- Report: #1060583
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Complaint Review: Kia Motors
Kia Motors Car exploded after only 7000 miles Internet
*Consumer Comment: Colateral Damage?
*Consumer Comment: A bit melodramatic isn't it?
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I purchased my 2011 kia optime gdi in feb. of 2011. it had 27 miles on it when i drove it home. i fell in love with that car the second i sat behind the wheel, couldnt wait to go to work every morning so i could drive it. On december 18 2011 i ran outside and started the car (push button) and ran back in the house for a total of 3 - 4 min. when my daughter and i were walking out the front door i noticed that the car was in a ball of flames. Fire department put out the fire, a week or so later Kia sent a company to my house to wrap the car in plastic and put it on a roll back to be inspected. We were informed they didnt know what had happened but they can say for sure it wasnt foul play. Had it not been frosty that day my daughter and i would have went and gotten in the car and drove away and the car would have exploded while we were sitting in it. god only knows what would have happened then ,. [continued below]....
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