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U.S. Automakers Don't Always Make 'American' Cars

New vehicle buyers sometimes consider where the vehicle is made. But new info from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration suggests that buying a vehicle from the traditional Detroit Three automakers is not a guarantee of buying most “American” vehicle in a given segment. The Toyota Camry takes the “most American” title with 75% of its parts coming from North America (the United States and Canada). The Taurus comes in at 65%.

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