Toyota Camry Tops Cars.com's American-Made Index for the Fourth Consecutive Year
TORRANCE, CALIFORNIA, (July 3, 2012) — The Toyota Camry mid-size sedan, America’s best-selling car for 10 years running and 14 of the past 15 years, claimed the top spot for the fourth consecutive year in the annual Cars.com American-Made Index.
The Cars.com American-Made Index is an annual ranking of vehicles deemed most American based on domestic parts content, final assembly point of vehicles and American sales volume. Camry is assembled at Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky (TMMK) in Georgetown, Ky., and at the SIA (Subaru of Indiana Automotive) plant in Lafayette, Indiana.
Additionally, Toyota placed more models in the Cars.com American-Made Index Top 10 than any other nameplate. The Sienna ranked fourth to lead all minivans and the Tundra full-size pickup ranked seventh. The Sienna is assembled at Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Indiana in Princeton and the Tundra is built at Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Texas (TMMTX) in San Antonio.
Contact: Rick Hesterberg
Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky, Inc.
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