Assembled: Sterling Heights, Mich.
Percentage Made In U.S.: 75% It has a 3.6-liter V6 engine, 283 horsepower and sold nearly 97,000 vehicles in the U.S. last year -- the most since it was reintroduced in 2007. So why is it in limbo after this model year? Because Fiat and Chrysler are still sorting out their brands. First there was a chance it would come back as the Dodge Aspen. Then it was suggested last month that it may reappear as a Chrysler and replace the 200. What we do know, however, is that it probably won't be a Dodge and won't be called the Avenger. When the folks in Sterling Heights figure out exactly what it will be -- and there's still a chance it could come out of this mess as an Alfa Rome Volare -- they'll let you know.