had VERY aggressive regen, so I'm pretty used to feathering the gas to get to the glide. My MPG is decent so far (around 50 MPG), and I know that it will go up as we break in the engine, but I just really expected a better glide. Is losing a Kilometer per second or two normal on a flat stretch while gliding? Will it get better when the engine breaks in over time? Did I just have unrealistic expectations because the Malibu never shuts off the engine and thus was probably helping to push even during its glide? (which I'm not sure if it does or not).