There's a long thread about it.
With hybrid, you get ride quality, instant torque and passing prowess. Crazy high mpg possible, if you plug in everyday. Better wear and tears on your drive system: oil, brakes, tires.
You lose all that you mentioned. The standard rim looks dorky, but more practical ie. save gas, less likely to get curbed. You lose vacuum cleaner.
You lose the stow and go, but they make it rather convenient to remove the 2nd row seats. There's a strap you can pull and detach the seats in all of 5 seconds. They weigh a good 50 - 70 lbs each though. Not as convenient, but passable especially since you usually carry either passengers or cargo at any given time. You can also remove one of the 2nd row seats for 3-4 seats configuration for carrying longer cargo like bicycles.
No idea why have advance return with no stow and go. If it's the 2nd row seat, may be used for access to the 3rd row?