List of Chrysler factories

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Current factories[edit]

This list contains all current Chrysler factories.[1]

Country Name Location Date Opened Current Products VIN
Canada Brampton Assembly Brampton, Ontario 1986 Chrysler 300
Dodge Challenger
Dodge Charger
Etobicoke Casting Toronto, Ontario 1942 Aluminum Die Castings, Pistons
Windsor Assembly Windsor, Ontario 1928 Dodge Grand Caravan
Chrysler Pacifica
Mexico Saltillo Engine Ramos Arizpe, Coahuila 1981 Chrysler Hemi engine (5.7, 6.2, 6.4)
Tigershark engine (2.4)
Saltillo South Engine Saltillo, Coahuila 2010 Chrysler Pentastar engine (3.6)
Saltillo Truck Assembly Saltillo, Coahuila 1995 Ram 1500, 2500/3500, 4500/5500 G
Saltillo Van Assembly Saltillo, Coahuila 2013 Ram ProMaster
Toluca Car Assembly Toluca, State of Mexico 1978 Dodge Journey
Fiat 500 (2007)
Jeep Compass
United States Belvidere Assembly Belvidere, Illinois 1965 Jeep Cherokee D
Dundee Engine Dundee, Michigan 2002 World Engine (2.0, 2.4)
Tigershark engine (2.0, 2.4)
Fiat FIRE engine (1.4)
Indiana Transmission I Kokomo, Indiana 1998 Transmissions
Indiana Transmission II Kokomo, Indiana 2003 Transmissions
Jefferson North Assembly Detroit, Michigan 1991 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Dodge Durango
Kokomo Casting Kokomo, Indiana 1965 Aluminum parts
Kokomo Transmission Kokomo, Indiana 1956 Transmissions, engine block machining
Mack Avenue Engine Complex Detroit, Michigan 1953 Chrysler Pentastar engine (3.2, 3.6)
Mount Elliott Tool and Die Detroit, Michigan 1938 Tools and dies, checking fixtures, stamping fixtures
Sterling Heights Assembly Sterling Heights, Michigan 1953 Ram 1500 N
Sterling Stamping Sterling Heights, Michigan 1965 Metal stampings
Tipton Transmission Tipton, Indiana 2014 Transmissions
Toledo Machining Perrysburg, Ohio 1967 Steering columns and torque converters
Toledo Supplier Park Toledo, Ohio 1942 Jeep Wrangler, Jeep Wrangler Unlimited, Jeep Gladiator (JT) L
Trenton Engine Trenton, Michigan 1952 Chrysler Pentastar engine (3.0, 3.2, 3.6)
Warren Stamping Warren, Michigan 1949 Metal stampings
Warren Truck Assembly Warren, Michigan 1938 Jeep Wagoneer, MB Van Cutaway Chassis (known as Warren Compact #3 Plant) S, V
Venezuela Carabobo Assembly Valencia, Carabobo 1968 Jeep Cherokee
Jeep Grand Cherokee
Fiat Siena/Dodge Forza

Closed factories[edit]

Name Location Date Opened Date Closed Products Produced Notes
Chrysler Australia Keswick, South Australia 1951 1964 Engines and body parts
Chrysler Australia Clovelly Park, South Australia 1964 1980 Cars
Chrysler Australia Lonsdale, South Australia 1968 1980 Engines and components
Chrysler Australia Fishermans Bend Victoria Australia 1965 1972 Engines and body parts
Chrysler South Africa Elsie's River, Cape Town, South Africa 1956 1975 Assembly of CKD, various Chrysler, Dodge & Plymouth models with right-hand drive configuration
Conner Avenue Assembly Detroit, Michigan 1966 2017 Dodge Viper
Viper V10 engine
Closed 31st of August 2017
DeSoto Wyoming Ave Detroit, MI Unknown 1959 DeSoto cars
Detroit Axle (Eldon Avenue Gear and Axle) Detroit, Michigan 1917 2010 Axles and differentials On July 15, 1970 black employee James Johnson shot and killed two white foremen and a job setter at this plant. Earlier that day he had been fired in retaliation for bringing a grievance of racially motivated mistreatment by his supervisor. A jury later acquitted him by reason of temporary insanity. Johnson was unaffiliated with the revolutionary union movements that had been agitating for better working conditions for black employees in Detroit area auto plants at the time.
Dodge Main Hamtramck, Michigan 1914 1980 Dodge Brothers cars/trucks; "A" Body, "B" Body, "E" Body, "F" Body

Was the original Dodge Brothers facility. Location repurposed as GM Detroit/Hamtramck Assembly

Evansville Assembly Plant Evansville, Indiana 1919 1959 Graham Bros. Trucks, Dodge Trucks & Automobiles, Plymouth Automobiles, .45 Calibre automatic ammunition, hulls for Grumman UF-1 amphibious flying boat Produced 1,000,000th Plymouth car in 1953. Production moved to new Fenton, Missouri plant in 1959 to take advantage of lower transportation costs.
Huber Foundry Detroit, Michigan 1966 ~1982 heavy castings
Indianapolis Foundry Indianapolis, Indiana 1890 2005 Cast iron engine blocks
Jefferson Avenue Assembly Detroit, Michigan 1907 1990 Various models from Chrysler, DeSoto, Dodge, and Plymouth
Kenosha Engine Kenosha, Wisconsin 1917 2010 Engines Chrysler LH engine
Kew Assembly Kew, United Kingdom 1920s 1967 Various models from Chrysler, DeSoto and Dodge
Lago Alberto Assembly Mexico City, Mexico 1930s 2002 Trucks
Los Angeles (Maywood) Assembly City of Commerce, California 1920s 1971 "A" Body, "B" Body, "E" Body
Lynch Road Assembly Detroit, Michigan 1928 1980 Various models from Chrysler, DeSoto, Dodge, and Plymouth
Mound Road Engine Detroit, Michigan 1953 2002 Chrysler LA engine
Newark Assembly Newark, Delaware 1951 2008 Dodge Durango
Chrysler Aspen
Pillette Road Truck Assembly Windsor, Ontario 1975 2003 Dodge Ram Van
Dodge Ram Wagon
Chrysler Antwerpen Antwerp, Belgium 1926 1958 Assembly of CKD American models for Europe and Middle East
Chrysler Rotterdam Assembly Rotterdam, The Netherlands[2] 1958 1970 Chrysler Europe
Saint Louis Assembly North Fenton, Missouri 1966 2009 Dodge Ram J
Saint Louis Assembly South Fenton, Missouri 1959 2008 "S" Body (minivans) B
Graham Brothers Dodge Plant Stockton, California 1926 1954 Dodge B Series, Plymouth Model U (located at 1400 Waterloo Road)[3][4][5]
Twinsburg Stamping Twinsburg, Ohio 1957 2010 Metal stampings
Chrysler Simca Poissy, France 1958 1978 Chrysler Europe
Winfield Foundry Detroit, MI|


Country Name Location Date Opened Current Products Owners
Egypt Arab American Vehicles Cairo 1977 Jeep CJ7-CJ8
Jeep Liberty KJ
Jeep KK
Jeep J8
Jeep TJL
Jeep JKU
Jeep Grand Cherokee WK2
51% AOI
49% Chrysler LLC

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "FCA US LLC Manufacturing Operations". FCA US LLC. Retrieved 11 May 2015.
  2. ^ Ensing, Hans (2015-07-02). "Chrysler Rotterdam Assembly Plant". Retrieved 2016-03-04.
  3. ^ "Photo of Dodge factory in Stockton, CA". Retrieved 2016-03-04.
  4. ^ [1] Vintage photo of Northern California automobile factories]
  5. ^ Watson, Bill (2015-07-02). "History of Stockton Factory". Retrieved 2016-03-04.