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Why 'Made in America' may be a misnomer

It took a world to build 2017's top 3 selling SUVs in the U.S.
Published August 14 2018
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With assembly and parts sourced from all over, it took a world to build those three sport utility vehicles in the United States. 38.3% of the content for the 3 vehicles came from the United States, while 42.7 percent came from Japan and Mexico. As far as assembly goes, the United States, Japan and Canada were most likely to assemble the SUVs. Transmissions for the vehicles were from the United States, Mexico, Japan and Germany. Engines for the vehicles were from the United States, Italy, Germany, Japan and Mexico. Information sources for this graphic included: Car and Driver and the United States Department of Transportation National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.