EV Battery Health & Valuation: Navigating a New Frontier

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On the latest episode of Automotive News’ “In the Driver’s Seat” series, Amy Mills, Cox Automotive EVP and chief strategy officer, shares her expertise on how you can buy, sell, evaluate and appraise EVs with complete confidence. 

During the interview, we cover critical topics on EV battery health and valuation, where you’ll be able to:

  • 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.