Ford F-150
Assembled: Dearborn, Mich., and Kansas City, Mo.
NHTSA percentage made in the U.S.: 75%
MSRP: $23,500  

In the ongoing deathmatch between the F-150 and Chevrolet's Silverado, American-made means a lot when trying to win the hearts and minds of the U.S. truck market. The F-150 may get 25% of its parts from elsewhere, but that's still better than the 34% of Silverado parts that come from Mexico. It's bad enough that only 52% of the Silverado is made in America, but when the light-duty version's made in Mexico, Chevy's practically ceding Ford that segment of the jingoist market.    

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