I purchased my 2017 Premier on 3 September 2019 with approx 62,000 miles. Torque Pro showed a battery capacity of 58ish kWh, which I determined to be acceptable for this vehicle. It was a prior Maven Gig vehicle, which I assume was given a very hard life. So there was a lost of about 8 miles on the range at 100 percent. The vehicle still showed the radio and power plant recall needed to be performed so I took it into the dealer. The recalls were performed, but now Torque shows 44.8 kWh of battery capacity. It has dropped from a 2 percent degradation to an approximately 25% degradation. I brought it up with the dealer and they said that it would need to be driven for everything to settle back in. I did not charge the battery fully prior to the recall, but has anyone else noticed the same behavior?