Part 1: I backed out of a parking space today, with the display (ECO mode) reading R at 2 mph. I then put it into drive -- and the display stayed as R at 2 mph. I was able to drive and brake properly, but the display did not change. It didn’t react to the up/down arrows on the steering wheel, nor the driving mode button. I pulled over, turned the vehicle off, and the display remained on, still stuck at R at 2 mph. I drove back to my work (very carefully), turned the vehicle off again, and the display still remained on as if I were going in R at 2 mph. I came back 15 minutes later to see if the display was still on; it had turned off, and when I started the vehicle, the display was back to normal. [Edit: battery is at 60% charge.] Has anyone else had this happen to them? Part 2: During those 15 minutes, I called the dealership where I bought the car -- and nobody in service answered. I called sales, and the person who answered said they’d transfer me to service, where I got someone’s voicemail. (It’s been a half hour, and nobody has called back yet.) I‘m not sure about this dealership -- the cost for an SEL was US$45K, which is one hell of a markup, and nobody there has even seen fit to call me and ask, “Hey, how do you like the car?” They’ve given no advice on how to get the tax credit paperwork, no advice on contacting the DMV for the carpool lane stickers, no nothing. Just silence. Having bought my previous car in 2005, I don’t have a lot of car-buying experience. Is this typical of dealers, and am I just overreacting?