Who Makes Jeep Cherokee?

The Jeep Grand Cherokee is produced by Chrysler, which owns the Jeep brand. As of 2013, Jeep Grand Cherokees are built in a manufacturing plant in Detroit, Michigan.

Other popular Jeeps produced by Chrysler include the Wrangler, Liberty, Compass, Patriot and Renegade. The Grand Cherokee is an affordably priced midsize sport utility vehicle with a first-class interior, impressive off-roading capability and a cabin that seats five passengers comfortably, according to U.S. News & World Report. Similar SUVs produced by other manufacturers are the Dodge Durango, which has more overall cargo space, and the Hyundai Santa Fe Sport, which has more cargo space and a better fuel economy.