The list is IN! Each year, Cars.com releases the American-Made Index, a list revealing which cars are considered the Most American. This index is derived from the information found on the window sticker of every new car taking into account where the car is assembled and what percentage of the cars parts are made in the U.S. That information is then aligned with the amount of cars sold here in the States. Historically, the top spot on this list has gone back and forth between a foreign and a domestic automaker. Who will reign supreme this year? And why was this list almost half the length of last years?
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MORE ABOUT PATRICK OLSEN:
Patrick heads the Cars.com editorial team and covers a wide range of topics in the automotive industry, including industry news, analysis and consumer advice. Patrick has been a regular on local and national television programs to discuss everything from the Toyota recalls and the federal government's Cash for Clunkers program to original Cars.com site content and analysis, including Cars.com's American-Made Index. Prior to joining Cars.com, Patrick was the Page One editor of the Chicago Tribune, deputy editor of the Tribune's RedEye and also worked at the LA Times.