Boost in Production for Toledo Jeep Manufacturing Plant

The Jeep Wrangler has seen a tremendous growth in popularity over the past few years, with drivers often waiting months to get their hands on the Wrangler they've been looking for. Dealerships have had a hard time keeping a variety of models on hand. With the Wrangler's impressive number of trim options, it's easy to understand why.

FCA (Fiat Chrysler Automobiles), Jeep's parent company, wants to see supply more closely match demand, and has announced plans to invest $700 million dollars to upgrade their Toledo assembly plant. This move should increase Wrangler production from the current 240,000 vehicles per year to 450,000 per year with 350,000 Wranglers emerging from the Toledo plant alone. This comes in time for the next generation of Wranglers which should debut at the LA Auto Show later this year. Look forward to seeing the new Wrangler rolling through Riverside Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram as soon as they're available!

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