In the spirit of the Fourth of July, the DealerADvantage team wanted to highlight this year’s American-Made Index, an annual list assembled by the editorial staff.  Established in 2006, the AMI ranks new models based on where the vehicle’s parts come from, whether the vehicle is assembled in the U.S. and sales.

This year, the top spot went to Ford’s F-150, an American classic that’s assembled in Dearborn, Mich. and Claycomo, Mo. Strong sales and a high concentration of domestic parts helped lift Ford’s popular pickup to the top of the AMI for 2013, a rank it previously held from 2006 to 2008.

For complete coverage of the 2013 American-Made Index, visit the KickingTires blog.

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American-Made Index 2013

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