1940s Jeeps?

Answer The 1940s Jeep military vehicle's name derives from the U.S. Army's term of General Purpose, or G.P., to identify equipment. G.P. soon became "Jeep." The emergence of the Jeep, with its basic styli... Read More »

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What Are the Different Types of Jeeps?

Jeeps were first produced for military use. However, toward the end of World War II, the idea to build Jeeps for civilian purposes entered the scene. From then until seven years into the 21st centu... Read More »

Where are Jeeps manufactured?

Jeep brand vehicles are manufactured in Toledo, Ohio. The vehicle is a Chrysler product and comes in several models. The vehicle is also manufactured with several accessory options to customize the... Read More »

Who Makes Jeeps?

Jeep is owned by Chrysler. It manufactures a variety of different types--the Commander, Compass, Grand Cherokee, Liberty, Patriot and Wrangler.Source:Jeep information

Where Are Jeeps Built?

The Jeep has been built in a couple factories over the last century, starting in the 1940s with the Toledo South Assembly in Toledo, Ohio. This predates the "Jeep" name, but not certain Jeep models.