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These Cars Are the Most ‘Made in America’

It’s nice to find a good one, but if you look at that little sticker on the bottom of that toy or lamp, it probably says “Made in China.”

However, when you buy a car, you can’t flip it over and read the little sticker that says where it was manufactured.

The car has a sticker indicating where it was manufactured. This is the same big window his sticker that lists fuel economy, warranty information and, of course, the manufacturer’s suggested retail price. The part content information on the sticker includes 6 pieces of information regarding the vehicle part’s origin, final assembly point, etc.