Four of Top Five Most American Cars are Japanese

Four of Top Five Most American Cars are Japanese
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The Toyota Camry earned the top slot in Cars.com‘s annual American-Made Index. This is the fourth year in a row that the Camry has placed first. The Ford F-150 is in second, with the Honda Accord, Toyota Sienna and Honda Pilot following. Moving outside the top five, the Toyota Tundra took seventh.  Continue Reading...

Chrysler Called Out On “Imported From Detroit” Campaign

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Chrysler Called Out On “Imported From Detroit” Campaign
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We’ve all seen them. The “Imported from Detroit” ads that Chrysler is flooding the market with. Some people think it is a clever way to gain favor with Chrysler’s home audience, others simply do not like the ads themselves. Nomatter how you feel about them, one thing is clear – they are kind of misleading. A recent… Continue Reading...

What Automaker Offers the Most Made-in-America Models?

What Automaker Offers the Most Made-in-America Models?
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A recent list highlighting the most American Made-in-America cars list both the first and spots as belonging to Japanese automakers. (See here for why). But when it comes to what automakers offer the most vehicles manufactured or assembled right here in the U.S. of A., it’s the domestics that come out on top. Topping the… Continue Reading...

Toyota Camry Named 2011’s Most American Car

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Toyota Camry Named 2011’s Most American Car
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What’s the most American car? The Ford Mustang? Chevy Camaro? Dodge Charger? Nope. It’s the Toyota Camry. According to the annual Cars.com American-Made Index the Camry tops the list once again (for the third straight year) due not only to having its production based in American (at both the Georgetown, Ky. and Lafayette, Ind. Toyota… Continue Reading...

Foreign Automakers Cashing in on ‘Made in America’ Trend

Foreign Automakers Cashing in on ‘Made in America’ Trend
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Are you more likely to by a car that’s been made in the good ol’ U.S. of A.? Chances are the answer is “yes,” according to a recent Harris Poll survey. It’s cool once again to show your sense of national pride, and advertisers are banking on it. When a product says it’s “Made in… Continue Reading...