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Are Chrysler Cars Made in the USA?

Chrysler is a quintessential American auto brand. They were founded in 1925 as the Chrysler Corporation and have since changed to Chrysler Group, LLC, which encompasses Chrysler, Jeep, and Dodge.

For many years, Chrysler was the third-largest automaker in the United States. After drops in sales and buyouts, Italian owned Fiat SpA gained ownership of Chrysler and its subsidiaries. However, many of the assembly plants that were established in the United States have remained. How many of their vehicles are still made in the USA? Our verdict is below.

Verdict: Where are Chrysler Made?

Overall, Chrysler has 5 of their 10 major assembly lines in the United States. Chrysler is under such a broad umbrella of other brands in the automotive industry. Many of the plants that manufacture Chrysler cars also produce Dodges, Rams, Jeeps, and now Fiats.

Information is very diluted on specific Chrysler vehicles, but current manufacturing plants are maintained under the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles group. This group has assembly plants in the United States, South America, Europe, India, and China.

Chrysler Manufacturing Plants in the USA

Facility Name Location Year Opened Primary Models Number of Jobs
Belvidere Assembly Plant Belvidere, Illinois 1965 Jeep Cherokee 3,855
Jefferson North Assembly Plant Detroit, Michigan 1991 Jeep Grand Cherokee, Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT, Dodge Durango 5,059
Toledo Assembly Complex Toledo, Ohio 1942 Jeep Gladiator, Jeep Wrangler 6,759
Sterling Heights Assembly Plant Sterling Heights, Michigan 1953 Ram 1500 7,659
Warren Truck Assembly Plant Warren, Michigan 1938 Ram 1500 Classic 2,613

In total, Chrysler supports over 25,000 American jobs at their assembly facilities alone, which is awesome to see. Where are their international assembly lines? Let’s take a look.

International Chrysler Manufacturing Plants

Facility Name Location Year Opened Primary Models
Brampton Assembly Plant Ontario, Canada 1986 Chrysler 300, Dodge Charger, Dodge Challenger
Windsor Assembly Plant Ontario, Canada 1928 Pacifica, Pacifica Hybrid, Voyager, Dodge Grand Caravan
Saltillo Truck Assembly Plant Coahuila, Mexico 1995 Ram 1500 Classic – 5500 Heavy Duty, DX Chassis Cab
Saltillo Van Assembly Plant Coahuila, Mexico 2013 Ram ProMaster
Toluca Assembly Plant Toluca, Mexico 1978 Dodge Journey, Fiat Freemont, Jeep Compass

How to Tell Where Your Chrysler is Made

You can find out where your Chrysler is made at the dealership. Ask for the Buyers Guide, which will tell you a lot of valuable information on your vehicle, including where it was assembled.

If you no longer have your Chrysler’s Buyers Guide, you can look up your car’s vehicle identification number (VIN). You can find the VIN on the windshield near the steering wheel or on the inside of the front driver-side door. Enter your VIN into a site like faxvin.com and you’ll see a complete breakdown of where your vehicle was made.

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