Toyota Camry Ranks Number 1 on Cars.com’s American-Made Index for Four Years in a Row

Cars.com has ranked the top American made cars built and produced within the United States. They look specifically at the sales, where the parts of the vehicle come from and where the vehicle was built. If a vehicle has a domestic parts content rating below 75%, if the parts come from outside the U.S or if  the vehicle has been discontinued without a U.S.-built successor, then it is disqualified.

The Toyota Camry is built at the Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky (TMMK) in Georgetown, Ky., and at the SIA (Subaru of Indiana Automotive) plant in Lafayette, Indiana. It has been Toyota’s best-selling for 10 years running. The Sienna was ranked fourth, which is made at Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Indiana in Princeton. The Tundra is ranked seventh and is made at Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Texas (TMMTX) in San Antonio.