According to Cars.com’s annual American-Made Index, there are no American made full-size or mid-size truck. Instead, there are really only seven cars that are truly American. Huh?
None of these Toyota Tundra trucks (built in Texas with major parts assembled in the U.S.) are American-Made according to Cars.com Index.
The third-annual American University’s Kogod School of Business Made in America Index is out and the new GM mid-size Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon top the list followed closely by Ford F-Series trucks. The Toyota Tundra got shafted.
The Toyota Tundra finished fourth in the Kogod survey largely due to Toyota not being headquartered in North America.
Ever since the 2012 Cars.com survey of the top made in America car came out, it has been criticized. The latest criticism comes from an Op-Ed that wonders if consumers really care about the survey.
An Op-Ed asks an interesting question, "do car buyers care about the Made in America sticker anymore?