Lexus HS 250h can travel on battery only for 2-3 miles (that's all?)

"Chief Engineer Hiro Koba says the HS 250h can travel on battery power, alone, for two or three miles (3.2-4.8 km), depending on the battery’s state of charge and the grade of the road."
http://wardsauto.com/testdrive/lexus_hs_good_090603 /
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I.E. mostly down hill? LOL
"Chief Engineer Hiro Koba says the HS 250h can travel on battery power, alone, for two or three miles (3.2-4.8 km), depending on the battery’s state of charge and the grade of the road."
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Japanese cars look rubbish and all the rest make the Merkin cars look rubbish. If Chrysler couldn't succeed with a giant like Daimler behind it, I can't see it doing any better with one of the most unreliable European brands (Fiat).
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