So, we picked up my wife's 2008 1.5 in September and it had about 187 Ideal Miles in Standard Mode and around 240 in Range Mode (don't remember exactly how much.). She's been pretty much driving it on a daily 60 mile roundtrip and plugging in and charging overnight. Since we got it in September it was (until I started fiddling with it last week) at 171 Ideal Miles in Standard Mode. So, I asked the Service Center if there is something that can be done, so I did as they suggested and did two days of Range Mode charging and drawing the battery down to between 20-30% SOC (thanks to OVMS it's pretty good with that.) I actually overshot the charge the first day (down to 10%) and was pretty good the second day (around 20%). And then per a suggestion in my blog comments from MPT, I plugged it in on Storage mode overnight and drew the battery back down to 21% SOC (OVMS again) until I charged it at Standard mode last night. This morning, my wife had 174 miles in Standard mode... I'm wondering whether or not the capacity loss is "real" or "perceived" and the other thing that I was suggested to do was have her plug in every other day. (Or at least in storage mode overnight in-between full-standard charges.) It's getting hotter, so the car and it's loud fan racket will start draining more in the heat of the garage. Any suggestions? It's a bit of a hassle either way, not sure how to react to a range loss from 15 miles to 12 miles of loss in less than a year from CPO is "normal" or not. Just thought to post OVMS values (I probably should update my blog with this information too) Values from October 2013, when I first started to use OVMS. Standard - Charging Done SOC: 96% Ideal Range: 183 mi Est. Range: 173 mi ODO: 3,578.8 mi CAC: 154.38 Values from today overnight charged in Standard mode and 174 miles (the CAC value is the same from the evening before it started to charge.) (unfortunately after my wife drove about 30 miles) Not charging SOC: 82% Ideal Range: 147 mi Est. Range: 144 mi ODO: 10,901.2 mi CAC: 145.44. Thoughts?