As enthusiasts, we love cars from all parts of the world. Whether they be supercars from Italy, luxury sedans from Germany or tiny urban runabouts from Japan, as long as they're interesting and well-designed for their intended purpose, we're location-agnostic when it comes to picking favorites.
Ever wondered which cities are the most patriotic in the US? Well, when it comes to buying American cars and trucks, CarGurus.com recently put together a study in order to show how well domestic automakers do against their European and Asian counterparts in major metropolitan areas. Oddly, the study uses data compiled from dealerships across the US based on inquiries submitted by prospective buyers in May, which means that actual sales figures aren't involved – the survey covers which cars
A Rasmussen Reports poll fielded in November – before General Motors' IPO – finds a rise in the preference of "American-built" vehicles, as well as a willingness to accept U.S.-built Toyota and BMW products as the same as buying an "American" product.