Guys, After a long time i'm posting on this forum. As usual my problem is making me post over here. Been offline from this family over a long period of time. My car just had a few minor issues like Door lock problem, window windor problem which obviously needed replacement. Apart from that a few cleaning of all the filters and brakes too.Also needed to replace all the belts as preventive service. Removed time today and rushed to Balaji. Reached at 10.15am. Opened the job card and after a short test drive my car was in the service bay. I must first start with the mechanics attitude. Very lousy and lazy. Busy with cellfones and chitchatting with each other. After half an hour they start working on my car. The mechanic started with rear brakes cleaning. After completing the rear brakes cleaning, he gets back to chitchatting and his cellphone. On asking him why aren't you cleaning the front brakes. His reply was "Sir front brake cleaning is not needed, it cleans itself as it rotates" OMG :-D I was like WTF!! I got back to the adviser and blasted him, to which he went back and showed the jobcard to the mechanic. He started his work then. After cleaning the front brakes it was lunch time then. Wasted approx 2.5hrs to clean all four brakes!! When the time came to change the belt, as usual these guys don't have the parts and need to order. They don't have a windor for replacement. When I questioned the advisor about the lack of parts his answer was "Sir these parts are not required daily so we don't stock them". I didn't argue much and checked out after paying the bill which was 1172/- with taxes. The moment I exit and start towards home a weird problem crops up. As i push the clutch down to change the gear, the revs increase slightly. Its was really annoying and had to go back. I didn't have this issue when I gave my car for the repairs. An idiot technician tells me "Sir this is normal and ignore it and concentrate on the road" I gave him some piece of mind to which he replies "Sir i've been driving for 10yrs and have more experience than you" to which I replied "Boss you might be having 10yrs of experience driving sh*t but you don't have as much experience as me driving this car" He kept his trap shut post this but didn't acknowledge the problem. I requested for the same technician again who drove my car in the morning. He gave me the same crap for sometime but after some short drives and driving another linea he acknowledged that I was right. Now the solution was to clean the throttle body. I just ignored them cause their quote was really out of this world, and got out from there. Im just relying on our tech experts here for the solutions. My humble opinion?? STAY AWAY!! Balaji Autoworld a big NO NO NO. They believe in replacement only rather than finding the appropriate solution or repairing the part.