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2021+ Reduced Regen over the Past few weeks

I am wondering if anyone else has noticed reduced regen on their Palladium Model S lately? I have over 17,000 miles on my 2022 and have noticed that I can no longer easily one-pedal drive the car, especially when driving down a hill. I live at the top of a hill and never in the past had to use the brake pedal at all, but now I have to use the brake pedal due to what feels like reduced regen. It has nothing to do with battery/SOC level, it is the same regardless, so I know that is not the issue.

Anyone else have this experience?
Not a model S, I have a model 3 AWD, but I've been feeling like we have less regen too this summer. At highway speeds it seems similar to before but in city driving if feels less powerful and I use my brake pedal more. The max regen value in ScanMyTesla is the same but the way it's used seems different. Not a setting, I'm still on "normal" regen. I hope it's a mistake and they set it back up...
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