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Cars.com 2018 American-Made Index: Which Cars Are Built in America for 2018?

Cars.com's American-Made Index takes many factors into account to determine just how American a given car might be, but it starts with one fundamental requirement: Final assembly has to occur in the U.S. Counting hybrid versions as separate models, 114 nameplates made that initial cut — a group that forms the initial pool of AMI eligibility, though plenty of other factors determine eligibility beyond this.

Related: The Cars.com 2018 American-Made Index

Here they are, arranged by automaker for the 2018 model year.

BMW Group

Daimler

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles

Ford

GM

Honda

Hyundai-Kia

  • Hyundai Elantra: Montgomery, Ala., for some sedans; remaining sedans and all hatchbacks (Elantra GT) are imported
  • Hyundai Santa Fe Sport: Montgomery, Ala., and West Point, Ga.
  • Hyundai Sonata: Montgomery, Ala., for non-hybrids; hybrids and plug-in hybrids are imported
  • Kia Optima: West Point, Ga., for some non-hybrids; remaining non-hybrids and all hybrids and plug-in hybrids are imported
  • Kia Sorento: West Point, Ga.

Nissan

Subaru

Tesla

Toyota

Volkswagen Group

The list excludes heavy-duty commercial vehicles (e.g., semitrucks) and models discontinued in the U.S. as of publication, like the Ford Focus and Ford C-Max. Note, of course, that many of the cars above have moved into 2019 model-year production as of this writing. Several all-new 2019s built in the U.S. will join them, from the Cadillac XT4 and Honda Insight to the Subaru Ascent and Ford Ranger. Check back next year to see how those cars ranked in the American-Made Index versus the 2019 field.

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