"Made in America" doesn't mean the same thing it did during this country's manufacturing heyday, especially when it comes to automobiles. Luckily for those flag-waving car buyers who wish to express their nationalism by purchasing a vehicle built mostly by American workers, the American Automobile Labeling Act of 1992 requires automakers to list the percentage of United States and Canadian parts, the country of assembly and the origin of the engine and transmission for every model sold.
Click through to see the ten 2012 vehicles that are the most "made in America."
I like the idea of buying American, but some companies that originated in America don't necessarily make their products in America -- and some companies that started as imports have become more domesticated. Check out the article above to see what cars are made mostly in America.