Cars.com graphic by Paul DolanThe Cars.com 2017 American-Made Index2017 Model (Assembly Location)All information pertains to the 2017 model year. Tap the link below to see a full list of 2017 models currently assembled in the U.S.Cars.com American-Made Index: Which 2017 Models Are Built in America? CARS.COM — For 2017, Cars.com has revamped its longstanding American-Made Index for the first time. Two Ohio-built SUVs from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles topped Cars.com’s 2017 American-Made Index: the Jeep Wrangler (including the Wrangler Unlimited four-door) and Jeep Cherokee. By the original requirements, only three 2017 models would have qualified this year.
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Cars.com Releases 2017 American-Made Index
The Cars.com 2017 American-Made IndexFor 2017, the revamped index now bases the ranking on five key criteria. For more information on the 2017 Cars.com American-Made Index, including a deeper dive into the data and methodology, visit www.cars.com/news or click here. The 2017 Cars.com American-Made Index is in fact topped by two Ohio-built SUVs from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, the Jeep Wrangler (including the Wrangler Unlimited four-door) and second-place Jeep Cherokee. CHICAGO, June 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Cars.com has released its American-Made Index, an annual ranking of the “most-American” vehicles. For the first time in the list’s history, the Jeep Wrangler has topped the index as the overall “most-American” vehicle for 2017.
Related: The Cars.com 2017 American-Made IndexWhich cars are they? CARS.COM — Cars.com’s American-Made Index analyzes a range of factors — now five in the revamped 2017 index — to determine just how American your next car or truck might be. That’s according to a Cars.com analysis from January, which found that about 60 percent of U.S. light-vehicle sales in 2016 came from cars and trucks built in America. Through the first four months of the year, automakers built 3.96 million cars and trucks in the U.S., according to Automotive News. FCA discontinued production for the 200 and Dart in late 2016, and it moved Compass production to Mexico in early 2017.
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