Top 10 "Most American" Trucks for 2015 | Edmunds

Top 10 "Most American" Trucks for 2015


To help shoppers who want to buy American, Edmunds has compiled a list of the 10 trucks with the highest percentage of U.S./Canadian content. Our rankings are based on information reported by carmakers to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration under the American Automobile Labeling Act (AALA).

In addition to showing the percentage of domestic content, there's also information regarding the country in which the car was assembled, the source of its engine and the source of its transmission. The AALA reports information for car lines, and some manufacturers do not split out specific models in their reporting. For that reason, the source of the transmission and engine may vary, depending on the car's configuration. For more detail, consult the full AALA list.

For a quick confirmation of where a car was finally assembled, look at the first digit of the car's vehicle identification number (VIN). If it's a 1, 2 or 5, the car was assembled in the U.S.

Also included for each sedan is its score from the 2015 Kogod Made in America Auto Index, which looks not only at parts and assembly information but also at such factors as where a model's research and development took place, where a carmaker made capital investments and where the profits from the vehicle go. The Kogod index is scored on a 100-point scale.

  1. 2015 Ford F-150

    1. 2015 Ford F-150 (tie)

    Percent U.S./Canadian Content: 70
    Final Assembly Country: U.S.
    Engine Source: U.S., Canada
    Transmission Source: U.S.
    2015 Kogod Made in America Auto Index Score: 82.5

  2. 2015 Toyota Tundra

    2015 Toyota Tundra (tie)

    Percent U.S./Canadian Content: 70
    Final Assembly Country: U.S.
    Engine Source: U.S.
    Transmission Source: U.S.
    2015 Kogod Made in America Auto Index Score: 76

  3. 2015 Chevrolet Colorado

    2. 2015 Chevrolet Colorado (tie)

    Percent U.S./Canadian Content: 66
    Final Assembly Country: U.S.
    Engine Source: U.S.
    Transmission Source: U.S., Brazil
    2015 Kogod Made in America Auto Index Score: 83

  4. 2015 GMC Canyon

    2015 GMC Canyon (tie)

    Percent U.S./Canadian Content: 66
    Final Assembly Country: U.S.
    Engine Source: U.S.
    Transmission Source: U.S., Brazil
    2015 Kogod Made in America Auto Index Score: 83

  5. 2015  Ram 1500

    3. 2015 Ram 1500

    Percent U.S./Canadian Content: 61
    Final Assembly Country: U.S., Mexico
    Engine Source: U.S., Italy
    Transmission Source: U.S., Germany
    2015 Kogod Made in America Auto Index Score: 74.5

  6. 2015 Toyota Tacoma

    4. 2015 Toyota Tacoma

    Percent U.S./Canadian Content: 60
    Final Assembly Country: U.S., Mexico
    Engine Source: Japan
    Transmission Source: Japan, U.S.
    2015 Kogod Made in America Auto Index Score: 57

  7. 2015 Nissan Frontier

    5. 2015 Nissan Frontier (tie)

    Percent U.S./Canadian Content: 50
    Final Assembly Country: U.S.
    Engine Source: U.S., Japan
    Transmission Source: Japan
    2015 Kogod Made in America Auto Index Score: 59

  8. 2015 Nissan Titan

    2015 Nissan Titan (tie)

    Percent U.S./Canadian Content: 50
    Final Assembly Country: U.S.
    Engine Source: U.S.
    Transmission Source: Japan
    2015 Kogod Made in America Auto Index Score: 59

  9. 2015 Chevrolet Silverado

    6. 2015 Chevrolet Silverado (tie)

    Percent U.S./Canadian Content: 45
    Final Assembly Country: U.S., Mexico
    Engine Source: U.S.
    Transmission Source: U.S.
    2015 Kogod Made in America Auto Index Score: 72.5

  10. 2015 GMC Sierra

    2015 GMC Sierra (tie)

    Percent U.S./Canadian Content: 45
    Final Assembly Country: U.S., Mexico
    Engine Source: U.S.
    Transmission Source: U.S.
    2015 Kogod Made in America Auto Index Score: 72.5

Also, be sure to check out the other lists for the vehicles with the highest percentage of U.S./Canadian content: convertibles, coupes, hatchbacks, sedans, minivans, SUVs and crossovers and wagons. Finally, "Foreign Cars Made in America: Where Does the Money Go?" explains the impact of foreign carmakers' U.S. production activities on the U.S. economy.

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