Why is the battery in the Toyota GT86 so small?

It appears that Toyota will change the battery in some instances in this model.

Standard is supposedly a 45A which they replace with a 65A.

Asked on 9 January 2016 by groaver

Answered by Honest John
Seems that the post-production Thatcham alarm/immobiliser fitted sometimes causes a draindown.
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