The Toyota Camry has ranked at the top of the Cars.com American-Made Index for the second straight year and the sixth time in the ten years that the list has been compiled.
Manufactured at Toyota plants in Georgetown, Kentucky and Lafayette, Indiana, total sales of the sedan reached 429,185 units in 2015. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the Camry is comprised of 75 percent domestically-sourced content.
Among the eight other vehicles that made the list, the Camry was followed by the Honda Accord, Toyota Sienna, Honda Odyssey, Honda Pilot, Chevrolet Traverse, GMC Acadia and Buick Enclave.
The American-Made Index rates vehicles manufactured and purchased in the U.S. and weighs factors including the percentage of parts sourced from the domestic market, location of assembly and sales. In order to be eligible to make the list, vehicles must have a minimum domestic-parts content rating of 75 percent and have some level of assembly conducted within the U.S.