Ever wonder where you car is made?
Search by make and model of current automobiles to find out. If a make or model of your car is not listed, then it is not assembled in the United States of America. By buying cars that are manufactured in plants located across the USA, you are supporting good paying, union and non-union American jobs.
• Updated 8/12/2013
• There are 44 assembly factories, Michigan leads all states with 11
• There are 114 models that are made in the USA
• Total estimated assembly workers: 135,890
• Total estimated jobs created: 1.08 million
• The Big 3 are still 1, 2, and 3 in terms of models produced
• Volvo and Saab do not have any US factories
• The USA exported $146 billion of automobiles & parts in 2012
• The USA imported $297 billion of automobiles & parts in 2012
All Things Considered:
• The 1st generation Chevy Volt (2011-2013) is looking like it will easily outsell the 1st generation Toyota Prius (2000-2002) for the first three years of their respective model years?
Look it up – Chevy Volt Sales & Toyota Prius Sales
• Is a Toyota Camry, assembled in America, more or less “American” then a South-Korean assembled Buick Encore?
• If the jobs multiple effect of one auto assembly worker is seven jobs (creates seven manufacturing jobs in the supply chain, as well as trucking, railway, R&D etc), why aren’t there more auto factories in the USA? Would that help unemployment?
WhereIsMyCarMade.com provides detailed information for auto assembly plants in the United States. Major automotive manufacturers include BMW, Chrysler, Ford, General Motors, Honda, Hyundai, Mercedes-Benz, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Subaru, Tesla, Toyota, and Volkswagen. Brands include Dodge, Ram, Lincoln, Chevrolet, Buick, Cadillac, GMC, Acura, Kia, Infiniti, and Lexus.