The Toyota Camry was recently ranked the Most American Car by Cars.com. The rankings are based on the percentage of parts that are made domestically, where they are sold and how many are sold to Americans.
Patrick Olsen, the editor-in-chief of Cars.com, said that most cars built in the U.S. use some parts from somewhere else, while many other U.S. automakers assemble their cars in Canada or China. In addition, foreign automakers have factories in the U.S.
The Camry, a highly popular Toyota sedan, is assembled in Georgetown, Kentucky, and Lafayette, Indiana. It took the top spot for the third consecutive year. Toyota's Tundra ranked number nine on the list, while the Sienna was number six.
The Honda Accord and Chevy Malibu came in second and third places, respectively. American automaker General Motors had three cars on the list for the first time since 2009, while Ford and Chrysler each had one.
Olsen says that Cars.com's annual American-Made index is another resource for buyers who may be able to finance their purchase with an online car loan.