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Dodge Corporate Office

Dodge Corporate Office Address

Dodge
1000 Chrysler Dr.
Auburn Hills, MI 48326

Contact Dodge

Phone Number: (248) 944-7060
Fax Number: (248) 512-1762
Website: http://www.dodge.com
Email: Email Dodge

Executives

CEO: Timothy Kuniskis
CFO: Richard Palmer
COO: Michael Manley

Dodge History

Dodge was founded by the Dodge brothers in 1900 as a supplier of parts for Detroit-based automobile manufacturers.

The Dodge brothers died suddenly in 1920, and in 1925 the company was sold to Dillon, Read, and Company. It was sold again to Chrysler in 1928.

During the oil crisis of 1973, the Dodge line came to be seen as inefficient, and had to be downsized along with other Chrysler brands.

Over the past decades, Dodge has become well known for their trucks, including the popular Dodge Ram.

Today Dodge vehicles are available all over the world, with big markets in Argentina, Asia, Australia, Brazil, Mexico, and Europe.

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Hector angulo August 15, 2014 at 6:09 pm

Dear dodge, my name is Gysgt Angulo usmc, I’m currently on deployment in afgjanistan. Only a few days ago one of my goo friends was severly injured in an IED attack. This was his second deployment out here. After his first deployment in 2012, his wife and him purchased a dodge Durango, and really enjoy the vehicle. I’m writing to ask if there was anything possible that your company can do to help with thier payments as to the fact that they are going to be having extensive medical bills. They have no idea that I am doing this. Brandon a SSgt, just returned back stateside and at a hospital in DC receiving more surguries for his injuries he sustained. I’m asking for your help in thier time of need. I wouldn’t ask if he wasn’t worth it. I there I anything possible that you can help te Dodson family with it would greatly be appreciated. Thank you!

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Windy Morton June 25, 2014 at 9:11 am

Dropped my car off for an oil change today, and when I picked it up the front was smashed in. You left it parked in the middle of the road and a guy backed in to it. Told me it wasn’t your problem, and to take it up with his insurance. Oh yeah, did I mention it was raining when you left it parked in the middle of the road. Btw my oils was changed but when I asked about the wash and vacuum you said you couldn’t bc someone hit it. And when I asked about fixing it, your manager told me to take it to Bartow Ford. I bought a dodge and brought it to you for an oils change. Not sure why you want some other company to fix your damage.
THIS WAS THE RESPONSE BACK FROM MY LOCAL DODGE:
Tom Edwards Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram– Windy your vehicle was not parked in the middle of the road, but next to our building in a designated staging area for vehicles to be vacuumed, washed, and ready for customers to pick up. It was not raining at the time when you came to pick your vehicle up nor was it when the driver of the vehicle who backed into your car. We could not wash your car because your headlight had been cracked open and exposing electrical components and we were concerned water could get into the headlight and cause electrical damage. Also, we were concerned the brushes on our car wash would grab onto some the loose pieces on your car and cause further damage to it. So we apologize for not washing your car and being concerned about not damaging your vehicle any further. There was nothing we could do for the damage done to your vehicle because we do not have a body shop on premises, and you were seeking immediate repairs so we advised taking it to Bartow Ford, since they were the closest, and they have a good quality body shop. What you’re claiming to be our damage, is not the case. The driver to the other vehicle is the one who backed into to your car. Not because it was “parked in the middle of the road”, but because he was negligent and did not properly look to make sure there were not any other vehicles around. We were told the gentleman who hit your car provided you with his insurance information and said his insurance company would be more than glad to help with the repairs to your vehicle that he caused. We will be more than glad to help with this process and getting your vehicle repaired and back to normal.
THE FOLLOWING ARE COMMENTS THAT HAVE BEEN MADE ON MY FACEBOOK PAGE:
Windy Morton– I did not park my car in that spot. You did. If my car was park there for wash and vacuum, why was neither done. All I needed was an oil change, wash, and vacuum. I come back to a smashed headlight, and door that barely opens, and a dented front bumper. Not to mention no vacuum, no wash, and I’m not sure my oil was changed. When I asked what happened you just said not your problem. Who ever drove my car and parked it in the spot to me hit is responsible. Not only are you not owing up to your mistakes, you are passing to not one but 2 of your customers. That’s not the way to run a business
Tom Edwards Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram– Well before we could get the opportunity to wash or vacuum it, the negligent other driver backed into your car. Your headlight should be replaced and every repair to make your car complete again, but by the person who’s responsible for backing into your car. We know he gave you all of his insurance information so you could get these repairs done. If this is not so please let us know so we can contact the police and report a hit and run and help get your vehicle repaired and back in good working.
Amy Crawford –Windy Morton I would have called the police anyways. This is terrible customer service..”it’s not my problem”???? Nice job dodge!!
Tom Edwards Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram– We absolutely agree, she should have called the police so they could have come and taken proper care of this situation.
Jenna Cottrell– Yes, I completely agree. They should of contacted you when it happened, and should have been a little understanding about you getting off at work at 5, and that you would of been there within a few minutes, so you had to leave work early (lose money) and then pick your car up DAMAGED, and they didnt bother to tell you a head of time, and then say its not their problem. Awful!!! Windy-call the police, write an article to The Ledger, news station, better business bureau, let people know how awful Tom Edwards Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram customer service is!!!

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Pam Rogers June 4, 2014 at 12:31 pm

I’ve been having intermittent problems with my 2009 Dodge Journey SXT for a few months now with the door unlocking and the car starting. Sometimes when I try to unlock the car the alarm goes off and then I have unlock the car physically with the KEY out of the fob and try to start the car in which it takes a couple of tries to do this. I have searched for this problem and see that there are a LOT of TSB’s on this for the 2009′s, but NO recalls!! My car has about 56,000 miles on it and has been serviced regularly and have kept up on every recall. WHY, with all the complaints have YOU, DODGE, not RECALLED for the WIN module for the 2009 Journeys?? I certainly DO NOT have over $1000 to fix the problem IF it does decide to go out completely. I really do love my car and have had it since March 2009, even though I bought it used and has NO WARRANTY left on it. I have no other problems with it other than this…..

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Kristin Duverge June 2, 2014 at 6:04 pm

I bought a Dodge Ram there last month and it was nothing but a pain in the butt. I have never been treated so poorly and disrespected. First I bought the truck which had just been traded in so I had to wait for a detail and inspection, no problem. Bought it on a Saturday, by Wednesday no one had called me. I called Dodge to see what the problem was and the response I received was that our sales rep was out sick. They told me over the phone the truck was ready, to come get it. I took two hours off work to show up and the truck was never detailed, they cracked the muffler doing maintenance, tires barley passed inspection, two tires on the left side have broken bands which has caused knots in the tires, which I know would not pass inspection, never cleaned the air filter and then gave us another loaner and we didn’t leave until after 7pm, I got their at 3pm. A day later they fixed the muffler at Ken’s Muffler shop. I called Dodge to see if the truck was ready and they told me no. I knew they probably didn’t even care so I called Ken’s myself, sure enough it was ready and they were waiting for Dodge to come pick it up, no surprise there. Then driving it a few days later the brakes were grinding and making a funny noise. I called Dodge again and they told me to bring it in the next day or they would send someone to get it. I was not having that again, since they were still open, we drove down their ourselves and come to find out they left off a bolt, again during maintenance. The manager gave me a nasty attitude like I had done something wrong when all I wanted was for someone to put the bolt on, no more than ten minutes, we were out before they even closed. Now today driving my husband stops at the light and the truck completely shuts off, started it back up. Took it to Dodge and again bring it in tomorrow at 9am and we will give you another loaner. The service is completely unacceptable at Dodge. The tires should have been replaced, but no I will have to do that as well, just like I had to detail it myself and get all the food off the doors and dog hair out. I will never by another vehicle from Crown Dodge of Fayetteville. Tomorrow they will be rude, unprofessional, and act like the problem is us and not their maintenance. We will have to call multiple times just to get a status because no will call us back. So I just called Dodge before I wanted to send this and I sat on hold for 10 minutes for Johnny to hang up on me before I could even speak, called again sat on hold, hung up on me again, called the third time to speak with some lady for her to tell me there is no owner and the general manager is gone for the day, go figure. I will never purchase another vehicle from Dodge. I will stick with Lafayette Ford like I have been and keep my maintenance with them. I want someone higher up to respond to this, I have talked to too many manager through this process and have received poor service. I feel like I purchased a dud and who cares. I thought Dodge stood by their vehicles. I guess I was wrong.

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Charity May 20, 2014 at 10:56 pm

I too purchased a 2007 dodge nitro. It’s been nothing but problems. The car lotto car locks quit working randomly. When you fill your gas tank, it gushs out everywhere. The computer system is another nightmare that I can’t afford to fix. The list goes on, but I’m sure you get the picture. Dodge doesn’t stand behind any of their products. The complaints from this year and model are beyond everywhere. All complaining of the same exact problems yet dodge does absolutely nothing. Let me help you out dodge…it’s called a recall! Stand up and take responsibility for your products.

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David Oakes March 24, 2014 at 7:01 pm

I JUST WANTED TO SAY I HAVE A 2002 RAM 1500 WIth 351000 miles on it I just changed fuel pump on it . The transmission still has factory fluid in it and works great . The motor is a 4.7 Magnus . This is one good truck . Motor does tap a little bit but that’s just from were . Did I mention it has 351000 miles.on it .
SIGNED: very happy dodge ram pickup owner
Mopar or on car

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joyce cruz March 18, 2014 at 3:14 pm

I have been trying to get in contact with an executive for 3 weeks now being jerked around from custamer service and operater no one will take the the time to hear a serious issus about my car the fan blow off and lodged in radiater causing a lot of damage as well as cutting wires in harness i am 60 years old and i have been trying to get help so this can get repaired the issue was all over the enternet as a issue you where awear of the problem and sent out notices to that effect but not dont want to help joyce cruz 407343XXXX

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THOMAS GOODMAN December 10, 2013 at 1:30 pm

CEO: Timothy Kuniskis
CFO: Richard Palmer
COO: Michael Manley
To who it may concern: I brought a 2007 dodge nitro one year ago. In one year i have replaced the master cylinder and all brakes lines on this truck. Now 2 days ago i had just replaced the transmission. Only had this truck for one year. This is a 5yrs old truck with 70,000 miles on it. Dodge tell me that this is going to be a on going problem due to the fact that i can not check my transmission fiuld. This truck has no dipstick. Really hope dodge help me with this truck. I should be able to check my tranny fluid. if this new transmisson would leak , i cant check it. I have spent over 6500.00 dollars in one year. This is not fair. Why wont the dealer do something about this. im stuck with this car for 4 more years of payments. Dodge wants there money. But when your payment is late they call and call. How can you make payments when all you do is keep fixing a car that break down all the time. This car is mess up my life. Dodge if your truly care about your custumer. Please help me out of this truck.

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