Today was the day of the annual check. I was interested to get the current battery capacity, and they found it to me: 35,0 Ah.
(24/7/2015 - 81748 km - 35,0 Ah).
The last measurement was 6/3/2014 - 61821 km - 36,4 Ah. So, now that I'm keeping my batteries cold, loss of capacity is approximately 2% an year.
. Feel like moved to Canada or Norway.
Percent Capacity Loss = (Initial Capacity - Final Capacity)/(Initial Capacity) x 100%
(36.4 Ah - 35.0 Ah)/(36.4 Ah) x 100% = 3.8%
From the 2012 MITSUBISHI "i" SERVICE MANUAL
"If replacing the traction battery, reset the traction battery capacity information and the control information…(7) If the value, item No. 23: Battery current capacity, satisfies 45.0 − 48.0 Ah, go to the step 10."
A new battery should have a battery current capacity between 45.0 Ah and 48.0 Ah.
Malm has approximately 75% (35.0 Ah/46.5Ah x 100%) of new battery capacity after a little over 50,000 miles.
The procedure for the dealer to check battery capacity is here:viewtopic.php?f=23&t=1789&p=19803#p19803