7. 2014 Honda Crosstour
Assembled: East Liberty, Ohio
Percentage made In U.S.: 75%

Honda makes its first appearance thanks to its commitment to working in Ohio and its embrace of the big family vehicle. The Crosstour is basically an Accord wagon and was actually named the Accord Crosstour until last year. Honda wants it to be considered a crossover so badly, but the Crosstour continues to pick up the wagon market competitors such as Subaru and Volvo are leaving for dead. A redesign last year gave it a more powerful engine and a rearview camera, but that combined 22 miles per gallon is gluttonous even for an American crossover.

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