According to the federal government, a vehicle with a 75-percent or more domestic parts rating is classified as a domestic vehicle. The web-based resource site Cars.com has compiled the 'American Made Index' that lists the top ten vehicles made in the U.S. according to where their parts came from, where they were finally assembled, and even how many were sold in the U.S.

The ten vehicles and where they're assembled are:
  1. Ford F-Series - Dearborn, Mich.; Kansas City, Mo.; Louisville, Ky.; Norfolk, Va. (Except Ford F-650, F-750)
  2. Chevrolet Silverado - Fort Wayne, Ind.; Pontiac, Mich.
  3. Toyota Camry; Camry Solara - Georgetown, Ky. (Except hybrid Camry)
  4. Ford E-Series - Lorain, Ohio
  5. Chevrolet Cobalt - Lordstown, Ohio (pictured)
  6. Ford Explorer - Louisville, Ky.; St. Louis, Mo.
  7. Chevrolet Malibu/Malibu Maxx - Kansas City, Kan.
  8. Ford Escape - Kansas City, Mo.
  9. Toyota Sienna - Princeton, Ind.
  10. Chevrolet TrailBlazer - Moraine, Ohio (Except now discontinued TrailBlazer EXT)
What do you think of the definition of 'domestic' per the article, especially with the Camry/Solara and Sienna making the list?

[Source: Cars.com via PR Newswire]