Ford Escape
Ford Escape
This mid-size SUV gets surprisingly good gas mileage, and they have plenty of room. Although it is primarily assembled in Louisville, Kentucky, only forty-five percent of its parts are domestic. All Escape engines are imported.
Cadillac SRX
Cadillac SRX
This vehicle is one of General Motors' best sellers. It is manufactured in Mexico at this time. GM has announced plans to move the production of the Cadillac SRX to Spring Hill, Tennessee as part of a shift by the automaker to return work to its unionized factories in the United States.
Ford Fiesta
Ford Fiesta
It is a small compact car that is built in China, South Africa, Brazil, Mexico, and India. Globally, the Ford Fiesta sells better than any other subcompact. The Fiesta SFE has an optional feature that boosts its estimated highway mileage to forty five mpg.
GM Spark
GM Spark
Manufactured in South Korea, this subcompact vehicle has great fuel efficiency. Its four cylinder engine gets about thirty-five mpg. That and the fact that it has room for four adults as well as storage space has made it popular in the US. The Spark is the only mini car that can be bought in the United States that boasts four doors.
Ford Transit Connect
Ford Transit Connect
This vehicle is imported from Europe. They are assembled in Turkey as wagons to avoid paying an extra tax. The tax that Ford avoids applies only to vans and trucks that are transported to the United States after assembly.
Chevy Impala
Chevy Impala
The Impala has a new design as well as new safety features. The Side Blind Zone Alert helps drivers avoid accidents. The Impala is assembled in Oshawa, Ontario, just over our northern border in the Canada.
Dodge Challenger
Dodge Challenger
A muscle car that's fuel efficient, the Dodge Challenger is the best of both worlds. With room for five passengers, it could even be used for a family car. The Challenger is built in Brampton, a city in Ontario, Canada.
Dodge Charger
Dodge Charger
This is a classic Dodge. It is fuel efficient as well as powerful. Ontario, Canada is the location of the Brampton Assembly Plant where the Charger is assembled, along with the Challenger.
Chrysler 300
Chrysler 300
This sedan comes equipped with a choice of rear-wheel or all wheel drive. It is roomy and comfortable to drive. However, the Chrysler 300 is also built at the Brampton plant in Ontario, Canada.
Chevy Captiva
Chevy Captiva
This compact sports utility vehicle is roomy and comfortable enough to haul the entire family around. It was developed by GM Korea--formerly GM Daewoo--and is still manufactured in Korea.
Dodge Journey
Dodge Journey
This family sized vehicle is one of Dodge's most popular. One of the reasons is the fact that it offers several great features, like a back up camera and a built in DVD player. It is built at the Toluca Car Assembly Plant in Mexico, making it less than domestic.
Lincoln MKZ
Lincoln MKZ
This mid-size car rates well for safety features. It is a very popular product for the Ford company. The Lincoln MKZ is produced at a Ford stamping and assembly plant in Hermosillo, Mexico.
Ford Fusion
Ford Fusion
The Ford Fusion is a mid-size car that had been produced solely in Hermosillo, Mexico for several years. In August of 2013, the Flat Rock Assembly Plant in Flat Rock, Michigan added a second shift to produce the Fusion. It is the first time it has been built in the United States.
Fiat 500
Fiat 500
Made under the Chrysler name, these cars are grabbing up the small European compact car market, and for good reason: most of them are made overseas!
Lincoln MKT
Lincoln MKT
Getting close to being primarily US made, but not quite close enough for most Americans.
Ford Focus
Ford Focus
A trusty car for many Americans, this car is one of the most American made on this list. Still falls short of other cars with more domestic production.

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