Where is Jeep Corporate office Headquarters

Jeep Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 6100 Telegraph Rd, Toledo, OH 43612, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 419-476-0761
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: N/A
  • Established: 1943
  • Founder: N/A
  • Key People: Michael Manley (CEO of Jeep division)

Jeep Headquarters Location & Directions

Jeep Headquarters Executive Team



Dave Jones

Team Leader

Michael Manley


Bradley Clark

Vice President

About Jeep, History and Headquarters Information


Jeep was founded in the year 1943. The company has been operational for almost 76 years now. The company has been a part of Chrysler, since the year 1987, when Chrysler had acquired the company and also all of its assets as well. Before the year 1940, the word 'Jeep' was used as a US Army term for referring to vehicles or new recruits. During World War II, when a light military vehicle with 4x4 driving mechanics went into production, the vehicle came to be known as Jeep. These 4x4 vehicles in the current world are known as SUVs. The Jeep had become the primary light vehicle of the US Army and also the Allies during World War II. This trend also continued in the post-war period as well.

In the year 1945, the company had launched the first type of consumer type of Jeeps, known as CJ or Civilian Jeep. The CJ was replaced by the Jeep Wrangler, and it has been in production since the year 1986. The Jeep Wrangler has been a very central vehicle to the identity of the company, just like what rear engine was to the Porsche 911. For three decades, two Jeep models enjoyed their success, namely - the CJ-5 and also the SJ Wagoneer. Also, the word 'jeep' in lower case letters is used to refer to vehicles that are made to run on rough terrains, which is similar to the primary Jeep vehicles manufactured by the company itself. In the year 2008, the company had sold almost 500,000 vehicles, which was increased to nearly 1.4 million units, in the year 2016. The vehicles under the Jeep branding has been made around the world with the help of various other companies as well, like Mahindra in India, EBRO in Spain, while other companies in South America. In Japan, Jeep models are manufactured by Mitsubishi. The headquarters of the company is based in 6100 Telegraph Road. The name of the place is Toledo, while the name of the state is Ohio, USA. The pin code of the area is 43612.


Jeep is an American company that focuses on the designing and manufacturing of various kinds of automobiles, mainly SUVs, for its customers all over the world. The company is currently a subsidiary of the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. The current president of the company is Christian Meunier. As of the year 2016, the company has sold over 1.4 million Jeep vehicles. The company has more than 2,400 dealerships in the USA only. The current worth of the company is estimated at between $22 billion to $33.5 billion.


The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to purchase rough terrain vehicles, like SUVs or Jeeps, manufactured, designed and sold by the company itself. The company mainly aims in the production of luxury vehicles as well as sports utility vehicles too.

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  • Ed Smith says:

    Been driving a Wrangler for 10 years now and will be selling it due to your support for that drunk, leftist, America hating asshole that just beat a DUI charge and was not charged for refusing the breathalizer. Go woke, go broke.

  • Veronica says:

    We have/had a lifetime powertrain warranty that according to Chrysler (Modesto Ca) was terminated because we apparently missed a five year powertrain inspection. We were never notified of this requirement to retain our warranty. It is not listed in the vehicle manual, our Max Care Wrap warranty contract, Vehicle purchase contract, Max Care Wrap sales brochure, nor is it listed on any receipts from the various visits we made to the dealership’s service department.
    Additionally, we would like to mention we have ALL of the aforementioned document originals in our possession, and have read them thoroughly, for which we have not yet found the ‘required inspections’ for every five years. When we completed the first 5 year ‘required’ inspection on 17SEP12, we were told by the dealership service department it was needed and we were lead to believe it was a one-time requirement, that we successfully completed and in our perspective it was a ‘one and done’ requirement. In short, we were never notified of this apparent continued ‘requirement’ and if Chrysler believes otherwise I would like to see the proof of this notification in writing that includes mine and/or my husband’s signatures and that speaks specifically to the condition of our LPTW requiring vehicle owners to bring their vehicle in to an authorized dealer for a powertrain inspection once every 5 years within a specific 60 day window.

    In addition on 08MAR17 Central Valley Chrysler Automotive performed a 27 point inspection and repair to my transmission, at which time if doing their jobs properly, would have performed a Powertrain inspection in that 27 point inspection and with such close proximity should meet this apparent inspection requirement in any affect.

    What your Chrysler and your dealership is doing is unethical. I was sold a lifetime Max Care Wrap warranty that included the powertrain. In my contract the conditions to end the contract have not occurred, we are the original owners of the vehicle and we have not died.

    I would like to have have our lifetime warranty re-instated, please advise on how we can get this completed.

    Thank you

  • Sonja Bennett-Hall says:

    Marc Ray:

    I am reaching out to you as a parent of a customer, my daughter, college student, first time car purchase, whom Sales Representative Dakota initially interacted with her while walking into Autopark Chrysler Jeep; 400 Auto Park Boulevard, Cary, NC. My daughter went in looking for a Jeep Renegade which was advertised online, but was unfortunately sold prior to arriving. My suggestion to Dakota was that my daughter be placed into a compact vehicle due to her lack of driving experience and that she just received her Lerner Permit only two weeks ago, and did not drive well yet. He then asked for my drivers license and saying outside of the dealership that “no one has to know…” Meaning that she only had a remit and just started driving. He then gave my daughter keys to the Blue Sonic that was on the lot to test drive. After we returned, he then gives her the keys to a Red Jeep Renegade which was on the lot. After allowing my daughter to speak with Dakota for a while I was sitting in my vehicle waiting, Dakota then comes out and says he needed my car insurance information. I said to him at that time that he was not conducting business with me to ask for my information. At this time, I still had no idea what was transpiring and why my daughter was being held up so long on the inside of the dealership if only paperwork was being written up for the price of the Sonic if she was to get anything. A few moments later, Dakota comes out and I’m asking what’s going on. He then comes over to my vehicle to say a Jeep Renegade was coming from Capital Blvd. Dealership within an hour. Because I had other obligations, I left my daughter at the dealership thinking that she was in the best of care with a reputable salesman, which was after 3:00 pm. The next thing I know, my daughter shows up at home approximately 6:00 pm with a 2017 Jeep Renegade which she was driven home because Dakota suggested that they drive her home. I told him immediately that the Jeep Renegade was to large for her to handle the moment I saw it and that she had never driven on an interstate, which was the only way to get back home. Anyway, the lack of integrity comes in because the vehicle was listed at $17,052 when she left the dealership it was $29,342.16. The more I talked with my daughter by asking questions, she never saw the vehicle until it arrived at the dealership and Dakota told her that it was time to go. This vehicle had NOT been thoroughly detailed nor cleared. It also had a fresh scratch on the driver side almost rear of the vehicle which she never saw because she only received a ride home not inspecting the vehicle. Continuing to ask questions, I found out that the finance manager told her that she had to go through them to finance the vehicle. My daughter says that she wanted her credit union to finance and they again told her that she had to go through them. As of yesterday morning, I spoke with the General Manager, Koy and demanded that they return to my home and pick the Jeep up which they did because thaey took complete advantage of a kid that did not no what she was walking into. The same way Dakota asked for my insurance information and to say a Jeep was coming to the location, he could have very well completely filled me in. Although I am reaching out to you via email, I will also file a formal complaint with the Better Business Bureau as well as my local New Media Consumer Investigation Team. Hopefully this same thing will not happen to another consumer if it has not happened prior to my daughter.
    (Sent the above on June 10, 2020)

    Thank you again for responding to me. My daughter did follow up and has been following up with the dealership to no avail getting any cooperation. Now that she has returned the vehicle and has taken her $1800 no one wants to speak to her or says they’re available to do so, not even the general manager! This calls for an immediate intervention either through headquarters or our local news investigative team.
    (This is today)

  • Thomas says:

    2014 Jeep Latitude fueling problems..you people have lied so much about this problem. TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOUR PRODUCT!

  • Faith says:

    I am horrified by the deception used on me by the Nielson-Dodge dealership in Livingston, NJ.

  • Gary Kyle says:

    I have owned jeep products for the last ten years and all my vehicles have been great until my current purchase of my 2019 Sahara Unlimited. I have taken it back to York Dodge a couple of time now and they have turned it over to FCA. The jeep has a terrible steering problem, at 50mph+ you have a 3inch play in the steering causing the jeep to wander to the point of over correcting the steering constantly. I am afraid for my family and myself on the highway. There has been a lot of talk on the web regarding this issue. It seems pretty clear there is an issue with the steering box. I hope FCA has a fix soon for this defect as I would love to keep my Jeep!

  • Greg Jemison says:

    My wife has a 2009 Jeep commander. Bring back the commander. She wants to keep it but having second thoughts after it took the dealership 4 days to find a starter. Where is the best place to find replacement parts

  • Pamela Monday says:

    I want to give a big shout out to Jeep and say thank you. Thank you for a quality product and for putting safety first in your vehicles. We are a 4 Jeep family and committed to this brand. My daughter was in a very bad accident on Tuesday and because of the quality and safety of the jeep product she walked Way with just bruises. The engine compartment was disintegrated and the entire front of the car gone, but she walked Away. She was told that she should not have walked away from this accident. She drove a Jeep Compass. She has vowed to get another Jeep. I want to say thank you, as a mom I know she is safe when she drives your vehicles.

  • Areatha A Jones says:

    Dear Mr. Bradley Clark and Mr. Michael Manley,

    I would like to tell you how horrible your Jeep company is. After buying my brand new Jeep Compass, which I was extremely exciting to finally being purchasing, I received a letter welcoming me to the family. I was so excited to be apart the Jeep family until a found out it was a dysfunctional nightmare of a family.

    If I could rate this company a -zero it wouldn’t be a low enough score. This company has destroyed my dream of being a Jeep owner by not only failing to fix my car, but returning it back to me in worst shape, not just once, not just twice, but over 6 times. I hate Jeep, the brand and the company. I would never buy or recommend you to my worst enemy, unless it was one of your Jeep corporate people.

    After I called your corporate office in Auburn Hills, Michigan, I was hung up on by one of your reps. I simply asked why I couldn’t get a return phone call after I asked what was the company going to do about my vehicle, and the shape that they keep returning it to me in.

    I have been completely patient and have approach this in the most positive way from the being, but still not relief. No help at all. If this is how the Jeep Corporation treats family, then please, please, release me from being apart of it.

    All I wanted was to own a Jeep, one that works like you advertised, one like you promised when you sold it to me, and one like you said when you sent me that so call welcome to the family letter.

    I paid for this car free and clear through my bank. I guess that’s why you won’t live up to you part of the deal of delivering me a vehicle that is fully operational.

  • Sandy says:

    I have been a very loyal customer of Jeep/Dodge for over 20 years. My last 2 Jeeps I paid cash. I buy a new vehicle every 3-5 years, because I don’t want to deal with the headaches of something breaking down. I only have 52,000 miles on this Jeep Wrangler and I have had to take it into the shop several times now. So disappointing. Now my radio does Not work and I have to pay $700 for a basic radio. I talked with Patricia from the corporate office and 2 times I had to ask if she was there. She said there is No loyalty. My Jeep is not that old and at the end of the year and I buying a new vehicle, however I can assure You I will Never buy a Jeep, Dodge or Chrysler again because of the way I was treated. So disrespectful. When you want my money it’s all smiles and what can I do for you. If there is a problem no one is there for you. In the last 20 years I have bought 6 vehicles from you and it seems to me the quality is NOT there any more. The customer service is lacking and as one employee stated to me you are only one person. You can not make nor break the company. Go somewhere else if you are Not happy….and so I shall 😀

  • Thomas Smith says:

    I recently purchased a 2015 Cherokee to flat tow behind my motor home.
    Reading some RV comments and was made aware of a problem called the Jeep “Death Wobble “. Apparently, 2014 to 2018 this can occur. Jeep has a fix called a harness that keeps the electric steering powered. On my trip from Florida to Montana on I55 crossing the bridge over The Mississippi River my Jeep experienced this “Death Wobble “ almost causing me to crash. I just spoke with the Jeep service in Great Falls, Montana and was told they were very familiar with this problem and the harness to correct it. They also said it’s up to the customer to pay for it.
    So if Jeep is aware of the problem, researched it and came up with the fix, but makes the customer pay for it I feel that’s wrong. Jeep advertises you can flat tow but doesn’t warn you of this problem why aren’t they responsible for the fix?

    • Sandy says:

      Jeep doesn’t care any more about the people. Only about the money. I had customer service tell me if you are not happy go somewhere else. I have been a loyal customer for over 20 years and I am taking her advice. I will Not buy a Chrysler, Jeep or Dodge product any more. Maybe if everyone united on this the company might consider the customer and the quality of their product. It’s sadly all about the $$$$$$$$$$$

  • Kim Johnson says:

    I regret buying jeep to ?

  • Kim Johnson says:

    Traded my Jeep Liberty for a renegade very disappointed and the air condition so does not work well at all not cooling enough ???‍♀️Very unhappy

  • frances says:

    I am planning on ordering a 2019 Jeep grand Cherokee limited in Sept. If that fails; how long can I still order a 2019?

  • Steve Sparks says:

    So much HYPE over the Jeep Pickup…. When are you going to do it? No, No, not this messed up extended jeep… I mean a REAL Pickup.. 2 DOORS and a LONG BED?? That is what is wanted!

  • richie b says:

    I waited almost five years for this pickup. the pictures were really nice. my first truck was a J10 1970. it went where other trucks had problems.Nice two door club cab very jeep looking, and you come out with a army looking thing. I think the original would have sold more.

  • B Dawn Dupre says:

    Dear Jeep People,
    I have purchased (ten)10 Nissan new cars, I have always wanted a Wrangler or Sahara or something Jeep but everyone always told me “it drives like a jeep” I was discouraged. but I now have a 2019 JEEP Latitude (I’m older) its soo cool, my favorite car ever. I actually showed up at 1 minute after closing and my salesman was amazing, he treated me like I mattered, he was professional (Denton Classic Jeep ) and this was the best car buying experience I have received in a very long time. I have about 2 more purchases in my lifetime and I’m going for the truck next. Thank you.

  • Edward Kovalchik says:

    I own a 2014 Jeep Patriot. In 2016 I had to replace the radio/navigation system. It is 2018 and low and behold same problem. Customer service said they cans do anything because of the age and mileage of vehicle. So ever two years I have to pay for a new system. What I want to know is what is the company going to do to correct this problem and how often has this happened. If nothing is done you have lost a customer and everyone else I talk to.

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