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Old 20th May 2018, 19:02   #571
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Not sure if this has been shared before. Got this on whatsapp earlier today.

Tata Nexon catches fire. Owner is yet to get a proper answer from Tata.
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Old 22nd May 2018, 14:33   #572
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Not sure if this has been shared before. Got this on whatsapp earlier today.

Tata Nexon catches fire. Owner is yet to get a proper answer from Tata.
This is being discussed a bit here:

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/offici...ml#post4402816 (Tata Nexon : Official Review)
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Old 22nd May 2018, 16:19   #573
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There was an indica burnt near Lowry Institutions at KR Puram, Bangalore today at 15:30 hrs. This has caused a huge pileup at KR Puram. When I crossed this, there was a fire engine waiting at the side of the road and the flames were already put out. Do not know if there were any casualities.
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From today's Malayala Manorama newspaper : A Bolero Invader caught fire in Idukki, Kerala, leading to the sole occupant (the owner-driver) being burnt to death. One reason reported for the fire, is him having a can of diesel in the rear, which could've caught fire. But where did the fire start from or how ?
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Thanks to Surya Kiran for sharing via this Team-BHP page!

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One of my close family friends was a proud owner of the Vitara Brezza ZDI+. In June 2017, the car caught fire in his garage in Pune and got completely burnt. The eye witness of the incident saw the fire originating from the car and spreading to other items which include some valuables, a computer and a two wheeler kept in the same garage. Thanks to the fire fighters who managed to confine the fire within the garage. Seeing the picture you can imagine the extent of the fire. There was no electrical short circuit or any inflammable item inside the garage. The most likely cause of fire as per me and my friend is a technical fault in the car as he was staying inside a very restricted area without any trespassers. Similar kind of fire has occurred in a Vitara Brezza ZDI+ model in March 2017 in Ajmer.

The response from Maruti was very poor wherein the technical team came to investigate the fire after 13 days and without any instrument or sample collection named it as "external fire". Similar kind of answers were given in the Ajmer fire case too. He has appealed the same in the Consumer Court and hopes to get justice.
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Saw this car burning on Bangalore Airport road (towards airport). No casualty visible and no injured occupants too visible. I am guessing it had happened barely 20 mins after I had passed in that direction. I did see multiple ambulances either rushing towards the accident site or going towards Hebbal as I continued driving.

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