The Cars.com American-Made Index - Cars.com


Cars.com's American-Made Index rates vehicles built and bought in the U.S. Factors include sales, where the car's parts are made and whether the car is assembled in the U.S. Models that have been discontinued are disqualified, as are those with a domestic-parts content rating below 75 percent.

#1 Toyota Camry
#2 Ford F150
#3 Chevy malibu
#4 Honda Odyssey
#5 Chevy Silverado
#6 Toyota Sienna
#7 Toyota Tundra
#8 GMC Sierra
#9 Ford Taurus
#10 Toyota Venza



American Parts
Ford Taurus 90 percent Chicago
Lincoln MKS 85 percent Chicago
Toyota Sienna 85 percentPrinceton, Ind.
GMC Savana 1500 82 percentWentzville, Mo.
Chevrolet Express 1500 82 percentWentzville, Mo.
Buick Lucerne 81 percentDetroit
Chevrolet Malibu 80 percentKansas City, Kan.
Honda Odyssey 80 percentLincoln, Ala.
Toyota Avalon 80 percentGeorgetown, Ky.
Toyota Tundra 80 percentSan Antonio
Toyota Venza 80 percentGeorgetown, Ky.
That isn't to say every GM, Ford or Chrysler is homegrown. The Chevy Aveo, for example, is built in Korea with 1 percent domestic parts. Chrysler's recently discontinued PT Cruiser was built in Mexico, with a domestic-parts content of just 27 percent. Its GM doppelganger, the Chevy HHR, also hails from south of the border, with a domestic-parts content rating of 50 percent. Detroit's latest muscle cars, the 2010 Ford Mustang and Chevy Camaro, have a middling 60 percent domestic content, while their crosstown rival, the Dodge Challenger, comes in at 56 percent. Of the three, the Mustang is the only car built here; the Challenger and Camaro are assembled in Canada.