Dodge

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Dodge
TypeDivision of FCA US, LLC
IndustryAutomobile manufacturer
When it was created1900 (auto parts (Dodge Brothers))
1915 (automobiles)
People who started itJohn Francis Dodge
Horace Elgin Dodge
HeadquartersAuburn Hills, Michigan
Area servedGlobal (except Europe)
Key peopleSergio Marchionne
(CEO of Chrysler Group LLC)
Timothy Kuniskis
(President and CEO of Dodge brand)
Things madeCars, trucks, SUVs, vans/minivans
ParentChrysler Group LLC
DivisionsRam
Websitedodge.com

Dodge is an American automobile, SUV and truck maker. They are based in Auburn Hills, Michigan. Dodge was created by brothers Horace and John Dodge in 1900. Dodge was sold to Chrysler in 1928. In 2010 Dodge announced it would spin-off the Ram division making it its own brand.

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