If you want to talk about recall avoidance, Toyota. They're notorious for not copping to recall stuff until the media damage is inescapable.
Chrysler is currently in the process of having a full run of Mopar hitches manufactured. Problem is, it takes time to set the line toolings back up and get production going at a usable pace. It takes around a year to set up a production plant just to do final assembly on a car, and it can take several years to get all the parts into production. So it'll be a few months yet before the hitches are available.
As far as underbody fires, I'm not worried. I'll just borrow my uncle's Isuzu.
1997 Grand Cherokee Orvis Edition - 82,000 miles
Those tow hooks aren't there for me. They're there for the XJs.