Who made the first jeep?

Answer Minneapolis-Moline, a company which produced farm equipment, created the first "jeep." The Armed Forces used it in World War II and men in the Army at Camp Ripley, Minnesota, named it. However, the... Read More »

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Is Jeep Liberty made in the USA?

The Jeep Liberty is manufactured at the Chrysler plant called "Toledo North Assembly Plant" or T-NAP, located in Toledo, Ohio. The Jeep Liberty started production in April 2001. This plant also pro... Read More »

What year was the first Jeep made?

Jeeps were originally military vehicles--"jeep" is thought to come from the military's use of the abbreviation "GP" for "general purpose vehicle"--and the first ones were tested and accepted by the... Read More »

What state is the Jeep Commander made in?

The Jeep Commander is an SUV with third-row seats. It was introduced for the 2006 model year. The Commander is assembled in Detroit, Michigan, at Chrysler's Jefferson North Assembly plant. Some Com... Read More »

How many 1963 Jeep Willies were made?

Kaiser-Jeep Corporation, the combination of a Michigan automaker (Kaiser) and the company that made Jeep vehicles for the military during World War II (Willys-Overland--thus "Willys" or "Willies"),... Read More »