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There are some all makes all models coolants that may meet those requirements. You will need to take your time and read the labels to make sure thy do. Otherwise it is pretty easy to swing by the parts department at your local dealership and pick up a gallon. I'm pretty sure you gan get it premixed and you will find that it is fairly priced and you know it is correct for your vehicle.
PS this is common with many new model vehicles. There are currently 8 or 9 different coolants offered by the vehicle manufacturers. It is almost impossible to keep them straight!
Ps. Running your vehicle out of gas is not the dealers fault. They only sold you the vehicle, it's your responsibility to keep gas in it and give it the maintenance it requires!
The low voltage accessory battery and high voltage hybrid drive battery are in the trunk area. If hit from behind the hybrid battery may have been damaged. The high voltage battery is the one that actually starts the car. This battery is too high voltage for a normal person to check. Call the dealer so they can get in the shop to fix with the right kind safety procedures.