Cars.com has also come out with its list. It bases its research on things like domestic-parts content(percentage of a vehicle’s parts considered to be domestic, meaning built in the U.S. or Canada), final assembly point and overall vehicle sales.
Combing through both sets of research we identified 5 vehicles common to both:
• Chevrolet Traverse
• GMC Acadia
• Buick Enclave
• Chevrolet Corvette
So, which is the 5th on our list? Based on the Cars.com list, it’s the Toyota Camry. The American motoring sheeple buy it in droves. It’s made in Kentucky. Plus, it’s the number one foreign OEM vehicle on the Dubois list.
Notice something missing? It’s the Ford F-150. It’s tied for 12th on the Dubois list (by golf tournament standards) and doesn’t make the Cars.com list. How can the number one selling vehicle in the U.S. be so un-American?