Assembled: Georgetown, Ky.
Percentage Made In U.S.: 75% The best-selling vehicle of last year that wasn't a pickup was made in a U.S. plant that's been turning out Toyotas since 1988. This mainstay midsize sedan is one of only two on this list and is the only one that's guaranteed to be around next year. In fact, Toyota is responsible for two-thirds of the sedans on this list. Have the rest of America's automakers completely forgotten how to build a sedan in this country, or is the utilitarian four-door falling out of favor? Unfortunately for everyone else, the numbers suggest the former.