9. 2014 Toyota Avalon and Camry
Assembled: Georgetown, Ky.
Percentage made In U.S.: 75%

Georgetown has been cranking out Toyotas since 1988 and uses the same platform to produce the Camry and its slightly more spacious and swank Avalon sibling. The Camry is still the best-selling non-pickup vehicle in the U.S, while the Avalon gets the benefit of the streamlined Lexus ES frame and a combined 35 miles per gallon. The Avalon is an American-built vehicle built specifically for Americans, and all that extra room and added luxury features give it a slight edge over the ES -- which is produced mainly in Japan.

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