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Anyone using “Recurrent” website service AI for used EV insights

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Just found AI company called Recurrent that seems to be a mixed bag for an EV owner. If you signup that track your EVs battery performance and when you go to trade in, It claims to use AI TO prove the health of youR EV battery as it will influence the value of your vehicle.

I certainly would use there service to learn about the Volts long term reliability and use it to verify a vehicle I wanted to purchase. I doubt I would allow them to track my VIN

interested on thoughts of anyone who has signed up.

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I’ve used their battery reporting and yes, I don’t think it’s designed for the charge programming of the Volt as opposed to full battery usage EV’s. It’s too bad that they can’t take into account the charge parameters of the Volt; it wouldn’t be that hard to do.

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Agree and given that they are marketing their service as AI driven predictive modeling they need to at least understand the vehicles they are issuing predictions on. Have any of the Volt users contacted them to determine if they take the Volts more narrow allowable min and max SOC into account?
I haven’t yet but will try

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It gives you a rough idea of how your battery is performing compared to an average given the age of the battery. As noted I wish it would recognize the buffering of the Volt battery.

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