Which has more American parts, the Chevrolet Malibu or the Honda Accord?
Buying American was once a heavy pitch to U.S. consumers from the Big Three. Now the U.S. hosts automotive factories from German, Korean and Japanese-based manufacturers. While there is no car is built solely from U.S. parts, there are cars from overseas companies that have more American parts than cars from American companies.
So between the Accord and the Malibu? The Honda's 80 percent is a car length ahead of the Malibu's 75 percent.
Consumer Reports has an interesting read with several "made in America" breakdowns.
Here is a list of vehicles with highest percentage of American parts:
|Model||% of parts made in America|
|Dodge Grand Caravan||82%|
|Chrysler Town & Country||80%|