Ya my friend's a Honda. Sure, I understand that logic. Which is why I'm here, asking if it's normal or something is very wrong. Brakes are very important to me, my life literally depends on it.
I'll point it out on my 1k servicing, just afraid that they'll write it off as normal for Mazdas or because its a new car thus havent break it.
If I ask them to bleed for me or full flush, will I be charged? I have 3 year or 60k free servicing.
Based on what you've shared so far, there's still no red flag that indicates for certain that something's wrong. So best to start eliminating possibilities. Try bedding in your brakes. Bleed or, better yet, flush your brake system. Get your system checked for leaks. And if after all that you still can't find a problem and your braking stays the same (doesn't fluctuate or, worse still, deteriorate), then perhaps you expect more from your brake system than it can provide, like me. In which case your only options will be to change car or upgrade your brakes. But we're not there yet, so one step at a time.
There's actually a good chance your pads still aren't bedded properly because your car is so new.
You should definitely flag it at your 1k servicing
tomorrow to ensure it's on record. Whether or not it's written off by your dealer as a no-issue usually depends on how much of a fuss you politely make. When it matters, I make one hell of a fuss until it's more worthwhile to give me what I want than to refuse me.
As for whether or not you'll be charged, it depends on your dealer and you. I would refuse to pay. If I felt my brand new car brakes can't make it, I'd demand a full flush for free and would bang table
until I got it. Cuz it my life and my family's. But it's your call.