'Most American' vehicle: Toyota's Camry

June 27, 2011 

2011 Toyota Camry

Cars.com announced Monday that its annual American Made Index of vehicles once again ranked Toyota's Camry as the most American-made vehicle. The index examines factors such as the percentage of parts that are made domestically, where vehicles are assembled and how many are sold to U.S. buyers. The Camry, which is manufactured in Georgetown, topped the list last year, too.

"We're pleased to be recognized for living up to our long-term commitment to our U.S. operations," said Rick Hesterberg, Toyota's spokesman at its Georgetown plant. "The commitment is not just to our own team members but also our suppliers and business partners in communities where we do business."

Ranked behind the Camry were the Honda Accord (Marysville, Ohio, and Lincoln, Ala.), Chevrolet Malibu (Kansas City, Kan.), Ford Explorer (Chicago), Honda Odyssey (Lincoln, Ala.), Toyota Sienna (Princeton, Ind.), Jeep Wrangler (Toledo, Ohio), Chevrolet Traverse (Lansing, Mich.), Toyota Tundra (San Antonio) and GMC Acadia (Lansing, Mich.).

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