Assembled: Dearborn, Mich., and Kansas City, Mo.
Percentage Made In U.S.: 75% Judging by this map of the United States put together by Jalopnik indicating each state's best-selling car, it's a wonder that the middle of the country isn't in complete revolt with the F-150 this far down the list. The best-selling vehicle in America and the truck that's been carrying ma and apple pie to the baseball game since 1948 is an American icon, but has the same amount of American parts and production as the San Antonio, Texas-built Toyota Tundra. Still, Ford ( F) consistently culls three-quarters of the F-150's material from the U.S. and assembles it here. The same can't always be said for the 67% American-made Chevy Silverado and Ram, which are sometimes assembled in Mexico.