Where is Autonation Corporate office Headquarters

Autonation Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 200 SW 1st Ave, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301, USA
  • Phone Number: 954-769-6000
  • Fax Number: 954-769-6537
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Number of Employees: 27,000
  • Established: 1991
  • Founder: Wayne Huizenga
  • Key People: Michael J. Jackson (Chairman of the Board, CEO & President)

Autonation Headquarters Location & Directions

Autonation Headquarters Executive Team



Michael J. Jackson

Chairman of the Board, CEO & President

Cheryl Scully Miller

Executive VP & CFO

Lance Iserman

Executive VP of Sales & COO

About Autonation, History and Headquarters Information


Autonation was established in the year 1996. The company has been operational for around 23 years now. The founder of the company was H Wayne Huizenga. During that time, the founder of the company became chairman of the board of directors. During the year 1997, the company started acquiring various other companies like Spirit Rent-A-Car, National Car Rental, Value Rent-A-Car, etcetera. In the year 1998, the company launched its own first IPO or Initial Public Offering and became a public limited company. During the year 2006, more emphasis was given on luxurious cars orders like BMW and Lexus, and less on brands like Gord and General Motors. By the year 2011, the company sold over 8 million vehicles in the USA. As of the year 2017, 11 million vehicles are currently sold.

Headquarters Info

The headquarters of the company is based in 200 SW 1st Avenue. The place name is Fort Lauderdale, with the state name being Florida. The pin code of the area is 33301.


Autonation is an American company that focuses on establishing automotive retail chains all around the USA, in order to sell various domestic, imported and also luxury cars to its customers. The company has currently more than 371 stores established all over the USA. The current CEO, chairman and president of the company is Mike Jackson. As of the year 2017, the total revenue generated by the company was more than $21,500 million. It has its presence in 15 different USA states and also deals with 32 different car brands as well. The number of employees working at the company is more than 26,000.


The primary services provided by Autonation is the selling and providing of new vehicles to the customers, from a choice of 32 different car brands. These car brands are either domestic companies or from abroad. You can get a budget as well as luxury cars as well. It also provides various services and products related to automobiles, including repair and maintenance services.

Autonation ​Corporate Office Photos

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  • Janice Taylor says:

    I purchased my car at this location Feb. 13 2020. I immediately set up auto pay; My first payment was due March 22 . I sat up an appointment on April 20th to have it serviced; the check engine light was on. The service advisor said they did not have the right tools to check the car but felt it was a sensor with the gas cap and reset the car so that the check engine light would go off. I called because the light and other warning lights came on (check engine, visit workshop, low fuel (when the car was on 1/2 tank). My scheduled appointment was 4/28 and the car started smoking and all the functions stopped. I ended having to tow the car to the shop. The Service Advisor called to tell me I needed to buy a battery so they could test the car because the battery was no good. I only had the car less than 60 days . My question why would the battery be bad; I just purchased the car. He called again to say the car had a bad pump and something else but it was not under warranty. The sales rep who sold me the warranty told me any major functional things with the car would be covered. They kept the car because I had no money to fix the car and still pay car payments. Today is May 13, 2020 and I have heard from no one. The Service Advisor, Customer Service, management….no one. The Service at the location is horrible . To reset a check engine light code and send me on my way is insane. The car blew up with smoke and they said I needed to pay to have it fixed. Had they pay attention to the codes /warnings the car might have lasted. Resetting the codes was misdiagnosed. I am devastated that they expect me to pay a car not for a car I can’t drive. They are so unprofessional. No one has called me since 4/28th. . My phone number is 713-443-8817 The dealership: AutoNation USA Kathy 15625 Katy Fwy, Houston, TX 77094

  • Mark says:

    If you think Autonation treats their Customers bad you should try working for them. Their flat rate employees have been deemed essential “expendable” so they are being forced to go to empty shops and stand around with nothing to do and not being paid so that Autonation can avoid paying Unemployment. They have been told that they will be denied for unemployment and that they can have minimum wage if they stay. These are highly trained loyal technicians who Have to buy tens of thousands of dollars worth of their own tools and are used to making 30- 40 dollars an hour.

  • GI says:

    Plz STOP the 12 hour days in your parts department! I would like to eat dinner with my spouse before 8:00 pm and his kids would like to see him at sports events.

  • Jean says:

    I am having a HORRIBLE time communicating with Auto Nation’s claim department. They are nothing but rude and short with me. My issue is ongoing since beginning of winter. They have dragged out my appeal for months and still can’t seem to give me some honest feedback.
    I don’t know who else to talk to and it’s very frustrating.

  • Jeff Potter says:

    I have been shopping online for a used vehicle for a couple of weeks now and came across a 2014 Ford Escape at your AutoNation website. I sent an inquiry via email and was contacted the next day at about noon by a young lady named Dakota Filipiak. She asked if I was interested in coming by for a test drive. I folder her we would like that and I would call her back in a few minutes to confirm. I called her back, we arranged to be there in about 90 minutes as it was a fair drive to an area we don’t normally go. She assured me at that time that she would have the car pulled around front and ready to test drive.
    While on our way, at approximately 1:10 PM I received a call from Jose Rivera inquiring if we were still coming. We told him we were still about 30 minutes out but on the way. Again assured the vehicle would be out front and ready for us to drive.

    When we arrived and found Dakota, her and Jose told us they could not find the keys but were still looking, but in the mean time was there another vehicles we might be interested in. Right there I smelled the old ‘bait and switch’ routine and should have left immediately. We were told by Jose that when they find the keys they can drive it to our house and yada yada yada. So my wife asked if we could at least look at it. They both looked a little worried at that point but said “Sure, it’s way in the back’ and seeing that my wife has trouble walking and uses a cane he told Dakota to pull a car around and take us back to look at it. About 10 minutes later we were informed that it has a bad transmission and they’re not able to show it, while holding a piece of paper with stock numbers of other vehicles.
    Well what a load of crap!
    I was later told by Dakota via text message that she was sorry and never could find the vehicle. Y’all really need to work on keeping your lies straight.

    If even one of those excuses were true then you have a serious problem with the ability keep track of a vehicle/keys but I believe the ad was an attempt at bait and switch. A really tired old trick that I thought had gone away with disco but no, still practiced at AutoNation I see.
    By the way, the ad is still up on various websites.

    It was hard enough talking my wife into going to look at a vehicle, she is very worried about this virus situation, so thanks again for causing us to travel that distance unnecessarily. There was ample time to contact us in advance and let us know the vehicle did not actually exist, but getting someone in the door is far more important than integrity with your sales manager. Instead he let us drive 45 minutes each way, lied, insulted my intelligence and proved to me that AutoNation is not the place to buy my next car. But, congratulations, you got a potential customer in the door.

    I was ready to buy a vehicle that day, I’m tired of looking and had the sales manager paid any attention, he would have noticed me looking at the new Ford EcoStar. In fact the last three times I took my wife used car shopping we ended up buying a new vehicle. I have an appointment with another Ford dealer tomorrow to look at a used Escape and possible a new EcoStar. And you can bet that if I am treated the same way there I will walk.
    With the economy the way it is I would suspect businesses appreciate paying customers. Your business practices prove that I am sadly mistaken.

  • Tom Tagliabue says:

    Can you please direct me to where I can submit a request for one or more of the Auto Nation dealerships in Corpus Christi, TX to sponsor PRIDE 2020? I dropped off information at the dealerships and was told the request would go to corporate offices in Florida.

  • Valeri Ziegler says:

    I had a positive purchasing experience, however, after a few weeks I realized the car needed a new transmission. I called the Automation Dealership I purchased it from and was told to bring it in. I live 1 hour away, so it’s not very convenient. (yes, it was my choice to purchase at this distance not realizing it would be an issue). The car was surging at 2RPMs and not getting the gas mileage as it should. I brought it in, on a Saturday, in less than 2 hours they came back and said there were no error codes. I’m at a Chevrolet dealership (Autonation) and my car is a Toyota. I was told their Toyota guy would be here on Monday, they would consult him and call me on Monday. Late in the day, no call. I called the Service Dept. I was told to bring it in again the next Saturday and they would give me a loaner car. I bring in my car and get a loaner. The following week, Monday, Tuesday passes, no call. I call THEM on Wednesday. It needs a new transmission. I ask if they have one available. “yes” So once they get approval to for the transmission they can install it. NOT TRUE! The processes are very screwed up. They should have obtained approval for the replacement between the time I brought it in the first time then they could have had the approval by the time I brought it in the second time. BUT NO! I get a loaner and three weeks later, I still do not have my car!! Each week I have to call THEM!!! Replacing a transmission should take 1-2 days. 3 weeks later, I STILL don’t have my car!!! I was told by the end of week 3, I would have it. GUESS WHAT? Today, I get a call, my car is not ready! I ask why? They guy keeps getting pulled off my car to work on other cars. THAT is not good processes. It makes no sense to drag this on for 3 weeks. Have “the guy” work on my car for 1 to 2 days solid, then release him to work on other cars. Very screwed up processes. I AM SO UPSET. I WANT MY CAR BACK. I do not recommend purchasing from Autonation. Makes sense why the local Chevrolet and Mercedes dealerships are no longer associated with Autonation.

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  • Randy Bigham says:

    Saturday my fiancee and I went to Autonation Buick GMC Park Meadows at 8101 Parkway Drive in Lone Tree Colorado to look at a specific vehicle that we saw posted online for sale. Our Sales person Vladimir was fantastic and helped us a lot. We liked the vehicle and were ready to buy. We even came with all our current paystubs and recent W2’s so we would have all the needed items to buy. We had received the first set of numbers on what the monthly payment would be and were discussing different options. During the middle of the paperwork another sales person came of and got the keys from our salesman. We asked what was going on. He told us that another couple that had looked at the same car way before got there had come back and now they were interested in it as well. At this time everything changed towards us and we could not longer get much info from finace as what was going on. We waited patiently for about an hour. Then all the sudden things changed and the original figures were not longer available to us and we were now told we needed to have $6,600 down. We were made to feel that we were not good enough to even be in your dealership. When we finally got the finance manager over to talk to us he stated that Capital One was requiring that. Come one we know the game and we know that you deal with MANY lenders and finance companies. We were left to feel like we were too much work to close a deal with and everything was being done to push us away so they could sell the vehicle to the other couple. We had money in hand, paperwork in order and treated like SHIT. When I tried to ask questions to the finance manager he just talked over me. Finally he stop and said he’d listen and at this point he had belittled us and made us feel so bad that we told him there was nothing more to say and we were done. H SLAMMED the paper work done on the desk and yell at us that he was done to and he stomped off. No thank you for coming in. No sorry we couldn’t make a deal. NOT A GOD DAMN THING. When I asked who his boss was as I wanted to tell him about this experience I was not the name or a way of contacting them. With car sales declining and dealership struggling, this is how you do business? I do not see a good future for you all.

    Needless to say we will NEVER EVER return to your dealership and we are posting reviews on how we were treated on various sites. And I turely hope what comes around goes around.

  • Trisco Williams says:

    I am Trisco Williams a customer of your Houston North Collision Center. Today I am writing you in regards to the service I have received from this location. I dropped off my vehicle with this location on 12/18/2019. At the time I was advised by the advisor that my vehicle will be completed in 3 weeks which would’ve been the week of January 10,2020. I gave the dealership a call and was advised mid next week which would’ve been 01/15/2020. So on 01/21/2020 I paid the dealership a visit. I was taken outside to be shown my car which was still completely broken down. Looked like no work had been completed. And at that time I expressed my frustration and was advised the car would be ready by today. Well today I received a call around 1:45pm stating yet again my vehicle will not be ready today 01/24/2020. I was advised the door fell quality control due to the paint, and I can expect to receive my car around the middle of next week. As a customer I am very frustrated. My car has been with the facility a month and 9 days. And I am continuously getting the run arounds, and this is not very customer friendly. Based on the reviews online for this location. I as a customer should’ve took my vehicle else where. I have spoke with the manager Kevin at this location several times to get the same answers received from the advisor. I really feel this location is under staffed and could utilize additional assistances. According to the manager they’re full staffed. I am continuously paying a car payment and insurance on a car I am not utilizing which is unfair to a consumer. I have also reached out to the Better Business Bureau regarding this concern.

    If you could please be an assistances with this concern it would be greatly appreciated.

    Location: AutoNation Collision Center North Houston at 325 Farm 1960 Rd. E Houston, Texas 77073.

  • Clifton Amis says:

    The problem date was 8/29/19, purchase date 4/27/19, MN purchase date 4/27/19, MN InfinityQ70, ON, AN, Sales Rep Antnoine Price, PA 506.00, PM Debit payment
    I visited the facility because the tire pressure light was visible. I spoke with Mr. Price of the agreement that I had with Anderson the Sales Manager that one rim would me repaired.
    Price took the vehicle to detail department and when he returns all four rims were wet with some unknown substance. When I wiped the rims a discoloration appeared.
    Price was called to examine the rims and he immediately took it back to detail. When Price return all the were damage and one of the rim was damaged more than the other three. Price and I went to his office, he called the rim specialist and a 9:00 am appointment was made. I was there for the appointment and the car was taken to be repaired. All the rims were damaged but Price stated he could only afford to fix one and the other rims would be my responsibility. The one rim was fixed but I was not pleased with how it was repaired. Price stated he had done all he could do, so I took my compliant to the Danny Anderson.
    I asked Anderson to observed the repair and he refused in an unprofessional manner, stating he would not do any thing to resolve this issue. I asked to speak to the General Manager Jeff Smith and while I explaining the situation Anderson continue to interrupt interjecting his negative comments on why he believe I was not to have my rims properly repaired to my satisfaction. Both men refuse to even take a visual inspection and I was nothing would be done.
    I feel like the problem was not was resolved and customer service was deplorable and I was did not treated in a customer friendly manner.

  • Bill says:

    Where and how do I file a complaint?

    • Dennis Henderson says:

      Bill my name is Dennis Henderson. My 2015 Ram 3500 has been at AutoNation Dodge Chrysler Jeep in Katy Texas for 19 days to replace an alternator and a fuse board. I was told by a very rude and sarcastic Service Manager because I did not have an appointment I could expect no less service. Sir I am in the Horse business. My truck to a very valuable tool for me. I need some help. General Manager at the dealership passes me on. I need this problem address and some type of escalation taken place. I have left two messages to two very nice people at your concierge service. But no response Please help me with this matter. Thanks in advance !

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