I would not be concerned if it’s a new vehicle. Modern cars/trucks that have elaborate electronics and monitoring draw current to maintain all of the memories when the vehicle is off. If the vehicle is not run to charge the battery for a long while it can draw down the reserve.
I have 4 vehicles for 2 drivers. I used to have a 5 series BMW sedan that if I parked it for more than a month it would give me a battery depleted warning until it had been driven enough to recharge the battery. Even when the battery had very little age on it. The car just had so much technology on it. Car dealerships have to jump off cars frequently when they sit for months at a time.