To all the dumb posts on here about vehicle fires and think that only electric vehicles are so dangerous , think again .
Sensible enough. I'm interested too.It's been made clear that any vehicle can catch fire, but I'm only interested in any investigations as to why the PacHy has caught fire, since I own one now, and will have another whenever it's built.
Just a thought. The combustion of gasoline vapors is probably more ‘spontaneous’ than the combustion/self destruction of a Li-ion battery when it goes into thermal runaway. My guess is that in most cases you’d have enough time to evacuate the vehicle. I have actually witnessed the intentionally induced thermal runaway of a small Li-ion battery. It’s definitely not slow but...My concern is the spontaneous fire from lithium battery vs combustion engine. You don't have time too exit the car. I wish we will have update on cause. Not sure they are caused by the battery.
From what I’ve read here, Chrysler did have a recall related to a situation that could have caused fires. Of course the cause must be identified before you do a recall.the point here is not WHO getting fire. WHAT DID THE MANUFACTURER DO TO SOLVE OR PREVENT FIRE ?
HONDA RESPONDED with recall. what did CHRYSLER do ?