Many Americans like to keep their money here in the United States by purchasing products that have been made in America. One of the biggest purchases anyone can make is a new vehicle. If you are looking for a quality, American-made vehicle, you should buy a General Motors model — at least according to recent studies by Cars.com and the American University Kogod School of Business.
In this year’s American-Made Index, Cars.com studied 91 vehicles. To create the list, Cars.com used information for percentage of Canadian and U.S. parts, U.S. manufacturing employees, final assembly location, and country of origin for engines and transmissions.
Out of the top 25 models on the list, nine of them were GM models, which is more than any other automotive brand. The Chevrolet Corvette had the highest spot for GM, in eighth place.
In the American University Kogod School of Business Made in American Auto Index, 10 GM models placed in the top 25. This index is based on the final assembly location and where major components are produced. The Chevrolet Camaro with an automatic transmission earned an excellent second-place spot.
With a focus on producing its vehicles and sourcing their components from America, it shows that GM is dedicated to supporting American jobs and the American economy.
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