The most American-made cars on the market

According to Cars.com, these are the 10 cars, trucks and SUVs with the most American-sourced parts, built in the United States.

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No. 1 Jeep Cherokee

Built in Belvidere, Illinois and heavily updated for 2019, the Jeep Cherokee competes in the popular compact SUV class.

A 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine is available with 270 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque.

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No. 1 Jeep Cherokee

If off-roading is your jam, the 4x4-only Trailhawk trim comes with a 1-inch lift, a locking rear differential and skid plates.

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No. 2 Honda Odyssey

The Lincoln, Alabama-built Honda Odyssey is one of America's longest-running minivan nameplates. It was fully redesigned for the 2018 model year.

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No. 2 Honda Odyssey

Every Odyssey uses a 3.5-liter V6 engine, with either a 9- or 10-speed automatic transmission depending on trim.

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No. 3 Honda Ridgeline

The Lincoln, Alabama-built Ridgeline is available with all-wheel drive, with drive-mode parameters for Normal, Snow, Mud and Sand. Its 3.5-liter V6 engine puts out 280 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque.

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No. 3 Honda Ridgeline

The lockable storage compartment in the bed is perfect for hiding away larger valuables or filling with ice for a cooler on the go.

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No. 4 Ford Taurus

Sure, this Chicago, Illinois-built Ford sedan's platform is really old, but it's available with a 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6, good for 365 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque.

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No. 4 Ford Taurus

The excellent Sync3 infotainment system is available, as is adaptive cruise control.

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No. 5 Chevrolet Volt

The 2019 Volt will run for 53 miles in pure-EV mode, then the gasoline-powered range extender kicks in, giving this Detroit, Michigan-built car an all-in range of 420 miles.

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No. 5 Chevrolet Volt

Chevy has added more tech to the Volt for 2019, with things like adaptive cruise control, an updated pedestrian alert system and a digital rear-view camera. 

The car will also sound its horn when you're filling the tires and the desired pressure has been reached. 

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No. 6 Honda Pilot

The third-generation Honda Pilot gets a host of updates for the 2019 model year, but a majority of the changes have to do with tech, like a new eight-inch touchscreen that now includes a volume knob.

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No. 6 Honda Pilot

With 280 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque, the Lincoln, Alabama-built Pilot's 3.5-liter V6 moves the 4,319-pound SUV with respectable authority. 

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No. 7 Acura MDX

If you want to buy an American-made Acura MDX, you won't be able to get the Sport Hybrid model. Only the conventional 3.5-liter V6 models are made stateside -- in East Liberty, Ohio. 

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No. 7 Acura MDX

All MDX trims come standard with the AcuraWatch driver-assistive technologies, including forward collision warning, lane-keeping assist and adaptive cruise control. 

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No. 8 Ford Explorer

The Chicago, Illinois-built Explorer's base 3.5-liter V6 engine produces 290 horsepower and 255 pound-feet of torque. 

Also available is a twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V6, producing a healthy 365 horsepower and 350 pound-feet and an I4 turbo 2.3-liter unit, good for 280 horsepower and 310 pound-feet.

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No. 8 Ford Explorer

The Ford Explorer is available with seating for six or seven passengers. The second and third rows of seats fold flat to accommodate as much as 81.7 cubic feet of cargo.

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No. 9 Ford F-150

The F-150 is the best-selling truck in America. Built in Claycomo, Missouri and Dearborn, Michigan, this pickup received a new 3.0-liter diesel engine option for 2018.

The diesel powerplant adds $4,000 to the $41,015 starting price of the Lariat and above trims.

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No. 9 Ford F-150

The F-150 diesel is ideal for towing. 

Optional adaptive cruise control can apply brakes to both the truck and a trailer, keeping you at a set distance behind a lead vehicle.

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No. 10 Chevrolet Corvette

Pictured here is the Corvette Grand Sport, built in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Using the driveline of the standard Corvette Stingray, but borrowing the beefier body and chassis of the high-end Z06, it offers track-car handling without the Z06's insane amount of power.

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No. 10 Chevrolet Corvette

The Grand Sport relies on the standard Corvette Stingray engine: General Motors' 6.2-liter LT1 V8 putting out 460 horsepower and 465 pound-feet of torque. 

That's plenty of hustle for most sports car drivers.

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