Ford’s F-150 full-size pickup truck topped’s American-Made Index, which analyzes the domestic parts content, the final assembly point, and sales for different vehicles.

From 2009 through 2012, Toyota’s Camry topped the list, but the sedan is now in the number two spot. This is the first time in four years that a domestic automaker’s vehicle has taken the top spot in’s Index.

For the 2013 Index, the list is split evenly between domestic and foreign makes, and Toyota has the brand with the largest number of vehicles ranked, keeping in line with that company’s strategy to manufacture vehicles in the markets they are sold in. For the other automakers, General Motors has a total of three models in the list and Chrysler, Ford, and Honda each have one vehicle on the list.




U.S. Assembly Location(s)

Rank in 2012

1 Ford F-150 Ford Dearborn, Mich.; Claycomo, Mo. 2
2 Toyota Camry Toyota Georgetown, Ky,; Lafayette, Ind. 1
3 Dodge Avenger Chrysler Sterling Heights, Mich. --
4 Honda Odyssey Honda Lincoln, Ala. --
5 Toyota Sienna Toyota Princeton, Ind. 4
6 Chevrolet Traverse General Motors Lansing, Mich. 6
7 Toyota Tundra Toyota San Antonio, Texas 7
8 GMC Acadia General Motors Lansing, Mich. 9
9 Buick Enclave General Motors Lansing, Mich. 10
10 Toyota Avalon Toyota Georgetown, Ky. --