You can probably just compare % range loss, regardless of US/EU. You should see the similar % losses, regardless of the drive cycle used for range calculation.
I wouldn't look at non-85's, since smaller batteries may be more stressed/more loss, and larger (specifically the 90's) use a different chemistry.
I can't really compare range loss even on my 85S because i bought it used and don't know what typical range it had when new.
But the link AustinP posted already helped a lot and gave the general idea.