I took my younger sister's 2019 Mazda 3 Maxx Sport in for it's 30,000 KM service just recently at a Western Sydney Mazda service centre. Left the car at the service centre and 1 hour before I was supposed to collect it I received a phone call from the service centre telling me that they strongly recommend a wheel alignment as it is off significantly and were asking me if they can perform it for $88.
I have literally just got my wheel alignment done exactly 2 months before from Kmart MyCar. I told Mazda to not perform the wheel alignment and to provide me the wheel alignment report and that I will take it to MyCar and they can fix it under their workmanship guarantee as the wheel alignment should not be off that much in just 2 months (1000 km driven).
Today I went to MyCar and showed them the recommendation and report. The mechanic tells me that the Mazda 3 has a solid rear axle and that wheel alignment can't be performed on the back wheels. He stated the 2mm on the front is perfectly fine and claims that the 8mm on the rear axle as seen on the report is normal and was puzzled as to why Mazda tried to charge me for it because I don't need it.
Hoping someone with more knowledge can chime in on this.Also if I should make any complaints, bit of a nuisance that I had to drive 20 mins to my closest MyCar to be told that what I was told was nonsense.