Demystifying EV Battery Health and Valuation

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For nearly 100 years, anchored by Kelley Blue Book and Manheim, Cox Automotive’s ecosystem of unmatched wholesale and consumer marketplaces has served as the source of truth on the condition and value of used cars for dealers and consumers. This leadership now extends to electric vehicles, with Cox Automotive’s commitment to educating and preparing OEMs, dealers, lenders, insurers, and consumers for the electric transportation future. The goal? To drive confidence with VIN-specific “State of Health” condition and valuations for EVs to enable the efficient exchange of vehicles between buyers and sellers.

In this new webinar, our team partnered with Automotive News to discuss the research, insights and regulations impacting the evolution of EV battery health and valuation, and the automotive industry’s responsibility to enable a closed-loop ecosystem with practices that enable the extension of EV battery first lives and end-of-life reuse and recycling.

Watch the webinar to get the latest on battery health and valuation:

  • Gain a clear picture of the best approach to assessing battery health – not a one-size-fits-all approach.
  • Understand the importance of EV battery health to consumers and fleet operators who buy vehicles, dealers who service them, OEMs who produce and warranty them, and end-of-life players who recycle and reuse them.
  • Learn about various EV battery storage, logistics, diagnostics, repair and remanufacturing services being conducted at Cox Automotive’s global EV battery service facilities and select Manheim operating locations.

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About Cox Automotive

Cox Automotive is the world’s largest automotive services and technology provider. Fueled by the largest breadth of first-party data fed by 2.3 billion online interactions a year, Cox Automotive tailors leading solutions for car shoppers, auto manufacturers, dealers, lenders and fleets. The company has 29,000+ employees on five continents and a portfolio of industry-leading brands that include Autotrader®, Kelley Blue Book®, Manheim®, vAuto®, Dealertrack®, NextGear Capital™, CentralDispatch® and FleetNet America®. Cox Automotive is a subsidiary of Cox Enterprises Inc., a privately-owned, Atlanta-based company with $22 billion in annual revenue. Visit coxautoinc.com or connect via @CoxAutomotive on X, CoxAutoInc  on Facebook or Cox-Automotive-Inc on LinkedIn.