I'm sure you like the nimbleness of the iA, being lighter than the Mazda 3 and probably having a better power to weight ratio... making it more zippy.I have a 2014 Mazda 3 and a 2016 Scion IA that both do the same thing. It will go away once the engine is nice and warm.
Good to know, that should save some owners on here a lot of running around and having to figure out things.I went to dealer for a chat and talked to guys in shop. they said nothing to worry about. takes a bit to warm up. similar to temp being low on cold day. he said after 5 mins of driving it should shut off. two days in a row after 4 or five mins. it just shuts off. he said i can't hurt anything by driving it like that. its just how the sensors are.