2017 Bolt with 35K+ miles.
Recently, regen braking in L doesn't work for the first couple miles...sometimes further.
I live on a hill and first drive of the day, down the hill to the first and second stops, driving in L, releasing the accelerator pedal does not engage the regen slow down and I have to use brakes. Chevy dealer service department says the battery has to achieve a certain temperature before regen braking works. I spent the night in Eastern Washington, temp was 20 degrees and regen braking worked just as it should. I don't buy the "certain temperature" diagnosis. Need some help here. I will reach end of warranty by the end of next week. Is this particular service department uninformed?