Didn't think you were going to get away that easily, did you, Ford (F)?
No, Ford didn't take any of the U.S. government's bailout money and doesn't assemble any of its U.S.-sold F-150s beyond U.S. borders. That doesn't mean that a big chunk of the F-150 isn't made elsewhere.
The F-150 may roll off the lines in Kansas City, Mo., and Dearborn, Mich., but only 60% of its parts are made in the U.S. That's actually a great statement on the F-150's quality and demand, considering that 90% of its parts were made in the U.S. before volume increased nearly 11% in the past year alone. Unfortunately, the F-150's popularity forced Ford to outsource parts and cut costs.If you're looking for something a bit more American, however, Cars.com says the San Antonio, Texas-built Toyota (TM - Get Report) Tundra has the most American-made parts of any truck on the market while keeping assembly line jobs in-house.