3. 2012 Toyota Sienna
Assembled: Princeton, Ind. 
Percentage Made In U.S.: 80%  

What happened to the all-American family minivan during the SUV-happy '90s and 2000s? It got a big hug from Japanese automakers. Sure, Chrysler still makes its Town and Country and Dodge Caravan models -- in Canada. The Toyota Sienna ( TM) and the competing Honda Odyssey are made right here in the U.S. and give families the room they need with the V6 power they want when a road trip reaches more than one "Are we there yet?" per mile. Both are up to task, but the Honda loses on the cards, with only 70% of its parts coming from the U.S.  

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