The Ten Most American Car Companies

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According to a new study, it's not a Chevy or a Ford . . . it's a TESLA.  They're the only company that assembled all of their cars in the U.S. last year. 

Here are the ten most American car brands . . . 

1.  Tesla.  100% of their cars sold in the U.S. were assembled here.

2.  Jeep, 89% were assembled in the U.S.

3.  Cadillac, 86%.

4.  Dodge, 83%.

5.  General Motors, 80%.

6.  Acura.  It's a Japanese company, but 71% of the cars sold in the U.S. were assembled here.

7.  Chevrolet, 70%.

8.  Ford, 64%.

9.  Toyota, 61%.

10.  Buick, 60%.  Ten car companies assembled ZERO percent of their cars in the U.S. last year:  Jaguar, Mazda, Porsche, Audi, Mitsubishi, Land Rover, Smart Car, Fiat, Scion, and Mini Cooper. 

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