I remember reading "somewhere" that the Insight shuts off the fuel supply to the engine during braking to further reduce fuel consumption/emissions and to help in slowing the car. Can anyone verify this? Also, I am wondering if fuel is also shut off during deceleration (before applying the brakes). If fuel is in deed shut off, at what point does this occur? - On a slightly different topic, does anyone know if the fuel injectors deliver fuel directly to the cylinders (inside of the combustion chamber), or is fuel injected into the intake manifold just prior to the intake valve (outside of the combustion chamber)? Some posters have mentioned a problem with their Insights not being able to "cruise" with light gas pedal pressure. Their Insights accelerate and decelerate fine, but they "jerk" with light pedal pressure. I suspect that the fuel injectors may be slightly dirty, but am only speculating.